Titan Missile Museum

Daily Tours

The museum is open every day of the year except Thanksgiving and Christmas.  One-hour guided tours of the missile site are offered on the hour every hour beginning at 10:00am Sundays -Fridays and 9:00am on Saturdays.  The last tour of the day begins at 3:45pm Monday-Sunday in the winter (November-April), or at 2:45pm Sundays-Fridays and 3:45pm on Saturdays in the summer (May-October). Additional one-hour guided tours of the missile site are also offered on the half hour at peak demand times on the weekends, holidays, and during the months of January through March. Call (520) 625-7736 for information on the daily tour schedule.  

The one-hour guided tours include a short film on the Titan II program,  a visit to the underground launch control center where visitors see a simulated missile launch, and a visit to level 2 of the missile silo where visitors are able to view the missile through large windows cut into the launch duct wall. At the conclusion of the guided tour, visitors may wander the surface portion of the missile site on their own where they can see the missile engines and stand on top of the launch duct to view the missile from above.

Note:  Each tour is assembled 10 minutes before it is due to start so that visitors can recieve a safety briefing prior to the departure of the tour. Please plan your arrival at the museum so that you have enough time to purchase your tickets and use the restroom prior to assembling for the safety briefing.

 

See the Tours page for information on specialty tours that visit other areas of the missile site.

See the What to Expect page for important information on items that are prohibited on the tours. 

See the Accessibility page for important information if you have a mobility impairment or cannot ascend and descend 55 stair steps. 

I LOVE the Titan Missile Museum. It is a wealth of information and a part of living history. This place is great for anyone who loves aviation, computer programming, Cold War history, or just wants to hear a great story told by someone who actually ran and operated a working missile silo in the 1960's." — Veneranda A., Tucson, AZ