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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Tour of the Fort Lowell Museum
I very much enjoyed the trip to Fort Lowell Museum. It is small but filled with educational information about the Fort as a depot for the surrounding areas.
Part of Tucson's History
Does a good job of explaining Tucson's role during the Apache Wars near the end of the 1800's. It is small but does a nice job of telling about soldering life during this period. There are a number...
Small & Interesting”
The inside museum is pretty interesting and well maintained. We did not have a guide or a docent which I would have enjoyed but displays were very well done. It is worth stopping by. To think this...