Titan Missile Museum
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Red Alert: Summer Hours Start May 1!

Summer Hours, May 1-October 31:  Sunday-Friday, 9:45am-4:00pm, last tour at 2:45pm.  Saturday, 8:45am-5:00pm, last tour at 3:45pm.



Red Alert! Watch for desert critters at the museum!

The warm weather has brought out the rattlesnakes a little early. Watch where you put your feet when you’re walking around outside on the museum grounds. You may not leave your pets unattended at the benches and picnic tables in front of the museum entrance.

Titan Missile Museum featured in Atomic Tourism article

On the Nuclear Trail, an article about Atomic Tourism featuring the Titan Missile Museum appeared recently in Hemispheres magazine.

Read more at Hemispheres

Former Missile Crew Commander Interviewed about Tucson and the Cold War

Yvonne Morris, Director of the Titan Missile Museum and a former Missile Combat Crew Commander was recently interviewed on KQTH, Tucson's News and Talk radio.

Listen now

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The Titan Missile Museum is now on Facebook!

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Skype and FaceTime Tours

Live interactive Skype and FaceTime video tours of the museum are now available!
Tour the Titan Missile Museum from anywhere in the world using Skype or FaceTime.


Hams: Use Our Antenna

Ham Radio Operators, you can now broadcast and listen on the discone antenna at the Titan Missile Museum.  And be sure to check in with our friends and local experts with the Green Valley Amateur Radio Club at http://gvarc.us/.


Click here for "how to" instructions

NEW!!! Titan Overnight Experience

What was it like for Titan II crew members to sleep underground only a few feet away from the largest missile ever made by the United States?

Now you can find out first-hand when you and three of your closest friends or family spend the night in the crew quarters at the Titan Missile Museum. This rare and unique experience is offered just four times a year and can be custom tailored to your interests. Join the elite few who have slept in the Titan's lair.

For more information, contact Yvonne Morris, Director of the Titan Missile Museum, at ymorris@titanmissilemuseum.org. Thirty days notice required for reservations.

Titan Missile Museum in the Media!

A couple of media hits can be found here:


Listen to a story on National Public Radio

We were also recently featured in an article in the NY Times

Click here to see a slide show and read a review about the Museum.

Adults $ 9.50
Seniors & Groups $ 8.50
Juniors (Ages 5-12) $ 6.00
Children 4 and Under  Free


1580 W. Duval Mine Rd.
Sahuarita, Arizona

31° 54' 12.90 N
110° 59' 56.47 W




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Cold War Timeline:
Click on the timeline dates to be directed to more information on Cold War events.
1945: US uses Atomic Bombs on Japan to end WWII 1948-1949: Berlin Blockade 1950-1953: Korean War 1957: The Space Race Begins 1959-1975: Vietnam War 1960: USSR Deploys 1st ICBM 1961: Berlin Wall Divides Germany 1962: Cuban Missile Crisis 1963: Titan II ICBMs Deployed 1963: Hot Line Established Between US & USSR 1983: Star Wars Defense Initiative 1987: Last Titan II Comes Off Alert 1989: Berlin Wall Comes Down 1991: Soviet Union Collapses - Cold War Ends