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.
- #55 of 320 things to do in Tucson
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Wonderful pioneer museum
Delightful museum. Helpful friendly staff. Good size and doesn’t wear you out. Loved the exhibit with ox cart to autos...definitely worth visiting !
Wonderful small museum
This museum is chock-a-block with artifacts from the state's, and especially Tucson's, past. It's well laid out and flows logically from room to room. We especially enjoyed the Geranimo exhibit...
A Great History Lesson
Spent about two hours learning about Tucson and the growth of the city starting from the colonial times. Lots of displays of various modes of transportation takes you through the transition of this...
- 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