10Best Tucson, AZ Attractions
Don't miss the Arizona-Sonoran Desert Museum, a unique attraction that celebrates the natural beauty and diversity of Tucson and the Sonoran Desert.
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With one of the best Mexican food scenes in the country, Tucson is no slouch when it comes to world-class salsa and tequila. This summer, Tucson visitors can sample some of the most unique salsas and tequila-based concoctions in the country during the Southern Arizona Arts & Culture Alliance's annual Salsa and Tequila Challenge. The event brings together the city's best chefs and mixologists for a one-of-kind culinary event. Read more »All New & Notable Tucson Attractions »
Located in the heart of Tucson's historic El Presidio district, the Tucson Museum of Art has been one of the city's top cultural attractions since it opened its doors in 1924. Now, the museum is celebrating the grand opening of a new Latin American art wing and sculpture garden. Visitors can get a close-up look at rare Pre-Columbian art as well as contemporary folk art from Latin America. Read more »All New & Notable Tucson Attractions »
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Tucson doesn't grab as many headlines as other travel destinations, but don't let that stop you from visiting the Old Pueblo. The city's southwestern spirit, cultural diversity and one-of-a-kind desert beauty are fertile ground for exploration. You'll find award-winning museums, a historic mission and even a national park within the city's borders. Outdoor enthusiasts will love the city's hiking trails, parks, extensive bike paths and amazing mountain views. Tucson is also a thriving college town, which means you'll find plenty of museums, galleries and other cultural attractions. For an easy tour of Tucson, get in the car and explore the city's historic downtown barrios, or simply take a sunset mountain drive over the mountains west of town.
- Tucson Expert Patricia Escarcega