Fort Lowell Museum
Located in: Central Tucson District
Phone: (520) 885-3832
Fort Lowell Museum tells the historic story of Fort Lowell during the Apache Wars. Housed in a accurate replica of the Commanding Officers quarters, circa 1885. The building hold permanent and changing exhibits featuring military artifacts. Museum Hours: Thurs.-Sat. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free admission, donations are welcome.
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Good Insight Into The Life Late 1800s
Being from back East we've visited many Forts similar to this from the Revolutionary War to the Civil War. This was our first from this period. It was interesting about Walter Reed being stationed...
An unexpected pleasure
Just happened to step in by chance and was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the exhibits. It is much,anger than what it seems from the outside and is definitely worth a visit.
Great historical experience.
Small but professionally managed by the Arizona Historical Society. It explains life on this late 1800's fort, now in a large park. Many of the ruins still exist. The knowledgeable docents encourage...