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The Arizona Hall of Fame Museum honors persons who have made significant contributions to the State of Arizona. The museum features changing exhibits that focus on the famous, the not yet famous and the perhaps infamous of Arizona. Among the highlights are exhibits on Arizona Territorial medicine and "My Name is Arizona".

Guests must allow themselves a 30 minutes minimum to get through the exhibits. The Museum is open by reservation only. Please call 602 542-4581 for more information. Admission is free.

Public parking is provided on Washington and Jefferson Streets to the North. Parking for handicapped visitors is available on site. Bus loading and unloading is also available.

Location: 1101 West Washington, Phoenix Arizona 85007 Telephone 602-255-2110

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