The Western Spirit offers a variety of guided docent-led tours, special museum events, workshops and educational programs that tell the stories of the Lewis and Clark expedition, cowboys, outlaws, lawmen and other characters of the American West.
Western Spirit: Scottsdale's Museum of the West is located at 3830 N. Marshall Way and 1st Street, one block south of Main Street and is open Tuesday through Sunday, year-round. Parking is conveniently located in the City of Scottsdale's parking garage located in the alley between Goldwater Boulevard and Marshall Way just north of the museum building, and can be accessed via either thoroughfare.
Scottsdale's Museum of the West provides an exclusive venue for a variety of private and corporate events, including weddings, receptions, and other celebrations, as well as business meetings, presentations, and performance. Groups that hire the museum's facilities for private will also enjoy access to the building's galleries for the duration of the event to admire the beauty and history of the American West. Event spaces in the Museum can accommodate groups of 25 to 500 and range from the Scottsdale Charros Gateway Lobby and the Virginia G. Piper Theater/Auditorium to the Christine and Ted Mollring Sculpture Courtyard, the Heritage Hall, the Outdoor Ramadas and Terraces, and the Ridenour Learning Center and Conference Room.
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3830 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale, Arizona 85251, website, Phone: 480-686-9539
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