Fodor's Expert Review Fort Lowell Park and Museum

Central Tucson Museum/Gallery

Fertile soil and proximity to the Rillito River once enticed the Hohokam to construct a village on this site. Centuries later, a fort (in operation from 1873 to 1891) was built here to protect the fledgling city of Tucson against the Apaches. The former commanding officer's quarters at this quirky fort museum has artifacts from military life in territorial days. The park has a playground, ball fields, tennis courts, and a duck pond.

Museum/Gallery Free Family

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2900 N. Craycroft Rd.
Tucson, Arizona  85715, USA


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Rate Includes: Free, Thurs.–Sat. 10–4

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