Frost Science museums are a rare gem of Arizona’s natural world.
The museum is open every day and is located in the Frost Nature Reserve.
The main building of the Frost Museum is named for the frost-loving species of plants that grow on the frozen plains.
The Frost Science museum is also known as the “natural science museum” and is open from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., 7 days a week.
It is a place for visitors to see how life on Earth came to be.
For a quick tour of the museum, check out the gallery above.
If you would like to see more Arizona Natural History museums, check the Arizona Museum of Natural History website.