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Tucson’s premier art collection. Seven centuries of art - one museum. Home to the spectacular, 26 surviving panels of the Altarpiece of Ciudad Rodrigo, acknowledged by scholars as the finest 15th century Castilian altarpiece outside of Spain...more
It's not a big museum (it will probably take one or two hours at most to see the whole museum), but their collections are pretty amazing for a museum of their size. Their permanent collection has a pretty impressive amount of Renaissance and medieval art....More
The galleries are not large compared to other major cities but we found this to be a very rewarding experience. We were fortunate to visit the museum when works were on display by graduates of the MFA program, which we found to be very interesting....More
This Museum displays a broad variety of work from different historic periods, including contemporary. What is so special is by contrasting differing styles of work, they have created the perfect learning setting. A unique, temporary exhibit is photographs of stars whose time it took for...More
Museum is small and does not take much time to see but is worth the trip. Interesting collection of art work ranging from some excellent old religious paintings from Italy to modern art on subjects such as illegal immigration and gender identity. We parked in...More
This is a two level museum. Don't let the first floor fool you. It has some modern stuff that is cool. The really impressive stuff is upstairs. It is one of the largest collections of Italian art that I have seen outside of Europe, Chicago...More
Part of museum was closed for renovation, so felt like I got less than what I paid for. There was one exhibit of famous people who died early in life. A book was available that told you interesting facts about each.