Things To Do In Tucson

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Here are our recommendations for the best Things To Do In Tucson, plus a very brief history & links to the best Tucson Dining & Annual Events. 

In addition to the Main Menu above, you can use the Metropolitan Tucson Hot Spots Map below to navigate to places of interest around the City. Just place your cursor over any hot spot. An Options Balloon will pop up. Click on the option of your choice. If you are having trouble clicking from Internet Explorer, viewing the spots,or just don't like the map.. Click here for an Alternate Pop up Map.

Metro Tucson

Metropolitan Tucson has about a million residents, but the population increases dramatically between December and March when Snow Birds fly south to enjoy our pleasant winter. Tucson loves Snow Birds. We have a thriving tourist industry and some of the finest resorts & golf courses on Planet Earth. Read More

White Stallion Ranch: Best Southern Arizona Guest Ranches

White Stallion Guest Rooms

We were cruising Twin Peaks Road through the pass that separates the city from the desert when we happened across a sign that read: “White Stallion Guest Ranch”. I had read that this is one of Southern Arizona’s best guest ranches. We did a quick U-turn and followed the signs down the unpaved road for about a mile.

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DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun


Ted DeGrazia was a world-renowned artist who, with his Native American friends, built one of the world’s most unique art galleries to showcase his work. However you describe his art, I’m sure your visit to the DeGrazia Gallery In The Sun in Northeast Tucson will be a most interesting and enjoyable outing.

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Arizona State Museum


The Arizona State Museum celebrates the cultures of the Southwest. Native American blankets, baskets, and pottery. One of the finest collections of gems and minerals anywhere. While located just inside the University of Arizona campus just inside Main Gate, it is not part of the University but a State Museum. … Continue reading