Titan Missile Museum
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Planning a Visit

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

The museum opens at 8:45 am.

One-Hour guided tours of the missile site are offered on the hour beginning at 9:00 am, with the last tour of the day beginning at 4:00 pm. 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 April. Call (520) 625-7736 for information on the daily tour schedule.

Groups are welcome. Reservations are required for general admission group tours (10 or more paid visitors paying in one transaction). Please call the visitor reservations line at (520) 625-7736 to make your reservation. For school groups and educational programs, please see the Education section of this web site.

Tours include a six-story view of the Titan II missile in its silo, a visit to the underground launch control center, and a simulated missile launch.

  • Walking shoes are required (no heels please).
  • Food and beverages, except bottled water, are prohibited.
  • Smoking is not permitted inside museum buildings or while on the guided tour. A smoking area is provided.
  • The underground portion of the missile site is accessed by a flight of 55 steps in the Access Portal.
  • Weapons are prohibited on the guided tours. Secure storage is available if you are traveling with a weapon.
  • Children 15 years old and younger must be accompanied by an adult.

The Titan Missile Museum is an ADA compliant facility. A limited number of wheelchairs are available at the Visitor Services Desk, and all restrooms are wheelchair accessible.

An elevator is available to access the underground portion of the missile site for those who have limited mobility or who need special assistance.

The Museum Store is open during regular Museum hours, and features top-quality museum, rocket and flight-related gifts, apparel, books, models, and educational toys. Museum admission is not required to shop in the Store, and sales proceeds support the mission of the Titan Missile Museum.

Non-commercial photography and video recording are permitted. Commercial photography is not allowed without written permission. To arrange a commercial photo or video recording session, please contact the Museum at (520) 625-7736.

Animals, except for Service Animals, are not allowed in the museum buildings or on the missile site. It is also 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 small wire crate for your pet while you are touring the museum.  It will accommodate a medium sized dog and we have a sheltered shady area for them to stay.

Tours are limited to 25 visitors per tour.

Call (520) 625-7736 or send an email to

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Admission:
Adults $ 9.50
Seniors & Groups $ 8.50
Juniors $ 6.00
Children under 6  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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1945: US uses Atomic Bombs on Japan to end WWII 1948-1949: Berlin Blockade 1950-1953: Korean War 1957: The Sprace 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