If you want to learn more about the history of Tucson, this is the museum to visit. Exhibits cover Spanish presidio days, American army days, merchants, and schools. Through the use of artifacts and old photos, these exhibits help bring the city’s past to life. One of the most curious exhibits focuses on the gangster John Dillinger, who was arrested here in Tucson in 1934.
Downtown History Museum
140 N. Stone Ave., in the Wells Fargo Bank bldg.
Our Rating Hours Wed–Fri 11am–3pm. Closed major holidays Transportation Bus: All downtown-bound buses. Streetcar: Park Ave. & 2nd St. Phone 520/770-1473 Prices Free admission, donations accepted Web site Downtown History Museum
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