Titan Missile Museum

Planning a Visit

The museum is open every day of the year except for Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Winter Hours (November-April)

Sunday-Friday:  9:45am - 5:00pm  (first tour at 10:00am, last tour at 3:45pm)  No admission to the museum after 4:30pm.

Saturday:   8:45am - 5:00pm  (first tour at 9:00am, last tour at 3:45pm)  No admission to the museum after 4:30pm.

Summer Hours (May - October)

Sunday-Friday:   9:45am - 4:00pm  (first tour at 10:00am, last tour at 2:45pm)  No admission to the museum after 3:30pm.

Saturday:   8:45am-5:00pm  (first tour at 9:00am, last tour at 3:45pm)  No admission to the museum after 4:30pm.

Admission:
Adults $ 9.50
Seniors, Pima County Residents $ 8.50
Military & Groups $ 8.50
Juniors (Ages 5-12) $ 6.00
Children 4 and Under  Free

In the winter (November-April), one-hour guided tours of the missile site are offered on the hour every hour beginning at 10:00am Sunday-Friday and 9:00am on Saturdays, with the last tour of the day beginning at 3:45pm. 

In the summer (May-October), Sunday-Friday, the first tour of the day is at 10:00am and the last tour of the day is at 2:45pm.  Saturday hours remain the same throughout the year (first tour at 9:00am and the last tour is at 3:45pm.)

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.

Guided tours are the only way to see the missile site.

Each tour is assembled 10 minutes before the actual tour starting time so that museum staff may provide visitors with a safety briefing prior to the tour. All visitors must receive a safety briefing prior to entering the underground missile site.

See the What to Expect page for helpful hints and other information about the museum tours and facilities.

Non-commercial photography and video recording are permitted, although flash photography is prohibited.  The use of selfie sticks and tripods is also prohibited.  Commercial photography is not allowed without written permission. To arrange a commercial photo or video recording session, please contact the Museum Director at ymorris@titanmissilemuseum.org.

Animals, except for Service Animals, are not allowed in the museum buildings or on the missile site. It's warm here much of the year, and very hot in the summer.  Temperatures inside your vehicle can skyrocket.  Pets left in vehicles for any length of time can become sick or die from heat exposure.  It is illegal in Arizona to leave your pet in your vehicle if doing so is likely to cause physical injury to your pet or result in its death. If you are traveling with your pet, please ask our friendly admissions staff about using our wire cage kennel for your pet while you are touring the museum.  It is located in a shaded protected area and will accommodate one large dog.

Tours are limited to 25 visitors per tour.  We do not accept reservations except for group tours and for those who need to use the elevator on the tour.

For more information, call (520) 625-7736 or send an email to info@titanmissilemuseum.org

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Titan Missile Museum is literally a one of a kind attraction. The silo is the only remaining Titan site of the 54 that existed during the Cold War and is really an amazing glimpse back in time. The engineering that went into this program back in the 1960s is quite incredible. I would recommend this short visit to anyone in Tucson or visiting. It will bring back memories for those who lived through the Cold War and be a valuable learning experience for those who didn't." — David G., Northbrook, IL