Timed General Admission

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Thursday April 8

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2:00 PM  –  2:30 PM


Visitors must purchase tickets and reserve their visit time in advance online. Pre-booking tickets allows the museum to limit and spread out the number of visitors in the building at any time. In this phase, up to 10 people are permitted to enter the museum each half hour. Tickets are available in two-week increments.

The museum is open from 10 am to 4 pm Thursday through Saturday and 11 am to 4 pm on Sunday, with the last booking time at 2:30 pm. 

General admission tickets are $12, with no discounts or refunds. Children ages 9 and under are free, but also must reserve a ticket and be counted as part of the 10 person limit. Northern Arizona University students may obtain 1 free ticket and present a valid NAU Student ID upon entry to the Museum. 

MNA Members are required to reserve a visit time online, but do not need to pay anything additional for their ticket. Members are limited to 2 Adult Member tickets per membership and direct family under the age of 18 are free, but still require an online ticket. To become a member today and save on your admission fees please click here. All members must present their Membership ID or valid ID upon entry. At this time, we are unable to participate in the North American Reciprocal Program (NARM), and cannot provide free access to NARM members.

Guest passes are temporarily NOT accepted. 

The museum has made changes to enhance the safety of visitors, following recommendations for the Centers for Disease Control. Our reopening plan has been approved by the Coconino County Health and Human Services Department.

  • All museum visitors will be required to wear a mask while inside the exhibits building and are encouraged to bring their own mask. Visitors who don't bring a mask will be able to purchase one at the front desk. All museum staff will be wearing masks as well.
  • Visitors are also encouraged to bring their own water bottles, since the museum drinking fountains are shut down, following the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control.
  • Visitors will be offered individual styluses to use when interacting with touch screens or pushing buttons that are part of the museum displays. Individual activity packets are available for children, replacing the activity tables.
  • Hand-sanitzer stations have been placed at strategic locations, including in the lobby and by the kids Discovery Area. 
  • A one-way route has been identified to keep people moving through the museum with appropriate spacing between groups.  

If you have any questions about our timed tickets please contact us at info@musnaz.org or at (928) 774-5213.