Museum of Contemporary Art
265 South Church Avenue
Tucson, AZ, 85701
MOCA Tucson resides on the ancestral lands of the Tohono O’odham people.
Hours of Operation:
Thursday – Saturday: 11am-6pm
Adults $7, Students and Seniors $4, Youth Free
For the safety of our community MOCA Tucson has continued enhanced cleaning of high touch surfaces. Masks are required in the gallery and at events. Capacity is limited to allow for appropriate social distancing. View our complete COVID-19 protocols here.
Bicycles: MOCA is proud to be a League of American Bicyclists recognized Bronze Seal Bicycle Friendly Business! We are conveniently located half a mile from the Santa Cruz River Path, the El Paso + Southwestern Greenway and right off the Cushing bike route providing safe paths to the Museum with bicycle racks out front.
Parking: Metered parking (accepts both cash and card) is available in front of the Museum on McCormick St., and east of the Museum on Stone Ave. Paid parking is available in the Convention Center lot across Church Ave. and in the La Placita parking garage on Church Ave near Broadway Blvd. Free two-hour parking is available in the Barrio Viejo where Church Ave. becomes Convent Ave. across Cushing St.
Accessibility Information: Designated accessible parking (with access to a ramp) is available on the south side of McCormick St in front of MOCA. Additional parking is available in the police station lot adjacent to MOCA to the east. MOCA has an accessible restroom in the lobby and all exhibition & lecture spaces are ADA compliant. MOCA is committed to providing access to the arts for everyone; any additional accommodations can be made by calling MOCA’s front desk at 520.624.5019 or emailing Aja Haymore at email@example.com.
Where to Stay: Unique among downtown Tucson hotels, The Downtown Clifton Hotel offers stylish accommodations and personalized service in historic Armory Park just a few minutes walk from MOCA. The original hotel (now known as “The Bunkhouse”) was built in 1948 along Stone Avenue, formerly US route 80. In 2014, the vintage hotel was purchased from its original owners and lovingly restored as The Downtown Clifton. In 2019, the Downtown Clifton built an additional 22-rooms for a stylish Sonoran Modern expansion (“The Senorita”) that speaks to the original vintage feel of the hotel. On the grounds of the hotel you’ll find The Red Light Lounge, featuring local and regional beers, wines, classic and craft cocktails and contemporary Tucson cuisine. Visitors staying at the Downtown Clifton receive 2 for 1 admission at MOCA, as well as 10% off any purchase in the MOCA Shop.