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Mesa Arts Center

  • 1 E. Main St. P.O. Box 1466 Mesa, AZ 85211-1466
    • Phone: (480) 644-6511
    • Fax: (480) 644-6585
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Downtown Mesa's seven-acre Mesa Arts Center campus and three award-winning museums offer a variety of venues sure to fit your vision and budget, whether it is a seminar in one of four state-of-the-art theaters, a business breakfast at Mesa Contemporary Arts or a unique post-meeting reception at the Arizona Museum of Natural History. Our professional staff is happy to assist you with every facet of your event. Close proximity of your event space to downtown amenities such as hotels and restaurants as well as easy access to nearby Tempe, Phoenix and Scottsdale make your event planning a snap.

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  • Hours of Operation: The Mesa Arts Center Box Office is open M-F10A-7P, SAT10A-5P, SUN12P-4P.
  • Locally Owned:
  • Light Rail Walking Distance (within 1.0 Mile):
  • Miles to Downtown Phoenix: 19
  • Miles to Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport: 12
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  • AAA Rating: Not Rated by AAA
  • Forbes Star Rating: Not Rated by Forbes
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Meeting Rooms
Meeting Space
  • Reception Capacity 450
  • ADA Compliant Rooms 0
  • Audiovisual true
  • Max Banquet Capacity, Indoor+Outdoor 475
  • Outdoor Banquet Capacity 150
  • Miles to Phoenix Convention Center 19
  • Non-Smoking Rooms 0
  • Max Reception Capacity, Indoor+Outdoor 850
  • Outdoor Reception Capacity 400
  • Stage true
  • Total Sq. Ft. Meeting Space, Indoor+Outdoor 0
  • Banquet Capacity 275
Mesa Contemporary Arts
  • Classroom Capacity: 2
  • Reception Capacity: 1
Mesa Arts Center
  • Theater Capacity: 4
  • Classroom Capacity: 5
  • Reception Capacity: 2
Arizona Museum for Youth
  • Classroom Capacity: 2
  • Reception Capacity: 1
Arizona Museum of Natural History
  • Classroom Capacity: 2
  • Reception Capacity: 2
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