Most non quilt specific museums own quilts so be sure to check the Websites for exhibits that include quilts. Usually museums also welcome small groups who would like to make an appointment to see quilts not currently exhibited.
Arizona Quilt Study Group
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International Quilt Study Center & Museum
This Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska houses a collection of quilts, related textiles and documents.
Click HERE to sign up for their monthly email highlighting one quilt from the collection. It's a great way to learn about quilts.
The Arizona Historical Society has several museums across the state. Check their Website via the link above to learn more about the following museums:
- Arizona History Museum, 949 E. 2nd Street, Tucson is the home of the Arizona Centennial Quilt, the Arizona Goldie quilts and others.
- Arizona Heritage Center at Papago Park, 1300 North College Ave, Tempe.
- Pioneer Museum, 2340 North Fort Valley Road, Flagstaff.
- Sanguinetti House Museum and Gardens, 240 S. Madison Ave, Yuma.
There are over 70 small, local museums in Arizona that are certified by the Arizona Historical Society. Click HERE to download the PDF with museum names and locations.
Quilt Museums in the West
Texas Quilt Museum, La Grange, TX
San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles, San Jose, CA
La Conner Quilt and Textile Museum, La Conner, WA
Latimer Quilt and Textile Center, Tillamook, OR
Quilters Hall of Fame, Marion, IN
Quilt History has a listing of museums.
For more quilt museums to visit in your travels, simply Google "Quilt Museums."