Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
A world-renowned zoo, natural history museum, aquarium, and botanical garden, all in one place!
Tucson Trap & Skeet Club
One of the largest sport shooting facilities in the country, hosting several major shooting events each year.
Saguaro National Monument West
Hikers, bikers, and horseback riders will embrace a wide variety of Sonoran Desert life against the backdrop of the rugged Tucson Mountains.
Kitt Peak National Observatory
Supports the most diverse collection of astronomical observatories on Earth for night time astronomy & daytime study of the Sun. Located on the Tohono Oodham Nation.
San Xavier del Bac Mission
White Dove of the Desert, is known to be the oldest Catholic Church in the U.S. and one of the finest examples of Mission architecture in the country. Located on the Tohono O'odham Indian Reservation.
Titan Missile Museum
The only publicly accessible Titan II missile site in the nation. Visit the launch control center, experience a simulated launch, and more.
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Home of the historic Copper Queen Mine, Bisbee has a preserved turn-of-the-century downtown inhabited by artists, antique shops, and according to locals ghosts!
More than 130 years after its founding in 1877, the Town Too Tough to Die – home of the famed gunfight at the OK Corral is still alive and well and lined with old saloons, candy shops, and gift stores.
The perfect shoppers' paradise with over 80 galleries and shops that feature hand-crafted items, sculpture, paintings, clothing, and some of Southern Arizona's best import shops.
The highest point in the Santa Catalina Mountains, Mt. Lemmon sits at 9,157 ft. above sea-level. Ski Valley near Summerhaven is the southernmost ski location in the continental United States.
Just steps outside the Lodge courtyard. Take a look around
with this map!
Explore the surrounding natural desert or experience a peaceful moment in the labrinth. Anytime.
Combine the clear, dark skies over Tucson with a very large telescope and you are in stargazer's heaven! By appointment, all year.
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All Souls Procession
Myriads of installation art, altars, performers, and creative expressions make this possibly the most important, inclusive, and authentic public ceremony in North America. Annually in early November.
Since 1925, one of the top 25 professional rodeo events in North America. Annually in February.
Tucson Gem & Mineral Show
The world meets in Tucson as tens of thousands of buyers & sellers at more than 40 sites around town turn Tucson into an international marketplace.
Annually in February.
Tucson Meet Yourself
A festival featuring local, ethnic, and native music, food, dance, and art. Annually in October.
El Tour de Tucson
Attracts over 9,000 cyclists from throughout the United States and beyond. Annually the Saturday before Thanksgiving.
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