For current museum hours, fees, and directions see "campus visitor's guide" in the external links.
- Much of the main campus has been designated an arboretum. Plants from around
the world are labeled along a self-guided plant walk. The Krutch Cactus Garden includes the tallest Boojum tree in the state of Arizona . (The university also manages
Boyce Thompson Arboretum State
Park, located c. 85 miles north of the main campus.)
- Two herbaria are located on the University campus and both are referred to as "ARIZ" in the Index Herbariorum
- The University of Arizona Herbarium - contains roughly 400,000 specimens of plants.
- The Robert L. Gilbertson Mycological Herbarium - contains more than 40,000 specimens of fungi.
- The Arizona State Museum is the oldest anthropology museum in the
- The Center for Creative Photography features rotating exhibits. The permanent collection includes over 70,000 photos.
- The Arizona Historical Society is located one block west of campus.
- Flandrau Science Center has exhibits, a planetarium, and a public-access