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Admission Rates

General admission: $7

Members: FREE

Students: FREE

Culture Pass Holders: FREE plus one guest

Donations accepted on Saturdays.

The Jewish History Museum participates in Pima County Library’s Culture Pass program. CLICK HERE to learn more about how you can obtain free admission to the Jewish History Museum and other participating institutions through the Pima County Library system.

2019-2020 Holiday Closures

7.4.19 Independence Day

9.2.19 Labor Day

9.30.19 Rosh Hashana

10.1.10 Rosh Hashana

10.8.19 Yom Kippur Eve (closes at 3:30)

10.9.20 Yom Kippur

10.14.19 Sukkot

10.15.19 Sukkot

10.21.19 Shemini Atzeret

10.22.19 Simchat Torah

11.27.19 Thanksgiving Eve (closes at 3:30)

11.28.19 Thanksgiving Day

12.24.19 Christmas Eve (closes at 3:30)

12.25.19 Christmas Day

1.1.20 New Year’s Day

1.21.20 Martin Luther King Jr. Day

4.8.20 Eve of Passover (closes at 3:30)

4.9.20 Passover

4.15.20 Passover

4.16.20 Passover

5.26.20 Memorial Day

7.3.20 Independence Day

Museum Tips and Guidelines

Free on-street parking is available on Stone Ave.

Smoking, eating and drinking are not permitted inside the museum.

Restaurant facilities are available within walking distance. Gallery chat attendees may receive a punch card for buy one-get one free lunch at our neighboring restaurants, Cafe Desta and Five Points Restaurant and Market.

We recommend museum visitors do not bring large bags, backpacks, briefcases, or packages.

All hand-carried items are subject to inspection.

Firearms, including without limitation: handguns, shotguns and rifles

(whether concealed or openly carried) are prohibited on the museum premises.

Hours and Location

Drop-in Visitor Hours (September - May):

Friday 12 - 3 pm, Saturday and Sunday 1-5pm

Office Hours (appointment only):

Monday - Friday 12-5pm

The museum is located at:

564 S. Stone Ave

Tucson, Arizona

85701

Our mailing address is:

PO Box 889

Tucson, Arizona

85702

The Jewish History Museum resides on the traditional land of the Tohono O'odham people.