Arizona History Museum

949 E 2nd Street | Tucson, AZ 85719

Guided Museum Tour

The Arizona History Museum strives to create a more complete history of Southern Arizona by combining well-known history with new and surprising interpretive considerations. Through our tours, we connect people to Arizona’s past, present, and future. 

Permanent exhibitions include the transportation hall, the treasure hall, Geronimo: Revered and Reviled, and the Otero courtyard. There are four other gallery spaces that frequently host new exhibits. In addition to traditional museum exhibits, the Arizona History Museum has two immersive permanent exhibits: the mining hall, with a life-size recreation of a mining tunnel, and Tucson in the 1870s, a hands-on exploration of the diversity of life-ways in Tucson before the arrival of the railroad.

Availability: Tours are held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
Max. Group Size: 30 students & chaperones for 1 hr tour; 60 students & chaperones for 2 hr tour
Grades: K-12
Tour Length: 60-120 minutes
Tour Start Time: 10 am

Arizona History Museum