Tucson Museum of Art

12.14 mi

The Tucson Museum of Art represents five houses built between the mid-1850’s -1907, plus the modern museum building that houses most of the galleries. Museum exhibits include Art of the American West, Pre-Columbian and Latin Folk art, Modern and Contemporary Art, and much more.

140 N Main Ave • Tucson, AZ 85701 • 520-624-2333

DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun

14.79 mi

Tucson’s legendary landmark of art and architecture was designed and built by the late Arizona artist Ted DeGrazia. On the National Register of Historic Places, the 10-acre Foothills retreat includes the adobe gallery, gift shop, cactus courtyard, Mission in the Sun, the artist’s former home, and his grave. Six permanent collections of DeGrazia paintings portray colorful cultures of the Sonoran desert, and rotating exhibits feature a wide range of some 14,000 DeGrazia originals, from oil paintings and watercolors to ceramics and sculptures.

6300 N Swan Rd • Tucson, AZ 85718 • 520-299-9191

Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum

15.65 mi

The Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum features 150 horse-drawn vehicles from buggies to elaborate coaches, historic artifacts from pioneer days, and a recreation of Tucson’s Main Street circa 1900. The tour takes about an hour and a half. Public tours are available from January through April.

4823 S 6th Ave • Tucson, AZ 85714 • 520-591-9585


The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures

17.52 mi

Discover the magical world of miniatures at The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures, where visitors are seemingly transported to different lands and times through the stories told by over 300 miniature houses and room boxes, expertly displayed in over 10,000 square-feet of state-of-the-art exhibit space. The Museum’s permanent collection boasts antique dollhouses dating to 1742, contemporary, fine-scale miniatures, and enchanting collectibles. Frequent temporary exhibits, special programs, and events mean there is always something new to see.

4455 E Camp Lowell Dr • Tucson, AZ 85712 • 520-881-0606

Titan Missile Museum

30.42 mi

“Duck and Cover!” Bomb shelters, the Berlin Wall, weekly tests of the Emergency Broadcast System, the piercing sounds of air raid sirens, and the Space Race. These are the hallmarks of the “Cold War” era. The Titan Missile Museum showcases the dramatic vestiges of the Cold War between the U.S. and former Soviet Union and provides a vivid education about the history of nuclear conflict – a history of keeping the peace. At the Titan Missile Museum, near Tucson, Arizona, visitors journey through time to stand on the front line of the Cold War. This preserved Titan II missile site, officially known as complex 571-7, is all that remains of the 54 Titan II missile sites that were on alert across the United States from 1963 to 1987. Able to launch from its underground silo in just 58 seconds, the Titan II was capable of delivering a 9-megaton nuclear warhead to targets more than 6300 miles (10,000 km) away in about 30 minutes. Nowhere else in the world can visitors get this close to an intercontinental ballistic missile in its operational environment. This one-of-a kind museum gives visitors a rare look at the technology used by the United States to deter nuclear war. What was once one of America’s most top secret places is now a National Historic Landmark, fulfilling its new mission of bringing Cold War history to life for millions of visitors from around the world.

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