Tucson Botanical Gardens
2150 N Alvernon Way, Tucson
Burle Marx The tropics of Brazil, in Tucson? Tucson Landscape designer, Jason Isenberg and his team at REALM will transform over 2,000 square feet of the Exhibition Garden into a modernist garden – with a southwest twist. The temporary display garden will highlight asymmetric forms, color and definition that define …Continue reading
Tumacácori National Historical Park
1517 E Frontage Rd, tumacacori
Remain with the guide as long as you like, up to 3 hours or as long as birds are active. Walking takes place on and off trail in varied habitats. Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring water. Binoculars available for loan.
Tour Tucson’s historic downtown, eclectic 4th Ave, and University of Arizona campus. Learn about places know mostly to locals, historically significant spots, as well as cool shops and fabulous dining opportunities. All from the comfort of a climate-controlled trolley. We make a couple of stops for photo ops and restroom …Continue reading
Tour Tucson’s historic downtown, eclectic 4th Ave, and University of Arizona campus. Learn about places known mostly to locals, historically significant spots, as well as cool shops and fabulous dining opportunities. All from the comfort of a climate-controlled trolley. We make a couple of stops for photo ops and restroom …Continue reading
Philabaum Glass Gallery will welcome Montana Artist Richard Parrish on Saturday, February 8th for the opening of an exhibition featuring his exquisite works “Tapestries in Glass”. Parrish is an artist and educator who works in kilnformed glass. His tapestry collection is widely recognized for “their intricate patterns and colors. Inspired …Continue reading
The Steam Pump Ranch links past and present culture, providing a pleasant outdoor venue for the Second Saturdays at the Oro Valley Farmers Market. The monthly event features live music, an open air market and kids’ activities, presented by the Town of Oro Valley and Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural …Continue reading
The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures
4455 E. Camp Lowell Drive, Tucson
Kids Create is a monthly drop-in make and take art program for elementary-school aged kids. Join us the second Saturdays of the month from 12pm–3pm to make a different project to take home. Included with museum admission. Free for Museum Members. Schedule of projects and more information can be found …Continue reading
Every second Saturday, the Museum hosts two local arts groups at the Museum for FREE hands-on fun from 5:30-8 pm. Enjoy our beautiful courtyard, or step inside for some play-based learning. The first 400 people who attend will get a pass for one free visit to the museum. Thanks to …Continue reading
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