Come out and enjoy Sierra Vista Art in the Park, an outdoor fair with juried artists and food vendors, sponsored by Huachuca Art Association at Veteran's Memorial Park, today and tomorrow! - http://bit.ly/1j6DO57 #FreeYourself
A little while back there was a post regarding a local farm east of Tucson with a corn maze. I can't find the post on your page. Could you please share the link or possible the name of the farm? Thanks!
A Tucson treasure: The Loft Cinema has been chosen by the Art House Convergence as one of 23 Sundance Institute Art House Project theaters, designed to recognize theaters in North America that embody a benchmark of excellence in programming, community involvement and operations: http://tinyurl.com/o8bkmqq
Jonathan's Cork restaurant hosts its annual chili cook-off tomorrow at 12p.m. Come taste chili made by chefs from 10 Tucson Originals restaurants. 100% of the proceeds benefit "Send a Kid to Camp." - http://bit.ly/1gJW96b
The 3rd Annual Trail Dust Town Oktoberfest will be held this Friday, October 2nd at 5pm. Enjoy craft beer from six local breweries, live music by The Bouncing Czechs and German-themed food by Pinnacle Peak will be available outside in the courtyard. - http://bit.ly/1gJTWb9
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I found something out about myself on Sunday, March 25, 2012: I am not a runner.
Let me back up a bit and explain. My good friend Matt, who had enough with his sedentary lifestyle, joined ...
Tucson Attractions Passport
$400 in savings for $20
The best thing a passport does for you is act as a doorway to new adventures, a ticket to a path waiting to be explored. The Tucson Attractions Savings Passport offers the same guarantee: with this book, you’re ready to explore the best of what Southern Arizona has to offer.
Whether this is your first time in Tucson or you’re a lifelong resident, the Tucson Attractions Savings Passport is a guidebook to a world of opportunities. The savings are great, but what you’ll really take away are the memories.
Enjoy your Southern Arizona adventure!
● Get the Free App—Download the Passport for free, browse the offers and purchase with PayPal or credit card to start exploring the attractions while saving money! (how cool is that?).
● Pick One Up in Person—Get the whole enchilada (we love our enchiladas) printed, bound, and ready to go for $20 at our Visitor Center or another Tucson Attractions Passport purchase location.
● Purchase Online—We recommend you purchase one passport for every two people in your party.
What Kind of Discounts & Special Offers?
A lot of the deals in the Tucson Attractions Passport are 2-for-1 admissions, but there are tons of other coupons, too. Deals this year include:
2-for-1 Admission Offers
Arizona History Museum
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
Arizona State Museum
ASARCO Mineral Discovery Center
Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum
Children’s Museum Tucson
Cocoraque Ranch & Pavilion
Downtown History Museum
Fort Lowell Museum
Fox Tucson Theatre
Funtasticks Family Fun Park
Golf ‘N Stuff
International Wildlife Museum
Jewish History Museum
Kino Sports Complex
Kitt Peak National Observatory
Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley
O.K. Corral Famous Gunfight Site
Pima Air & Space Museum
Pima County Fair
Reid Park Zoo
Richard F. Caris Mirror Lab (fka Steward Observatory Mirror Lab Tours)
The Mini-Time Machine Museum of Miniatures
The University of Arizona Museum of Art
Titan Missile Museum
Tombstone State Historic Courthouse
Tubac Presidio State Historic Park
Tucson Botanical Gardens
Tucson Desert Art Museum
Tucson Museum of Art
Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum
Tucson Symphony Orchestra
Boothill Graveyard & Gift Shop
Carnival of Illusion
Catalina State Park
Colossal Cave Mountain Park
DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun
Main Gate Square
Mission San Xavier del Bac
Musselman Honda Circuit
Patagonia Lake State Park
Picacho Peak State Park
Postal History Foundation
Roper Lake State Park
Sentinel Carriage Company
Sonoran Glass School
Southern Arizona Transportation Museum
Tohono O’odham Nation Cultural Center and Museum
Tombstone Epitaph Newspaper Museum
Tucson Visitor’s Center
Tumacacori National Historical Park
See the passport for more details. For more information on any of the attractions go to tucsonattractions.com. Current Passport expires September 15, 2016.
The Tucson Attractions Passport is currently available online and at the Foothills Mall, La Encantada, and the Tucson Visitor Centers. The following locations have the Passport for sale. Please call ahead to confirm availability.