Open 10 am-5 pm daily, except Tuesday
Last admission at 4:00 pm
Tuesdays until March
Occasionally for snow – watch this space and Facebook
New Year’s Day
Dec. 24 and 25 for Christmas
A Note on Winter Traffic: The museum is on the road that leads to the Arizona Snowbowl ski area, so traffic can become busy in the winter at specific times. This doesn’t affect coming to the museum, because the morning ski traffic is gone before the Museum opens. However, on winter weekends and holidays you may want to plan your museum visit so you can leave by 3 pm, which will be before the rush of traffic leaving the ski area.
Due to the spread of Covid-19, we strongly recommend everyone wear masks in the Museum. Un-vaccinated visitors must wear a mask. We appreciated everyone’s responsible and respectful cooperation with this revised policy. We will continue our increased safety and cleaning measures throughout the building.
General Admission – $15
Native American (Ages 10 & up with Tribal ID or CIB) – $10
Youth (Ages 10-17 years) – $10
Children 9 and under – Free
- Online tickets are available in two-week increments.
- Tickets purchased must be redeemed no later than 4pm on the day of visit.
- Online ticket purchases are final, with no discounts or refunds.
- To reschedule ticket time, email email@example.com or call 928-774-5213.
- Tickets are also available onsite until one hour before closing.
Bring the kids!
Visiting MNA is an easy and enriching family outing. To make it even better, read our Family Guide with tips on bringing young kids to the Museum.
MNA follows the U.S. Department of Justice’s ADA requirements for service dogs. The dog must be trained to provide assistance to a person with a disability.
Emotional support animals are not permitted in the Museum.
MNA’s 200 acre museum campus includes the Museum exhibit building, office space, research lab space, and collection storage for more than five million Native American artifacts, natural science specimens, and fine art pieces.
3101 N. Fort Valley Road
Flagstaff, AZ, 86001
Located two miles from downtown Flagstaff along scenic Highway 180 to Grand Canyon National Park. Public transportation available.
By Bus Located at stops 13 and 20 along Route 5 of the Mountain Line Bus Transit system
By Foot & Bike Walk or ride along the Flagstaff Urban Trail System.