For the listing of sites of museums located in Tucson, Arizona.

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The 390th Memorial Museum
Contains the restored B-17G "I'll Be Around", as well as other World War II exhibits. Includes photos and directions. Located on the grounds of the Pima Air and Space Museum.
Arizona State Museum
Anthropology museum focusing on the indigenous cultures of Arizona and northern Mexico. Includes history, staff and program directories, descriptions of exhibits and events, educational programs offered, and operational information including admission fees.
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
A world-renowned zoo, natural history museum and botanical garden. Research and education programs and exhibits on the Sonoran desert region.
International Wildlife Museum
Offering educational programs for schools and the general public. Includes an interactive virtual tour.
Pima Air and Space Museum
A collection of more than 300 aircraft and spacecraft. Includes history, events and visitor information.
The Postal History Foundation
Nonprofit organization for postal research and education, youth education program, and philatelic museum including a turn of the century post office.
Southern Arizona Transportation Museum
Preserves and interprets railroad heritage through educational outreach, oral history and archival collections. Located in the former Southern Pacific Railroad Depot.
Tucson Children's Museum
Exhibitions, tours, and special events are detailed, with membership, admission, and parking information.
Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block
Exhibitions schedule, programs and events, library, photos and details of historic buildings, hours, admission and membership information.
University of Arizona Museum of Art
Exhibits range from 15th century panels, to modern "flower power". Collections and exhibitions are detailed, and it includes information on educational opportunities and membership.
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