Situated about an hour north of the Mexican border, Tucson and its surrounding areas have been settled since at least 2100 BCE, and still bears evidence of early adobe homes. The city is home to the Tucson Rodeo, a week-long sorting and Western cultural event in early February, as well as the All Souls Procession, one of the largest Day of the Dead celebrations in the United States. Old Tucson Studios is a continuously-operating movie studio and set as well as a Western theme park, and history buffs will be interested in the Titan Missile Museum, the last intact Cold War-era Titan nuclear missile silo in the United States. Eco-conscious visitors can also stop by Biosphere 2, a 3-acre education facility housing a climate-controlled tropical environment.
The Tucson Zoo was unofficially established by Gene Reid in 1965, it was officially organized in 1967. The Tucson Zoo covers 17 acres which is operated...
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