Closed due to COVID-19. Our Virtual Office Hours: Thurs-Sat 10 AM -4PM

Virtual Office Hours


10:00 am–4.00 pm

Closed Sunday - Wednesday


415 E. Grant St. Phoenix, AZ

We are closed due to COVID-19


We are currently not hosting tours due to COVID-19. Please enjoy our FREE virtual exhibits

Honoring African American Heritage, Arts and Culture

Celebrating Over 90 Years of Service!

Once known as the Phoenix Union Colored High School, this segregated school opened in 1926. Today, 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. 

Affectionaly 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. 

Explore The Carver Museum:


Walk Through Our Halls and Learn Our Stories


We may be closed, but our history is open. Visit our virtual exhibits!


We appreciate the support of our community. Please help us advance our mission.

About Us

We are committed to protecting the mission of The Carver Museum. Get to know us here.

Our Partners & Sponsors

“Carver Museum wishes to thank Arizona Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities for a $10,000 grant whose purpose was to assist Carver Museum with ongoing expenses during its closure occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic.”
The Dunbar Pavilion is increasing awareness and understanding of the historic and cultural impact of people of African Descent in Tucson Arizona.

Stories From Our Community


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