Southern Arizona Transportation Museum - Tucson, AZ

Southern Arizona Transportation Museum

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Locomotive 1673 on display at the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum

Museum Hours

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
11am - 3pm
Friday, Saturday

10am - 4pm
Sunday
11am -3pm

Holliday and Earp Statue in front of the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum


Map & Directions

MUSEUM DIRECTIONS
From the University of Arizona and east Tucson town: Take Broadway Boulevard West into the Downtown underpass. Exiting the underpass, turn right onto north bound Toole Avenue. Pass Tucson’s Historic Depot on the right and look on your right 25 feet up in the air for the Solar-Powered Semaphore Railroad Signal marking the Museum site. The 4th Ave. Underpass is closed until Summer 2009.

Interstate 10 Travelers:
In June 2007, all I-10 entrance and exit ramps closed for approximately 2½ half years between Prince Road & 29th Street..

During Construction:  
Eastbound: Exit at Ruthrauff Rd. and continue East on the frontage road.             
Westbound: Exit at 29th St. and West on the frontage road

BOTH DIRECTIONS
Turn East at Congress Street, which turns into Broadway Blvd. Take it to 6th Avenue and turn left. At Toole Avenue, just before the underpass, turn right. Look on your left 25 feet up in the air for the Solar-Powered Semaphore Railroad Signal marking the Museum site. Enter the Parking Lot just before the Semaphore Signal and Museum.

PARKING

Limited FREE parking in front of the Depot and a Parking Lot Northwest of the Museum.

SHADED PARKING GARAGE

The 750-space Pennington Street Garage, 110 E Pennington, is secure and shaded. Access the garage on North Scott Avenue, just North of Congress Street. The parking garage is the multi-story building painted bright green. Walk West on Pennington Street to Toole Avenue to the Museum and Depot.

 

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