Best Place to Show Your Kids an Authentic 1920s Automobile 

Arizona Historical Society

Staff Pick

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.

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