Things to Know

The Tucson Museum of Art welcomes all visitors to its beautiful downtown campus in the historic El Presidio neighborhood. Whether you are making a visit to the Museum a day trip or as part of your whole vacation plans, the Tucson Museum of Art has some great resources to make your visit the best it can be.

Policies
To help all visitors enjoy the museum experience and protect the artwork on view there are a few policies.

Food and drinks
Food and drinks (including water bottles) are not permitted in the gallery spaces. Water fountains and restrooms are available in many of the galleries.

Large bags and strollers
To protect the artwork, large bags (including backpacks and large purses) and large strollers are not permitted in the galleries. There are lockers and small strollers available for visitors. Please inquire at the information desk.

Photography
Due to copyright laws, photography in the galleries and historic buildings is strictly prohibited. Images for education and promotional purposes can be obtained by emailing Media@TucsonMuseumofArt.org.

Public Transportation
Sun Tran is the local bus company operating city buses around Tucson. There is a Sun Tran bus stop by the east entry of the Museum on Alameda Street. Routes 3, 81, 82, 83, 103 stop there. For more information on Sun Tran buses including operating hours and schedules as well as the most up-to-date information for the public bus system, please visit their website at www.suntran.com

Downtown Resources
The Museum is located in the historic El Presidio neighborhood of downtown Tucson. To learn more about downtown including other points of interest, the Presidio Trail Historic Walking Tour, and nearby restaurants, please visit the Downtown Tucson Partnership website at www.downtowntucson.org.

Area Attractions
Tucson is blessed with a great variety of arts, heritage, nature and cultural organizations. As a proud member of the Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance, the Museum is part of the discount offering in the Tucson Attractions Passport with more than 40 other area attractions. To learn more about what to see and do while in Tucson and to buy your Attractions Passport, please visit www.tucsonattractions.com.