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Why not stop by the Arizona Museum of Natural History or i.d.e.a. Museum?

Posted 11/27/20

Have you seen the Acrocanthosaurus dinosaur busting out of the AZ Museum of Natural History?

It is at 53 N. Macdonald, close to the i.d.e.a. Museum, 150 W. Pepper Place.

Both museums are open …

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Why not stop by the Arizona Museum of Natural History or i.d.e.a. Museum?

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Have you seen the Acrocanthosaurus dinosaur busting out of the Arizona Museum of Natural History in downtown Mesa?

It is at 53 N. Macdonald, close to the i.d.e.a. Museum, 150 W. Pepper Place.

Both museums are open with reduced capacity and timed tickets.

Purchase timed tickets for your family online for a contactless experience.

Go to arizonamuseumofnaturalhistory.org and ideamuseum.org.

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