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John_Cillis

Pima Air and Space Museum - Tucson, AZ - First Set

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I visited Pima Air and Space Museum in Tucson the morning of 5/12/13, about 150 miles from my home in Phoenix.  It's worth a visit if you're ever visiting the Phoenix/Tucson area and worth the drive down from Phoenix.

 

Enjoy!

 

John

 

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o yes, and the museum outside too.  I don't know if that's still available for tours?

 


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o yes, and the museum outside too.  I don't know if that's still available for tours?

 

 

The "boneyard" is still available for tours (it's separate from the Air and Space museum itself).  The tours are only held during the week, twice daily.  All the outside shots in my pictures (see the other three sets I've posted) are on the museum grounds itself and can be toured by tram (which I did) or walked thru (which I did for a little bit).  There are two youtube posts of virtually the full tram tour, found here:

 

 

 

John

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