Arizona Historical Society
949 E. Second St., 628-5774
While the majority of the exhibits at this museum predate the Roaring '20s, there is one item that will draw oohs and aahs from the little ones--a 1923 Studebaker! The shiny black auto, once used by the Sheriff's Department, is a classic with suicide doors, an immense steering wheel and the coolest headlights! The museum also has other attractions that might interest the kids, including a hands-on exhibit featuring three fictional 1870s families living in the area. And there's a whole room dedicated to school life in early Tucson. Boy, will they appreciate their own education when they get a load of some of the punishments that were acceptable back then. Call for info on special children's programs.