Arizona Railway Museum was built in 1983 and is a cultural, learning, and non-profit organization. It is a non-profit, 100% volunteer organization museum. The museum is dedicated to railroads in Arizona and the Southwest. Arizona Railway Museum has an extensive array of railroad artifacts and rolling stock. There are no limits to the interest and fascination of railways and trains, so all kinds of railways are included in the museum's scope. It has cataloged pieces of artifacts related to the railroad deposited in its archives. The artifacts are related to railways of the past and present. The collection is open for academic study and selection. Tourists also have keys to 8 passenger cars, one caboose, and the steam locomotive SP 2-8-0. The museum affords free entry for infants (under 2yrs) and active military.
Adult (12+yrs): $10
Child (2-12yrs): $5