The Southern Arizona Transportation Museum
Congress St. District
Steam locomotive, outdoor/indoor exhibits exploring the impact of the railroad on Tucson. Steam Locomotive #1673 (starred in "Oklahoma" back in 1955), depot model, interactive exhibits, audio phones, Holliday/Earp sculpture, and living history. Spanish/English signs. Pull-through bus parking. 1- to 150-person tours and large groups; other days/times available, please call ahead. Sun. & Tues.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-3 p.m.; Fri. & Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Locomotive gates open, Sat. 10 a.m.-3 pm. Free admission.
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Interesting about locomotives.
This is the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum. They had a train outside and everybody could climb on it and enjoy.. However it will never work. I liked looking everything of the train. It...
Small but well done
This museum isn't very big but it was well done and interesting. It is free to the public. Can't beat that. There is a little model train inside with different artifacts. All of the...
Great place for kids to talk to Santa.
It was nice and glad to see a good turn out of people visiting this downtown location. The train museum volunteers were very knowledgable of train history. The public was able to view and climb on a...
- Pets Allowed
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Website Listing Tag(s): Family Fun
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