120 North Main Ave, Tucson Arizona 85701
The Fish House was built in 1867 on the site of the Presidio Barracks. The territorial style adobe building currently houses the Goodman Pavilion of Western American Art featuring the notable Campbell Collection of fine Western American Art. The Fish House is a 19th century home of merchant, entrepreneur and political representative Edward Nye Fish. The house has 15-foot high beam ceiling and saguaro-rib lacings.
The house is a part of the Tucson Museum of Art. The museum is open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. and Sunday from 12:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. The museum is closed on major holidays and Mondays from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Other History nearby:
(Tucson) 390th Memorial Museum
(Tucson) Arizona Historical Society
(Tucson) Arizona Historical Society of Tucson
(Tucson) Arizona Sonora Desert Museum
(Tucson) Arizona State Museum
(Tucson) Charles O. Brown House
11/29 Coming to The Tucson area
National Festival of the West Scottsdale AZ March21-24 Nation Festival of the West is the country's largest celebration of the Old West and the American Cowboy.
Arizona Renaissance Festival Apache Junction AZ March30-31 In addition to village street and pathway events, the Festival has twelve stages of ongoing shows performing every half-hour. From the daily opening ceremony to the closing cannon shot, every Festival minute and every Festival acre is filled with mirth, merriment and marketplace exhibitions.
Marana Main Street Festival Marana AZ April6 Located downtown at Marana Main Street and Civic Center Drive, between the Marana Municipal Complex and the Marana Health Center. There will be:
Concert (Saturday night),
Pancake breakfast (Sunday), and
RV boondocking (Friday-Sunday).
10th Annual Polish Festival Phoenix AZ April13-14 Authentic Polish food, beef, raffle, live entertainment, fun activities for kids.
Prickly Pear Festival Superior AZ August24 The historic copper mining town of Superior hosts a new prickly pear festival featuring a morning “how to pick and juice ‘em” class by Jean Groen.