Titan Missile Museum

Titan Top-to-Bottom Tour

The Entire Missile Complex

Along with every area covered in our other tours, you'll also get to explore all 8 levels of the underground silo — something most people will never see.  From level 1 where you'll view the silo closure door opening mechanism, to level 3 where the massive diesel generator is located, to level 8 more than 140 feet (aproximately 43 meters)underground, you'll see all the equipment that was necessary to keep the site operational during its lifetime. Other stops include silo level 7 where you'll enter the launch duct and stand directly beneath the missile.

You must be at least 13 years of age, able to climb as many as seven 15-foot (4.5 meter) ladders, and fit through holes 2 feet (60cm) in diameter to go on this tour. Participants under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult 18 years old or older. Sorry, but this tour cannot accommodate wheelchairs, scooters, walkers, crutches, or any other physical impairment. Closed-toe shoes with non-slip soles are required.  Flipflops and sandals are prohibited.  Large purses, bags, camera bags and backpacks are prohibited on this tour.

The tour runs from 8:00am to approximately 1:00pm and is limited to 6 people. Reservations and pre-payment (non-refundable) are required, and may be made by calling (520) 625-4598.

Important information, rules, and qualifications are available here.

All participants must sign a liability waiver. The form is available here.

These tours have limited availability and sell out quickly, so make your reservation today! Visit our web site often because we will post new dates here if we are able to add additional tours.

2017 Schedule (remaining):

June 19 (Just one spot left!)

September 5, 10, 15, & 18

October 3, 6, 14, 15, 16, & 20

November 3, 7, 11, 12, 17, & 20

December 1, 5, 9, 10, 15, & 18


Admission Fees for this tour:
Members $89.95
Non-Members $99.95
The tour guides give a very descriptive rundown of what life was like for the Air Force guys who ran this missile silo back in the day, and they even gave us a demonstration of the actual launch sequence. I got to turn the key that would have been part of nuclear war... freaky!!" — Chris Y., Newark, CA