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Fort Huachuca Museum

Regarded as one of the finest Army Museums in the country, the Fort Huachuca Museum is home to several thousand artifacts and documents related to the Fort Huachuca’s martial history and culture. The museum was opened in 1960 and is housed in two buildings on the Fort’s historic Old Post.

Henry F. Hauser Museum

Named after a former mayor of Sierra Vista, the Henry F. Hauser Museum is home to a large number of displays regarding natural diversity and cultural identity of the Greater Sierra Vista Area. You would find it an enthralling sum of historical documents, photographs, periodicals, school yearbooks, journals, letters, business and personal papers and maps related to the region. Star highlights include the Henry F. Hauser Collection and the James Rice Photograph Collection.

The San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area

The San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area is situated between the international border of Mexico and North America (Arizona). It is considered to be one of the most significant conservation areas in the US, and its unique ecosystem is a home to a large number of mammal, fish, reptiles, amphibians, and bird. During winter season, the place also plays host to more than 250 species of migrant birds. It area contains archaeological sites featuring remains of human occupation from 13000 years ago.

Nature Conservancy's Ramsey Canyon Preserve

Situated at a 30 minutes ride from Fort Huachuca, the Nature Conservancy's Ramsey Canyon Preserve is often called the ‘Hummingbird Capital of the United States.’ This reputation is well deserved because the conservancy hosts nearly 15 species of humming birds, in addition to over 150 species of other birds. This canyon preserve is also home to a diverse range of flora and fauna from the Sonoran and Chihuahuan deserts and those of the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Madre.