Tucson welcomes the Gem and Mineral shows!! 

Museum is now open Tuesday-Saturday, 10am to 4pm.

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Welcome

The University of Arizona Alfie Norville Gem & Mineral Museum is dedicated to providing public education, and the preservation of minerals and meteorites while also serving the research needs of professionals, students, and collectors. The collection is worldwide in scope, but with specific emphasis on minerals from Arizona and Mexico.

The Alfie Museum

NEW EVENT ALERT

The Alfie Museum is hosting a FREE all-day event on February 4th to inspire and connect with our friends in the gem and mineral communities!

Spend the day listening to expert guest speaker presentations, networking with industry professionals, and enjoying the newest exhibit installations in our galleries.

Seating is limited

Reserve your seat for the guest speaker series!

Explore some of our collection!

The only way our museum collection grows is through donations and loans; We are thankful for those who support our museum.  Below are some highlights of what is currently on display:

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Gold

Location: Eagle's Nest Mine, Placer County, California, U.S.A.
Donated by: Hubert Charles de Monmonier 

Calcite with oriented pyrite

Location: Chenzhou, Hunan Province, China

Loaned by: Dr. Robert Lavinsky

Diopside Mineral from UAGMM Collection

Diopside

Location: Merelani Mine, Arusha Hills, Tanzania

Donated by: Ann and Ed David