Fort Lowell Museum
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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Tiny but with big history
This museum is very small but what they have inside is interesting and nicely displayed. It is packed with historical information. There is no charge but you can leave donations which we did. Dogs...
Fort Lowell - Fit in This Little Piece of Tuscon History
It's hard to imagine Fort Lowell was originally out quite a ways from Tuscon when it was built as now it is surrounded by the city. A few walls of the original fort remain and the museum has a...
Neat little museum
Just like the Arizona Historical Society's downtown branch is solely focused on downtown, this little museum is focused solely on Fort Lowell to include an in depth look at soldier life and also...