14000 North Dove Mountain Boulevard Marana, AZ 85653 +1 520 744 2555
The winner of several prestigious awards, this scenic golf course is located mere 20 miles from Tucson. Boasting two golf courses, called north and south for their directions, they have 18 holes each. This is one of the rare golf courses in the place with the holes spread over the heights and otherwise, that lets the members of the club rub shoulders with the professionals who come to practice there. On site, is a club house called Gallery, where you can rest your weary toes after a game in one of its lounges or bars. There is a restaurant to satiate your hunger. Gallery Golf also encourages other sports like tennis and has a gym to ensures that the members stay fit. All in all, this is a grand place to spend a day in.
12200 East Tanque Verde Road Tucson, AZ 85749 +1 520 977 6615
Hummer Tours of Tucson is here to provide you with a fun and unique way to see and explore beautiful Southern Arizona. Whether you are visiting the area, or call the Sonoran Desert home, Hummer Tours of Tucson can find an adventure perfect for you. They offer many different trails to choose from ranging from easy trails to take in the scenery to some of the most rugged terrain that will put your Hummer and its off road capabilities to the test.
N Secrect Canyon Drive & N Alvernon Way Tucson, AZ 85718 +1 520 624 1817
Finger Rock Trail is a pretty fair climb, but it's worth all the sweating and panting it requires: the vistas from different vantage points are simply stunning. Once you're past the trail head on Alvernon Way, you'll encounter a fork giving you the choice between the Finger Rock and the Pontatoc Trail. The Finger Rock Trail climbs about 4,000 feet in elevation, stretched over approximately five miles. The hike takes you along the saguaros, prickly pears and ocotillos of the Sonoran Desert vegetation zone up to the jagged, pine-covered peaks of the Catalina Mountains
1045 North Kolb Road Tucson, AZ 85710 +1 520 721 2300
Ambassador Travel tour operator specializes in the American West and Mexico, offering city tours of Tucson as well as trips to the mining areas of Southern Arizona and the spectacular Copper Canyon in Northern Mexico. Of special interest to Tucson visitors would be the day trip to the missions established by Father Kino in Sonora, just south of the Arizona-Mexican border.
2100 North Amerind Road Dragoon, AZ 85609 +1 520 586 3666
Located off Interstate 10 about an hour east of Tucson between Benson and Willcox in the beautiful Dragoon Mountains, The Amerind Foundation is one of the best places in the West to learn about American Indian archeology, arts and culture. It also serves as a research institute for the study of indigenous culture, with a large library and archive section. Interpretive Exhibits of archaeological finds display the entire range of Native art from Anasazi pottery to Navajo rugs. Credits cards are accepted at the museum store only. Picnic grounds are on site.
7000 East Tanque Verde Road Suite 16 Tucson, AZ 85715 +1 520 722 7798
With 10,000 square feet, Medicine Man Gallery is one of the biggest galleries of the far East, and the only one in Tucson featuring monumental works on display in a sculpture garden. There is a variety of Native American jewelry, pottery, basketry and a fine collection of Navajo rugs. The place also showcases the works of potter Maria Martinez and the works of renowned Western artist Maynard Dixon.
8900 East 29th Street Tucson, AZ 85710 +1 520 298 2401
Designed by William F. Bell, ASGCA, the Rolling Hills golf course opened in 1971. The 18-hole "Rolling Hills" course at the Rolling Hills Golf Course facility in Tucson, Arizona features 4,146 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 63. The course rating is 58.4, and it features a slope rating of 84.
12000 East Tanque Verde Road Tucson, AZ 85749 +1 520 749 4001
Forty Niner Country Club is an upscale, semi-private facility designed by William Francis Bell, a prominent golf course architect during the 1950s and 60s. Forty Niner golf course is known for its lush, mature landscaping and excellent course conditioning. It is lined with mesquite, giant cottonwood, eucalyptus and weeping willow trees. The course opened in 1961 and, though not as demanding as modern golf course architecture, the tree-lined fairways and tightly guarded doglegs pose the same challenges they did more than 35 years ago when the club hosted the PGA Tour's Tucson Open.
950 North Cherry Avenue Highway 86 and Junction 386 Tucson, AZ 86534 +1 520 318 8726
Southern Arizona's clear skies are ideal to host the world's largest observatory. Located 56 miles southwest of Tucson on top of a rugged mountain range, Kitt Peak features the world's largest collection of telescopes and frequently contributes to important astronomical discoveries. The observatory is open to the public.
3199 North Reservation Road Marana, AZ 85653 +1 520 682 8594
Cocoraque Ranch offers a true slice of the old west on their 16,000 acre working cattle ranch. Located just west of the Desert Museum, they offer trail rides seven days a week by appointment, out in the beautiful Sonoran Desert. They have horses suited to all levels of riders, and offer basic to advanced rides ranging from one hour to all day. They are also able to arrange cattle drives for groups of ten or more. Reservations are required.
A place dedicated to the work of well known Tucson
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This is Tucson's main venue for the performing arts, home
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