The first and only museum dedicated to telling the Arab American story.
30 May, 23Upcoming
The Eros Project: becoming-Fluid Workshops w/ Meryl Murman17 Jun, 23Upcoming
Al-Hadiqa: AANM Heritage Garden Opening Celebration01 Jul, 23Upcoming
Eid Al-Adha Family Party07 Jul, 23Upcoming
SURA Arts Academy Summer Camp – Registration13 Jul, 23Upcoming
Iteru: Fluid Presence – Collective Drawing & Movement Workshops19 Jul, 23Upcoming
Concert of Colors Forum on Community, Culture & Race – Air, Water, Land: Artists & Climate Change28 Oct, 23Upcoming
The Grand Gala 2023
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Docents play a key role in passionately and accurately sharing information about Arab Americans, making sure all visitors walk away with a greater awareness about AANM and who Arab Americans are.Learn More
What our visitors say about their experience...
The first floor remains true to the old museum style, while the second floor utilizes a concept that breaks away from the traditional planning and design of exhibits by curators… This is especially useful in communicating the value of culture…and telling that narrative in a vibrant manner while still preserving artifacts in time.Dereck C.
I have been to many museums, but this one is by far my favorite. They do an excellent job of incorporating traditional exhibition techniques with modern technological advances.Kaity H.
What a fantastic museum! So much to learn about the important role that Arab Americans have played in the United States and how much they continue to enrich and contribute to our diverse society. We will be back!Kate D.
Beautiful building with welcoming and passionate staff. Educates the public about Arab American immigrants to the U.S: who are they, where they come from and how they got here. I recommend all my friends to visit this unique place that has a collection of historical documents, antiques and personal stories of success.Hicham F.