Museums and Galleries 

Chandler culture is enhanced by its museums, public and private art galleries, and its many exhibits of publicly funded works of art.

Chandler Museum at the McCullough-Price House

300 S. Chandler Village Dr.

The McCullough-Price House is TEMPORARILY CLOSED. The historic 3,300-square-foot house is being renovated while a new 10,000-square-foot museum is being built on the same property, just north of the house. The anticipated opening of both buildings is late 2018. There are continuous Chandler Museum special events, programs and presentations taking place throughout the community. For programs or more information on the project, visit


The Gallery at the Center for the Arts

250 N. Arizona Ave.

This outstanding performing arts facility also features visual arts in its Exhibition Hall and numerous works throughout the lobby and hallways. These exhibits cultivate community interest in the arts and help the center serve as an inclusive cultural institution. Hours are Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturdays from noon to 5 p.m.


Vision Gallery

10 East Chicago Street, First Floor

This non-profit art gallery serves as a cultural center in the heart of our community, Historic Downtown Chandler. It is managed by the Chandler Cultural Foundation. The gallery represents more than 200 national, state and local artists, and the exhibits are rotated every six to eight weeks. All artworks are for sale.


Vision Kidz Art Program

Vision Gallery, 10 East Chicago Street, First Floor

The popular Kidz Art Programs at the Vision Gallery in Historic Downtown Chandler are one-day art workshops in all mediums, designed to expose children to the visual arts. All workshops are taught by professional artists and are free to the participants. Class size is limited and they fill up quickly. Call for details.


Zelma Basha Salmeri Gallery of Western American and Native American Art

22402 S. Basha Road

This private collection features more than 600 pieces of art depicting numerous mediums, including oil paintings, watercolors, acrylics, pastel and charcoal drawings, pen & inks, bronze, wood and natural stone sculptures, wood-turned bowls, basketry, pottery, kachinas and jewelry. It is located at the corporate headquarters of Bashas' Grocery Stores in south Chandler.


Chandler culture is enhanced by its museums, public and private art galleries, and its many exhibits of publicly funded works of art.


Arizona Railway Museum

330 E. Ryan Road in the southwest corner of Tumbleweed Park
1/2-mile S. of Germann Rd., 1/2-mile W. of McQueen Rd.

This is a community effort toward the acquisition, restoration, preservation and display of railway equipment, artifacts and mementos related to Arizona railways of the past and present. Hours are noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday (closed June-Aug.). Call for tour info.