CLOSED for the Winter.
Re-opening May 20, 2022.

ATTN: Fort Tuthill Military Museum will re-open MAY 20, 2022. Please enter your email address to be contacted with updates!

2021 Summer Updates

Museum hosts Flagstaff community band and master chorale for Independence weekend concert

The Annual Museum Independence Day concert featured the Flagstaff community band and master chorale. Although, the forecast called for showers the over 500 in attendence remained dry while enjoying an evening of patriotic music and song. The band provided an excellent performance at the museums initial 2005 opening and an equally outstanding performance this year. All of us associated with the museum extend our thanks to the band and master chorale for their participation in our Independence Day event and look forward to hosting them again next year.

Support the Fort 2022!

Support the Fort! 2022 is our long term fundraising comapaign designed to harness the community's support and donations for the Fort Tuthill Military Museum through unique fundraising strategies during the Spring and Summer of 20221. Our goal is to raise a minimum of $25,000 and learn how to best continue fundraising efforts for the museum - based on our experiences over the course of the campaign.

Learn how you can Support the Fort! Thank you!

Volunteers Needed


Our growth to date has been directly due to a small and dedicated number of volunteers. We now have an IMMEDIATE need for additional volunteer help. Interested in learning how you may assist in preserving an important part of Arizona's Military History? Please Contact Marilyn Hammarstrom or Jim Warbasse. You may also leave a message at (928) 226-0965. Hours are flexible and we will work with your schedule. We are certified as an affiliate member of the Arizona Historical Society and have been honored by the National Infantry Association for our presentation of the American Infantry Soldier. Consider joining our team. We need your help.

Now accepting online donations

Fort Tuthill Military Museum is now accepting donations via PayPal.

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What our visitors say...

“Wonderful display, well presented and very well documented.”

“One of the most fantastic military displays ever in a relatively small museum.”

“Served in Desert Storm - Great Job on the museum”

Did  you  know?

Did you know? The famous "Bushmaster" shoulder patch of the 158th Regimental Combat Team evolved from the units Panama training encounter with the deadly "Bushmaster snake."

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