UPDATE 6/22/20

It seems there is a new change every month that offers a new challenge, a new way of doing things. Maricopa County has laid out the requirement that all persons need to be wearing a mask when inside a public place.
With this new policy the County hopes to limit the number of new cases, for more information please visit Meanwhile, we would like to update you on the steps we are taking to keep our visitors safe and healthy.

>We require all visitors to wear a mask when inside the Museum.

>We ask if you are feeling ill to not come into the Museum.

>We are limiting the number of visitors within the Museum at one time to ensure 6′ physical distancing is met.

>We have hand sanitizers throughout the Museum for your convenience.

>We clean regularly, wiping down all public areas with Clorox.

>All staff self checks for symptoms and wear masks in public areas.

For those not comfortable coming into the Museum at this time, we have other opportunities online:

Online Art Sale and Exhibition:Can can view and purchase “Cowgirl Up!” art from the comfort of your home computer. 

Virtual Tour: The virtual is now on the website under “Cowgirl Up!” artists. You can view the virtual gallery here:

Online Museum Store: We have “Cowgirl Up!” merchandise to our online store and are adding new products as well.

Education Resources: We have online activities and lessons that were created by our education team. This is a fun way for families to stay connected to the Museum. We also have on-going history lessons from Adjunct Curator of History Dr. Eduardo Pagan located on the Education page.

Membership: Renew your membership online. 

We want to stay connected to you throughout these unpredictable times. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out to our team at 928-684-2272.