Witness the creative spirit of people from around the world through music. MIM’s galleries showcase instruments from every country, and students can see and hear musical traditions through video recordings built into every display. Choose from seven tour options, each of which align with Arizona’s early learning and K-12 academic standards.

Every MIM field trip includes:

An orientation video

A museum tour

Free-choice learning

Music making in a hands-on gallery

Downloadable educator resources to extend and deepen learning after the field trip

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Field Trip Options

Thank You to Our Sponsors

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Arizona Cardinals Charities
Arizona Commission on the Arts
Arizona Knowledge Empowerment and Advocacy Group
Arizona Private Charitable Foundation
Molly Blank Fund of the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation
Miriam S. and Louis E. Brodian Education Fund
Arizona Buuck Family Fund
The Charro Foundation
Donald W. Collier Charitable Trust II
Desert Financial Credit Union
George & Michelle Yules Fischler

Ganassi Foundation
Jane & John Guild
Diane & Bruce Halle Foundation
Hearst Foundations
Jim & Kathy Henderson
Bill & Cathy Hurtle (Campbell Foundation)
Instrumental Horizons
Jessco Electric, LLC
Susan Shanbrom-Krabbe & Moe Krabbe
John F. Long Foundation
Madelon Gail Lucky
The Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation
Robin & John Martellini
Martin Guitar Charitable Foundation
The Moca Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts

Otto & Edna Neely Foundation
Leo & Hermine Philippe
Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture
PNC Bank
Rusty & Mary Jane Poepl Foundation
The Revada Foundation of the Logan Family
Dr. Scholl Foundation
Scottsdale Arts
Theodore R. Stephan
Merle & Michael Tarnow
Hao and Michelle Wang Foundation
Jolene and Harv Weisblat Philanthropic Fund of the Southwest Community Foundation

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