This little museum at 140 N. Stone (right across from the the main library) is excellent! It is well thought out and well laid out. A visitor can, in an half hour or so learn much about how Tucson came to be. The time interval presented is from about 1800 to 1970. The display area is relatively small, about 3500 square feet yet the displays are extensive and informative.
John Dillinger was captured here in 1934 along with 3 other members of the gang. It was a big day for Tucson. All the venues that make up a downtown are treated in photo displays and artifacts. Going through takes about half an hour to 45 minutes, a little longer for serious students of history. It is worth while. We are open Tuesday through Friday, 10AM till 4PM, closed on State Holidays. There is a small fee of 2$ for each Senior or Student and 3$ for each Adult. Age 11 and under is free. Park for 1 hour, free, in the Wells fargo parking lot, bring the ticket to the desk.
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