The George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center is a historical preservation site that is dedicated to the Collection, Documentation, Preservation, Study, and Dissemination of the History and Culture of Africans and Americans of African Descent in Arizona.
Affectionally known as The Carver Museum, we carry out its mission through exhibitions, archives/collections and a variety of community educational programs designed to explore the roles of African derived Americans in shaping the history of Phoenix and the state of Arizona.
We are located in the Historic Warehouse District in Downtown Phoenix, Arizona.
Hours of Operation
Every Thursday, Friday & Saturday 10am – 4pm
The Carver Museum is a privately managed institution that depends primarily on the support of its visitors, donors and partners to remain open and free to the public. Though there is no charge for admission, your donation will play a key role in ensuring we remain open and with free admission for all our visitors.
CELEBRATING 92 YEARS OF SERVING AND PRESERVING THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY AND EXPERIENCE
(Left: Opened Sept 15, 1926. Right: Taken Sept 15, 2018)