The Pima Air and Space Museum in Tuscan is known to be the largest privately funded air museum in the world. The ideal attraction for aviation buffs, the Pima Air and Space Museum is spread across 80 acres and houses over 300 airplanes in 5 huge hangars, as well as a number of historical artifacts. Visitors to the museum will come across the SR-71 Blackbird; which is world’s fastest plane, as well as the Lockheed Tristar; which was used by John Kennedy as Air Force One, a replica of a 1903 Wright Brothers Flyer and much more. Visitors can also enjoy a docent-guided tram tour of the museum and of the ‘Aircraft Boneyard’.
Adult (ages 13 & up): $15.50 Junior (ages 7-12): $9.00 Child (ages 6 & under): FREE
9:00am to 5:00pm
Around 3 hours or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
Aircraft Boneyard , the more advanced airplanes as well as the historical aircrafts
Muslims visiting the Pima Air and Space Museum will not be able to find prayer facilities within its premises. They will however be able to find a couple of mosques and Islamic Centers in Tucson, such as the Islamic Center of Tucson or Mosque Yousuf. When in need of prayer facilities, Muslim visitors can ask staff at the museum to direct them to the nearest one.
The Pima Air & Space Museum has a restaurant called Flight Grill which overlooks the Navy and Air Force fighters at the museum and offers great views of planes taking off and landing at the Monthan Air Force Base. Visitors will be able to find a variety of delicious snacks to suit all tastes and budgets, as well as dishes suitable for Muslims.