The bustling city of Tucson houses more than a million people, an array of natural resources and countless activity and entertainment options. But unless you know where to go, The Old Pueblo can be daunting. These resources will help you plan your trip...
- Tucson Visitors’ Bureau
This website has information about hotels, restaurants, attractions and more.
- Discover Southern Arizona
Features a downloadable map of attractions as well as lists and addresses.
- Tucson on the Cheap
This website compiles a list of upcoming deals around Tucson.
- City of Tucson events calendar
Check out upcoming events in the Tucson area.
- University of Arizona events calendar
A calendar of upcoming events at the university
- Arizona Daily Star calendar
Events listings from the city’s daily newspaper, the Arizona Daily Star
- Tucson Metromix
Features a database of Tucson restaurants, as well as a nightlife and happy hour calendar
- Sierra Club Tucson Trail Guide
This website includes hike descriptions, directions, pictures and more.
- Tucson Convention Center
Features a calendar of upcoming events at the Fox Theatre, Tucson Convention center and the Tucson Music Hall.
- Old Tucson Studios
Visit and purchase tickets for this old west theme park.
- Tohono Chul Park
This 49-acre desert preserve has three art galleries, a restaurant, gift shops and multiple gardens.
- Arizona Sonora Desert Museum
The museum is a botanical garden, zoo, natural history museum and more.
- Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block
This is Southern Arizona’s largest museum, featuring contemporary art as well as a collection of Latin American pieces.
- San Xavier del Bac Mission
This Catholic church in the Tohono O’odham nation has been labeled the “Sistine Chapel of North America.”