Titan Missile Museum
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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.

Admission:
Adults $ 9.50
Seniors & Groups $ 8.50
Juniors (Ages 7-12) $ 6.00
Children 6 and Under  Free

Location

1580 W. Duval Mine Rd.
Sahuarita, Arizona
520-625-7736

31° 54' 12.90 N
110° 59' 56.47 W

Hours

8:45am-5pm

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Cold War Timeline:
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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