Arizona History Museum
The Arizona History Museum is located near the center of the Tucson Metro area. The museum houses the stories and artifacts of Arizona personalities such as Geronimo and Wyatt Earp, as well as Emperor and Empress Maximilian and Carlota of Mexico. Family-oriented exhibits include a mining tunnel and a hands-on re-creation of 1870s’ Tucson. The museum hosts special lectures and annual events. Home to the Arizona Historical Society library, archives, and artifact collections, it is a destination for researchers of Arizona History.
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The Research Library is open Tuesday-Friday from 10am-4pm.
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Oldest and largest anthropological research museum in the Southwest
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Great way to spend 2 hours
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Gem of a museum. Focus on pioneer family life. And Geronimo's rifle!
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- Wheelchair Accessible
- On-site Parking
- Children Welcomed
- Free Parking
- Meeting Rooms/Space
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- Number of Meeting Rooms 6
- Total Meeting Space 8449
- Largest Meeting Room 2592
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- Banquet Capacity: 185
- Reception Capacity: 250
- Theatre Capacity: 200
- Classroom Capacity: 80