The Arizona Historical Society's Downtown History Museum is about life in early Tucson. This is a small but jam-packed, very worthwhile museum if you want to understand the history and cultural heritage of the Old Pueblo. Among its many exhibits are the Dillinger exhibit that chronicles the capture of the famous bank robber in Tucson and the Catherine Stinsen exhibit describing the first Air Mail drop over the city.
Tucson Downtown History Museum
Hours may vary. Contact the website for hours.
140 N. Stone Ave. (Located in the Wells Fargo Bank Building)
Please join us on one of our History and Libation Tours where we will explore this museum and other historical venues.
To learn about more worthwhile museums in Tucson, whether art, history, science, or just fun, see our list of the Best Museums here.