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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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...
We enjoyed our time looking through the Fort Lowell Museum and one additional building. This mall museum is packed with historical information of the life of the soldiers and the families the lived...