Phoenix Lights exhibit brings mysterious night back to life

It's been 20 years since the Phoenix Lights mystery and to this day, people still can't agree on what they were.

TEMPE, Ariz. - The Arizona Heritage Center at Papago Park is bringing the Phoenix Lights back to life through a new exhibit.

The Phoenix Lights exhibit features newspaper clippings, witness letters, photographs, illustrations, a video with 911 recordings and a detailed map with the route and series of events from March 13, 1997.

Hovering above you as you walk through the exhibit is a boomerang-shaped object with lights closely resembling what witnesses encountered.

The museum is located at 1300 N. College Avenue in Tempe.

Doors open at 10 a.m Monday through Saturday, and it is closed on Sundays.

Admission:

Adults $10

Seniors 65+ $8.00

Ages 7 - 17  $6.00

Children 6 and under – Free

AHS members, Military and Veterans – Free

For more information, visit the Arizona Historical Society's website.

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