Locals get discounts at two museums - Tucson News Now

Locals get discounts at two museums

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Pima Air & Space Museum and the Titan Missile Museum are offering a special discount for Pima County residents.

Starting June 1, county residents will pay $12.25 for the Pima Air & Space Museum, and $8.50 for the Titan Missile Museum in Green Valley.  That's a one dollar savings for adults at Titan Missile Museum and $3.25 savings for adults at Pima Air & Space Museum. 

"We are happy to see the Arizona Aerospace Foundation making a strong effort to invite Pima County residents to both of their unique and world-class museums," says Tom Moulton, Director of Pima County Economic Development and Tourism, in a press release.

The Titan Missile Museum tours, included with every admission, take you 35 feet underground where it's temperate year-round. Pima Air & Space offers almost four football fields of indoor air-cooled exhibit space full of air/space craft, heroes' stories and scientific phenomena to explore.

Children ages six and under are free at both museums.

Other summer "beat the heat" opportunities for local residents and visitors alike include:

· Titan Missile Museum's "Moonlight MADness" (Jun. 8, Jul. 13, Aug. 10, Sep. 14) when adult admission is only $7 and kids 12 & under (and members) are FREE. Space is limited for "Moonlight Madness;" advanced reservations are required,and are allotted on a first reserved, first served basis. For reservations, email info@titanmissilemuseum.orgor call (520) 625-7736.

· Pima Air and Space Museum's "Night Wings" (Jun. 22, Jul. 28, Aug. 25) when adult admission is only $10 and kids 12 & under (and members) are FREE. Touch 100 years of aviation history. Flight Grill will remain open. 

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