• Arizona Capitol Museum Arizona Capitol Museum


  • Interest area icon
  • Interest area icon
  • Interest area icon
  • Interest area icon

Volunteer with us!  We have

Subscribe Get an RSS feed of these Opportunities
Please wait . . .

Mission Statement

Connecting people to Arizona government, past and present.


The Arizona Capitol Museum is housed in the 1899 Territorial Capitol, and is the oldest portion of the current State Capitol complex. Four floors of exhibits tell of Arizona's path to statehood, and the how its government has evolved over the decades. Featured artifacts and exhibits include the flag carried by Teddy Roosevelt's "Rough Riders" in the Spanish-American War, the silver service from the USS Arizona, and recreated early 20th Century government offices. Admission and parking are free, museum & store open M-F 9-4, and Sat 10-2 (Sept-May).




Social Media


Average Review 1 reviews

Would you recommend Arizona Capitol Museum?

by Les R. from Phoenix, AZ (December 27, 2008)
I've been a tour guide for almost a year and have enjoyed my association with the other staff greatly they are a very caring group of people. I also enjoy sharing facts about Arizona with old and young people from near and far.
Engage your employees, consumers, or students! VolunteerMatch provides the tools that make community involvement easy.