11570 North Oracle Road Tucson, AZ 85737 +1 520 628 5798
Located about 12 miles north of the city on Arizona Highway 77 (Oracle Road), this park affords the best views of the canyons and domes of the Catalina Mountains. A multitude of birds, snakes and lizards inhabit the lower regions, while deer and bighorn sheep roam the high country. The park offers an interpretive trail of an ancient Hohokam village. Picnicking and camping facilities are available.
201 North Court Avenue Tucson, AZ 85701 +1 520 623 6024
Old Town Artisans is a place not to be missed when sightseeing in downtown Tucson. The old adobe structure in the historic Presidio district invites visitors to explore its shops, galleries and restaurants, or to just sit and relax in the wonderful courtyard shaded by palm trees. It's a kind of art shopping center catering to tourists eagerly looking for souvenirs from the Southwest. In fact, it offers everything from Navajo rugs to dried prickly pear jam.
6070 North Oracle Road (Casa Blanca Plaza) Tucson, AZ 85704 +1 520 544 9466
Looking for images of the Southwest to decorate your home? Craig Fine Arts has a large collection of traditional Western and wildlife art, featuring local and nationally known artists, bronzes and terra cotta sculptures as well as watercolors, oil, acrylics, pastels and fine etchings. The owner also offers custom framing at very reasonable prices. This is a great place to find a souvenir from the West that will last you a lifetime.
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.
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.
414 North Toole Avenue Southern Arizona Transportation Museum Tucson, AZ 85701 +1 520 623 2223
The steam rail locomotive is the Southern Pacific 1673 which was born in Tuscon. The arrival of the railroad marks the rail history of Tuscon. The railroad today is present as a heritage in the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum. 20th March of every year is celebrated as a festival at this museum as it is the day of the rails. The best known preserve of this museum is the Southern Pacific Locomotive 1673 and is a great place to visit and view the historical preserve of Tuscon.
1105 East Irene Street Pearce, AZ 85625 +1 520 826 3412
Shadow Mountain Golf Club is located in the rural high desert country of Sunsites. The course features an 18-hole, par-72 golf course located between the historic "Cochise Stronghold" in the Dragoon Mountains and the "Wonderland Rocks". Surrounded by the majestic beauty of the Chiricahua Mountains, this semi-private course features a 72-par with 6,632 yards on the longest tees. The vast amount of amenities and great service make the course feel like a second home, and it offers the best of scenic beauty and casual comfort in southeast Arizona.
A place dedicated to the work of well known Tucson
artist Diana Madaras, this gallery showcases originals, prints, calendars and note cards in an intimate setting. Her paintings, which have been exhibited in the Tucson Museum of Art as ...
This is Tucson's main venue for the performing arts, home
of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra and the Arizona Opera, as well as the locale for pop music concerts, sports events and major trade conventions. A typical result of 1970s ...
Tucson Puppet Works has quickly become one of the centers
of activity in the Downtown Arts District. It is run by a collective of puppeteers who provide entertainment for adults and kids alike in regular puppet shows. Come to ...