If you are one of the many people that thinks everything is just a bit cuter when it is extra small, have you made time to visit Tucson’s Mini Time Machine, yet? It is a museum dedicated to the collection of miniatures, and filled with interactive displays that help bring back to life the relics of a bygone era. As such the many, mini displays can help to teach kids and adults, alike, about history and important events.
What Will You See and Experience?
The museum’s Executive Director, Lisa Hastreiter-Lamb, said the team at the Mini Time Machine has worked hard to create a unique experience that gives everyone something they can enjoy. “ My hope is that The Mini Time Machine Museum will be widely considered a must-see destination in Tucson,” she said.
Mini Time Machine is located at 4455 East Camp Lowell Drive, Tucson, Arizona 85712. It is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday through Saturday, and from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is $9, or $8 for seniors (65-years or older) as well as those with military ID. Children 3-years-old and under are free, while youth aged four through 17-years-old are $6.
For a complete listing of the current exhibits, or for more information in general, visit http://www.theminitimemachine.org/miniatures-museum/ or call 520.881.0606.