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.
- #47 of 274 things to do in Tucson
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My husband and I enjoyed our recent visit. A positive and informative docent offered us a tour throughout the museum and then we were able to revisit spots of interest. The displays regarding the...
Interesting exhibits, especially if you already have a little knowledge of AZ’s past. Having checked out John Slaughter at his ranch and in Tombstone, I found the Slaughter display especially...
Learn some history!
A great museum. Nicely laid out with many original articles from the past. I enjoyed learning about the sheriff and Geronimo The gift shop had some unique items.
- 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