Titan Missile Museum

Titan Missile Museum

This is an excerpt from the Titan Missile Museum website. The Titan Missile Museum is a private non-profit museum that preserves a formerly-operational Titan II missile site for the benefit of the public. The museum does not receive funding from any governmental entity and relies on admission fees and museum store sales to support its preservation efforts.

The museum preserves the missile site as it was in 1982 when it was decommissioned. The only way to see the missile site is to take a guided tour. Everything you’ll see here is real, including the missile (without the bomb of course)! We have a couple of picnic tables in front of the museum if you bring your lunch or a snack and there are a number of local restaurants close by. Parking is free, including room for your RV.  No admission fee is required to shop in the museum store or to visit the exhibit gallery. Reservations are required for all tours.

The Titan Museum requires reservations for its one hour tours and payment when the reservation is made.  Please visit www.titanmissilemuseum.org for reservations, select the, “Book Now” icon in the upper right-hand corner of the home page. NARCON 2020 attendees wishing to attend the NAR town hall meeting are encouraged to make reservations for the 11:00 a.m. tour on Sunday, March 8, 2020 well in advance.  Be aware that the museum is approximately 45-60 minutes from the hotel. Tours are on the 1/2 hour and are limited to 25 participants. 
Ticket prices:
    Adults (13 and up) $13.50
    Juniors (5-12) $10.00
    Seniors (65 and up) $12.50
The following limitations will restrict people to the museum’s surface exhibits:
•  People with a mobility impairment that prevents them from being able to descend and ascend 55 steps
•  People who use a wheelchair or walker
•  People who use a cane, crutches, or walking stick
•  People who are afraid of heights (the stairs are metal grates and you can see through them
•  People who have a service animal that cannot independently descend or climb metal grate stairs
•  Parties with children who are 4 years old or younger
•  Parties with a child of any age who cannot descend and ascend 55 steps
•  People with inappropriate footwear (heels less than one square inch)
Note: Daylight savings time begins on March 8, 2020.  Out of state visitors should keep in mind that Arizona does not observe Daylight Savings Time and our clocks will NOT change.

• Take a look at the Titan missile Museum.