A man cave decorated with old books and other items by an Arizona woman was part of a new exhibit at the Arizona Museum of Natural History.
The museum opened the exhibition Wednesday, and featured more than 100 old books, photos and other objects from the Tucson area.
The exhibit was titled “The New Art of Man Cave Dining,” and featured photos and drawings of man caves from across the United States.
The exhibit was part to the Arizona State Library’s Man Cave Diaries series.
The museum was established in 1887.
Its mission is to foster the art of human appreciation and appreciation of art, architecture, crafts and craftsmen and to teach the history of the American arts through the collection of artifacts, writings, artifacts and cultural items that have been preserved, donated or acquired by Arizona State Libraries and other institutions.