For many years, Southern Arizona Guide has recommended the Tucson Attractions Passport (aka Book of Fun) to our visitors. It’s consistently the best deal in town. The 25th Anniversary Edition of the Saving Passport for 2023 – 2024 is available now and good through 2024. So if you are going to do things around Southern Arizona this year and next, be sure to get a SAAA Passport Book of Fun.
Here’s how it works.
Purchase an Annual Passport for $25, a 3-day pass for $12, or a 7-day pass for $18. Then take it to a participating Arizona Attraction and get your discount, a 2 for the price of 1 admission or other discount. On average, if you go to just two attractions using your Passport, you have more than paid for the cost of the Passport, leaving dozens of other attractions for which the admission is half-price. You could save over $600. We always buy a couple for visiting friends and family.
This 25th Anniversary edition of the Tucson Attractions Passport has over 100 two-for-one admissions and other discounts.
Save at some of the following attractions:
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
Tohono Chul Park
The Amerind Museum
Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures
Golf N Stuff
The OK Corral Tombstone
and many, many more.
It’s a Great Gift, “Tucson Best Stocking Stuffer!”
It’s not only a great gift idea any time of the year, especially holidays, 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 You Get A Passport?
The Tucson Attractions Passport is available online at www.TucsonAttractions.com or at the Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance, located at 64 W. Broadway
or visit the Southern Arizona Heritage and Visitor Center, located in the Old Courthouse on Church St. (It’s the building with the magnificent tiled dome.) You can also pick one up at one of the participating attractions, Southern Arizona Chambers of Commerce, Southern Arizona Visitor Centers, and many other locations. See the Tucson Attractions website for all the locations You can also download their new Digital Passport to your smartphone!
Group discounts are also available. Please call (520) 499-2662 or email sales@TucsonAttractions.com.The 2023-2024 Tucson Attractions Passport is valid through the last day of 2024.
The Passport is produced by the Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance, a nonprofit organization dedicated to marketing attractions in Southern Arizona. The SAAA is sponsored by Visit Tucson and the University of Arizona Attractions.