See And Do
Tucson's premier shopping, dining and entertainment complex.
The star parties begin every evening at sunset as night settles over the Sonoran Desert. With exceptional, abundantly clear skies and the largest collection of research telescopes in the world, Tucson is the Astronomy Capital of the World.
The caverns were apparently unknown to man until 1974, when two amateur cavers found a narrow crack in the bottom of a sinkhole, and followed the source of warm, moist air toward what ended up being more than 2½ miles of pristine cave passages.
A drive on the Apache Trail is one of the most scenic drives near the Phoenix area. This well-travelled road affords you an incredible view of canyons, geologic formations, desert plants and trees, desert and lake views, and wildflowers in season.
A wealth of activities and experiences await you in Arizona's White Mountains. Venture here to enjoy the quiet beauty of this region and the cool, crisp mountain air.
Explore the Heard Museum’s rich history as one of the Phoenix area’s first cultural attractions, and see how the museum has grown to be one of the world’s finest destinations for learning about American Indian arts and cultures.
When you think of Arizona normally the statuesque Saguaro Cactus usually comes to mind. It stands tall as an iconic symbol of Arizona. In their masses, they typically form the backdrop for those good old cowboy films.
Charming and historic, the town of Bisbee is only 82 miles southeast of Tucson and worth a day trip or overnight.
The Shady Dell is in a word...unique! All of the “rooms” are actually separate, vintage aluminum travel trailers with an authentic 1950's Diner within wallking distance to each room.
Often referred to as 'The Boneyard', AMARG is an aerospace storage and maintenance facility adjoining Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, AZ.