Titan Missile Museum

About Us

The Titan Missile Museum is the only remaining Titan II site open to the public, allowing you to re-live a time when the threat of nuclear war between the U.S. and the former Soviet Union was a reality.

The Titan II was capable of launching from its underground silo in 58 seconds and could deliver a nine megaton thermonuclear warhead to its target more than 6,000 miles (aproximately 10,000 km) away in less than thirty minutes. For more than two decades, 54 Titan II missile complexes across the United States stood "on alert" 24 hours a day, seven days a week, heightening the threat of nuclear war or preventing Armageddon, depending upon your point of view.

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