Jewish History Museum

September 13, 2016

A downtown landmark, the Jewish History Building is the first synagogue built in the Arizona Territory.  The building served as the original home of Congregation Temple Emanu-El from 1910-1948.  In the 1980s, following a series of decades during which the building was occupied by various organizations, the property sat vacant and fell into disrepair.  The Jewish community […]

Sosa-Fremont-Carrillo House Museum

May 6, 2014

The historic adobe Sosa-Carrillo-Frémont House was built in the 1870s.

La Pilita Museum

May 6, 2014

It is the mission of La Pilita Association to restore and maintain the historical integrity of La Pilita site and to develop it as a center for research and learning of regional history. It serves as an extended classroom for students, the neighborhood, and the Tucson Community providing a deeper understanding of early Tucson. The […]


August 26, 2011

MOCA inspires new ways of thinking through the cultivation, interpretation and exhibition of cutting-edge art of our time.

Arizona Historical Society: Downtown History Museum

July 8, 2011

The AHS Downtown Museum exhibits depict early Tucson businesses and homes, including: drugstores, police and fire departments and the Romero barbershop (pictured to the right).

Train Depot

Southern Arizona Transportation Museum

June 21, 2011

The Southern Arizona Transportation Museum exists to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the history of transportation in Southern Arizona with a focus on the Historic Depot and the displayed Locomotive #1673 for the education, enjoyment and entertainment of a diverse audience.

Children’s Museum Tucson

June 14, 2011

Where imagination & learning connect! Our mission is to provide fun, play-based, interactive, hands-on learning experiences for children and their families. We aim to inspire children and their families to reach their full potential through discovery, creativity and learning.

Tucson Museum of Art

June 6, 2011

“Connecting Art to Life” First established in 1924 as the Tucson Fine Arts Association, the Museum made its home in the Kingan House on Franklin Street in the El Presidio Historic District. In 1954 the association was officially renamed the Tucson Art Center to establish our exhibition and education mission. The Tucson Museum of Art […]