Sometimes, mornings are playtime for Deborah Tenino, a mom-on-the-go and restaurant owner.
Rudy Salayandia and his son, Aidan, 4, enjoy a recent trip to the Pima Air & Space Museum. The museum has landed on the list of the top 10 percent of tourism businesses in the world by TripAdvisor.com.
The 390th Bombardment Group Memorial Museum is undergoing a major overhaul. It is expected to reopen by Sept. 28.
Visitors check out some of the helicopters and planes at the museum.
It may be summer, but the Pima Air & Space Museum is still in full flight, with a slate of special educational events this month.
The Arizona State Museum building on the UA campus.
Children's Museum Tucson is hosting Family SCIFest between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday.
Youngsters wearing E. T. masks check out phone at a Halloween party at the Museum of Science in Boston, on Friday, Oct. 30, 1982. The phone is an exact duplicate of the instrument used in the movie and is on loan from New England Telephone. (AP Photo/ Mike Kullen
Today is the Mini Time Machine Museum's third anniversary.
Those with an interest in art who want to learn about becoming a museum volunteer or docent are invited to attend the University of Arizona Museum of Art’s annual call for volunteers today at 10 a.m.
Giant paper airplane on display at Pima Air & Space Museum
International Museum Day is Friday, and to celebrate, The International Wildlife Museum will be offering free admission that day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in exchange for a non-perishable food item for the Tucson Community Food Bank.
More than 10,000 years ago, a group of prehistoric humans
stalked a 10-ton mammoth through moist grassland near what is now
Naco. Then, in a bold move, the humans attacked the 13-foot-tall
tusked beast, thrusting eight stone-tipped spears into its ribs,
neck, chest and back.
Conservator Christina Bisulca of the Arizona State Museum examines the mandible of a mammoth, a giant beast that once roamed what's now Southern Arizona. Such bones give clues to how prehistoric man lived in area.
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