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Moonlight madness at Titan Missile Museum

Seven-story ICBM at Titan Missile Museum. (Source: Titan Missile Museum) Seven-story ICBM at Titan Missile Museum. (Source: Titan Missile Museum)
SAHUARITA, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Titan Missile Museum's one-time summer evening event Moonlight Madness is coming up this Saturday, Aug. 13. However, you need to hurry as reservations are needed to attend and you don't want to miss out. 

Moonlight Madness gives guests the opportunity to tour the missile site and see the seven story Titan II Intercontinental Ballistic Missile lit up in the launch duct.  This event will take place from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday.  You can make reservations by calling (520) 625-7736.  

"Not only is it a cooler time to visit the museum," said Yvonne Morris, Museum Director. "But it’s a great event for the entire family."

In addition to touring the museum, children will have the chance to build, test and take home their own balloon powered rocket.  

Admission for this one time special summer event is $ 7 for adults, children 12 and under are FREE when accompanied by an adult, museum members can also get in free to the event. 

For more information call (520) 625-7736, or click here.

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