Fort Tuthill Military Museum

Celebrating over 150 years of Arizona Military history.

Museum Updates

Looking forward to a stellar 2018.

Going back, 2016 saw renovation completed on both buildings at our new, and much more visible, Fort Tuthill County Park location. Installation of exhibits in Building 1 was completed in time for the Coconino County Fair. Over 2,000 Fair visitors viewed exhibits tracing the regimental history from the 1865 organization of the 1st Regiment Arizona Volunteers through training at Fort Tuthill prior to mobilization for WW II. Installation of exhibits in Building 2 illustrating the regiment’s prewar training and South Pacific Combat though Afghanistan deployment of today’s 1st Battalion 158th Infantry will begin in January.  The museum formally reopened on May 20, 2017.

Our progress is entirely due to the dedicated volunteers and contractors who, in spite of numerous obstacles, found a way to “Make It Happen.” A strong core of donors provided the critical funding and material necessary to renovate two 86 year old mess hall buildings. Their names and contributions will be prominently displayed within the museum. Our sincere thanks to all involved for their continued support and belief in our mission to preserve and present the distinguished history of the Arizona National Guard, the 158th Infantry Regiment, and the role Fort Tuthill played in that history.

Now accepting online donations

Fort Tuthill Military Museum is now accepting donations via PayPal.


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”

Regimental Band

Discover the 158th Infantry Regimental Band and hear songs from the past.

In Memoriam

Fort Tuthill Military Museum loses a strong supporter and original volunteer - Please click to read Ken O'Dell's memorial.

Bushmaster Honor Page

Fort Tuthill Military Museum honors Bushmasters of the 158th Regiment.

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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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