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Tucson

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.


What to Do in Tucson

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Arizona State Museum
The Arizona State Museum is the biggest and longest running anthropology museum in the Southwest. It was established by the Arizona Territorial Legislature...
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Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
The Arizona_Sonora Desert Museum was established in 1952. It covers an area of 98 acres located in Tucson, Arizona. It has a museum and walking paths...
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Biosphere 2
The Biosphere 2 is a research facility for Earth Systems Science. The research facility is currently owned by the University of Arizona since 2011. It...
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Your price: $96
Catalina State Park
The Catalina State Park and its surrounding area have evidence that it has been continuously occupied by the Hohokam people since 5000 BCE. The state park...
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Children's Museum Tucson
The Children’s Museum Tucson opened its doors in 1986 utilizing a room building at Ft. Lowell Park. It was in 1991 that it moved to the historic Carnegie...
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DeGrazia Gallery In the Sun
The first DeGrazia Gallery building was built in 1944 which was located on the corner of Prince and Campbell Road. It was replaced by the museum that was...
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Etherton Gallery
The Etherton Gallery was established in 1981. It focuses on the 19th, 20th century and Contemporary Fine Art Photography. It is one of the leading galleries...
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Franklin Auto Museum
The Franklin Auto Museum established by Thomas Hubbard situated in Tucson, Arizona. The museum continuously collects classical Franklin automobiles. The...
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Your price: $10
Funtasticks Family Fun Park
The Funtasticks family Fun Park offers Go Karts, other rides, attractions, arcade games and other family fun. The other rides and attractions include the...
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Gene C. Reid Park
The Gene C. Reid Park is the largest park in Tucson. It is comprised of a zoo, a bandstand, a lake and the Hi Corbett field baseball stadium and lots of...
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Houston's Horseback Riding
The Houston’s Horseback Riding offers hours of fun in the beautiful trail rides and horsemanship classes. Its location is on the east of Tucson on the...
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International Wildlife Museum
The International Wildlife Museum was established in 1988. It is devoted to promoting appreciation and education of a wide variety of wildlife in the world....
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Your price: $28
Madaras Gallery
The Madaras Gallery showcases the works of the widely recognized painter, Diana Madaras. It features only the exclusive works of Diana Madaras and has...
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Old Tucson Studios
Old Tucson Studios is a theme park and movie studio that was constructed in 1939 for the movie Arizona. Its location is west of Tucson, Arizona, near west...
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Your price: $33.9
Pima Air & Space Museum
The Pima Air & Space Museum is one of the biggest air and space museums In the world, and the biggest privately funded aviation museum. The museum covers...
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Your price: $74.5
Sabino Canyon
The Sabino Canyon started twelve million years ago with the formation of the Santa Catalina Mountains. It is a significant canyon which is situated on...
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Settlers West Galleries
The Settlers West Galleries have been entertaining the public with fascinating exhibits for more than forty years. It has been showcasing the finest wildlife...
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The Mini-Time Machine
The Mini-Time Machine was established from the creative minds of the Founders, Patricia and Walter Arnell. Patricia has become fond of miniatures since...
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Your price: $34
Tucson Botanical Garden
The Tucson Botanical Garden was originally established by the collector and horticulturist, Harrison G. Yocum. It is comprised of sixteen residentially...
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Tucson Mountain Park
The Tucson Mountain Park was established on April 1929. To oversee the park, the Pima County Parks Commission was formed along with C. B. Brown as its...
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Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block
The Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block was founded in 1924 and was formerly named as the Tucson Fine Arts Association. Its location is in the El...
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Your price: $30
Tucson Zoo
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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