For many years, we at Southern Arizona Guide have recommended Tucson Attractions Alliance Passport (aka Book of Fun) to our visitors. It's consistently the best deal in town. You buy a Passport for $22 or by a 3 day or 7-day pass. You take it to participating area attractions and get 2 for the price of 1 admissions and other discounts. On average, if you go to just two attractions using your Passport, you've more than paid for it. That leaves dozens of other attractions for which admissions are half price. Total savings: over $500. We always buy a couple for visiting friends and family.
This edition of Tucson Attractions Passport has over 80 two-for-one admissions and other discounts at attractions such as Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum; Tohono Chul Park; Biosphere 2; The Amerind Museum; Flandrau Auditorium; Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures; Golf N Stuff, The OK Corral, Tombstone and many many more.
What A Great Gift !
It’s not only a great gift idea, but it’s also a handy pocket or mobile phone-size resource, providing street and website addresses, phone numbers, locator maps, hours of operation, and QR codes that can take you directly to more information about each attraction.
Where Can I Get A Passport?
The Tucson Attractions Passport is available online at www.TucsonAttractions.com or you can pick one up at the Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance Sales Office, 660 S. Country Club Road, or the Tucson Heritage and Visitor Center. You can also pick one up at many area attractions, Southern Arizona Chambers of Commerce, museums and hotels (see website for listing) and don’t forget you can also download the new Passport to your smartphone!
Group/bulk discounts are also available. Please call (520) 499-2662 or email info@TucsonPassport.com. The 2021-2022 Tucson Attractions Passport, which is valid through Sept. 15, 2022, is produced by the Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance, a nonprofit organization dedicated to marketing attractions in Southern Arizona.
Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance: 660 S. County Club Rd., Tucson