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Visitors looking for museums, theaters and art galleries in Phoenix, Arizona, can pick up an Arts+Culture brochure at the Greater Phoenix CVB visitors center downtown (address: 50 N. Second Street) and at Biltmore Fashion Park (address: 2404 E. Camelback Road). Concierge desks in Phoenix resorts and hotels also stock the brochure.

Phoenix map

The Arts+Culture brochure features nearly 100 descriptions of venues for art, music, history, dance, science and theater in Greater Phoenix. A large foldout map shows the location of each arts and cultural attraction.

Besides descriptions of cultural events and performances, like First Fridays art walks, Ballet Arizona and the historic Orpheum Theatre, the Arts+Culture brochure uses color photos to illustrate their atmosphere.

Phoenix theaters

Phoenix museums in the Arts+Culture brochure include Glendale's Bead Museum, the Heard Museum in downtown Phoenix and the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art.

Among the Phoenix performance venues are the refurbished Herberger Theater Center, the multifaceted Mesa Arts Center and the elegant Scottsdale Center for Performing Arts. More unusual cultural attractions are also listed: the Arizona Doll and Toy Museum, the Adobe Mountain Railroad Museum and Digital Arts Ranch.

ShowUp NOW pass

The Arts+Culture brochure highlights ShowUp.com, a website that lists shows, concerts, festivals and exhibits in Phoenix. For one low price, the all-inclusive ShowUp NOW pass allows arts and culture-lovers to see up to 13 museums and attractions in Greater Phoenix. Visitors can buy the nine-day passes online and print out tickets from their homes.

The following Greater Phoenix arts and culture venues are available through the ShowUP NOW program: Arizona Museum for Youth, Arizona Museum of Natural History, Bead Museum, Deer Valley Rock Art Center, Frank Lloyd Wright Taliesin West Panorama Tour, Heard Museum, Mesa Contemporary Arts, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix Museum of History, Phoenix Zoo, Pueblo Grande Museum, Rosson House and Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art.