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Kitt Peak National Observatory: Visit the World's Largest Astronomical Observatory 56 miles west of Tucson on the Tohono O'odham Nation. World renowned public stargazing program. Open daily, tours, exhibits, gift shop.
“While the Air Force Museum in Dayton,Ohio and the Smithsonian Air and Space Museums in Washington, D.C. and at Dulles International Airport are superb, the Pima Air and Space Museum is the most impressive display...”
“One of the best Air Museums we've been to, with all the restored and displayed aircraft, my wife especially enjoyed seeing the SR 71 inside hanger one.”
“the museum has beautiful southwest paintings, navajo weavings, special exhibits and everyone is very friendly and helpful.Don't miss the 4 corners gallery after you have seen the museum and gift area gallery.”
“As you walk through the museum, it is well organized with info about mining, Geronimo, Apaches, autos and stagecoaches, etc ...as all historical museums.....along with a couple of interactive places and upstairs a...”
“One of the nicest history museums I have ever visited.”
“A small museum primarily displaying artifacts from the Southern Pacific Railroad and the growth of Tucson, showing the importance of the railroad and the history of Tucson by displaying artifacts in a room on O'To...”
“This is a small museum tucked away on the grounds of The Restored & Historic Tucson Train Station.”
“For the kids at the museum that were brought up in the computer age, it was obviously a marvelous experience for them to see the model trains everywhere in beautiful and interesting layouts of tracks and scenery.”
“... weavings, but also because of the high quality exhibits Mark incorporates that rival those of many museums -- from a permanent Maynard Dixon display that fills an entire room, to temporary shows, like the one ...”
“This place is a gallery but also a museum of remarkable breadth.”