If you want to learn more about Tucson's role in the long and often troubled relations between Spanish settlers, early ... More
Fort Lowell Museum
If you want to learn more about Tucson's role in the long and often troubled relations between Spanish settlers, early Anglo pioneers and Native American inhabitants, visit Fort Lowell Museum, located within an old adobe building at Fort Lowell Park. Here, the Arizona Historical Society presents exhibits and photograph shows on the Apache Wars and historic Fort Lowell. The reconstructed Officers' Quarters serve as a visitor center. Admission is free.
A place dedicated to the work of well known Tucson artist Diana Madaras, this gallery showcases originals, prints, calendars and
note cards in an intimate setting. Her paintings, which have been exhibited in the Tucson Museum of Art as ...
Located on the scenic Gates Pass Road surrounded by stately saguaros, this wildlife museum invites visitors to take a grand
tour of the fauna of the earth. African antelopes share their space with big polar bears here, looking very ...
The Museum of Contemporary Art, formerly known as the non profit Toole Shed Studios Artists Collective, houses about 15 artists
and includes meeting space, classrooms and private studios. Tucson artists have turned an ugly unused warehouse into an art ...