Arizona History Museum
Located in: University of Arizona District
The Arizona History Museum focuses on Southern Arizona history from Spanish Colonial through Territorial eras. Exhibits include a replica mine, a hands-on 1870s Tucson exhibit, a transportation gallery and more.
Adults $10 Ages 65+ $8 Adult student $5 Ages 7-17 $4 Ages 6 and younger free with family. AHS Members and veterans are free.
There is no admission fee for the Research Library, which is open Tuesday-Friday from 9am-4pm.
- #53 of 307 things to do in Tucson
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Great Museum and Research Library
This is one of several Arizona Historical Society Museums in the state. This one focuses on southern Arizona’s mining, transportation, ranching and other topics. The recreated mine and mill are...
A mixed bag
Some of the information is very interesting and shows appropriate depth. The hands-on displays for kids would benefit from more depth and more thought provoking questions. Over all, although there...
Interesting little museum
Nicely laid out small historical museum. Has some very historical pieces (Geronimo's rifle, Santa Anna's uniform, etc.). Nice way to spend a few hours in Tucson.
- Free Wi-Fi
- Wheelchair Accessible
- On-site Parking
- Children Welcomed
- Free Parking
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- Meeting Rooms/Space
- Total Meeting Space 3168
- Banquet Capacity 200