This museum is a must see in Flagstaff. Housed in one of the original builiding on the grounds of Fort Tuthill, which was considered one of the finest National Guard training facilities in the United States, the museum traces over 100 years of Arizona Military history and the 158th Infantry Regiment Arizona National Guard, coined Bushmasters after the coiled snake in Panama.
Don't let the small looking exterior deter you.There are extensive displays of military artifacts and exhibits depicting conflicts though modern day. Tours are available. It is a definite wow! I will be back. There is so much to see. I purchased a few souvniers in the gift shop. It's a great way to learn about and appreciate military history. The curators do a great job preserving and honoring the service of he 158th.
It's open from the first weekend in May through the last weekend in September. Museum Hours are Saturdays and Sundays - 10:00 to 4:00. Fees vary. There are special events so check the website: www.forttuthill.org
If you own or manage Fort Tuthill Military Museum, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.
- Manage your listing