Tucson Auto Museum
The Tucson Auto Museum always has between 50 to 60 classic, iconic, and unique autos inside our 20,000+ square foot facility—plus lots of interesting automobilia-like signs and gas pumps from yesteryear.
The mission of the Tucson Auto Museum is to showcase the very old (our Model T just celebrated its 102nd birthday), the iconic (hard not to fall in love with our mid-century classic Cadillacs, Desotos, Hudsons, and Packards), the sporty (picture yourself behind the wheel of one of our classic Corvettes, Thunderbirds, MGs or Triumphs), the unique (ever see a car with just one door—and it is in the front?!) and more. You can even go Back to the Future in their shiny, stainless steel Delorean.
Tucson Auto Museum Admission:
Seniors and Veterans: $8
Plan: 1-2 hr
Tucson Auto Museum Hours:
November through May 1st Only
Open Thursday, Friday, & Saturday
10 am-2 pm
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