Tucson lies at an intersection of cultures in the midst of landscape that is unlike any other. With the awe-inspiring surroundings of the Sonoran Desert and a long legacy of welcoming those who wander, Tucson and Southern Arizona beckons travelers to let go and discover something entirely new.
From historical attractions that tell stories written over thousands of years to winding desert trails that provide peace and adventure all at once, this Cultural Landscape was made to be explored.
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Travel Through Tucson's Rich History. Arizona only became a state in 1912, and the region—formerly part of Mexico—wasn't even a U.S. territory until the 1840s...
Southern Arizona looms large in the history of the Old West. From ghost towns to dude ranches, if you're ready to saddle up and explore, there's no better place to start...
See why our region is one of the most bio-diverse places on earth at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Explore aerospace innovations at the Pima Air & Space Museum. Our top-rated attractions let you soak up the sun AND the fun with the whole family.
Hike through mind-blowing landscapes. Spot rare species of birds and other animals. Climb to scenic vistas to watch the sunset. Reset, reconnect, and find freedom in wide-open spaces. The great outdoors don't get much greater than this.
Tucson’s culinary history goes back for thousands of years and our local restaurants are still finding new ways to share unique regional flavors with their guests. Find local options for dine-in, take-out, and delivery. And with Tucson’s signature warm weather, outdoor dining is always on the menu.
Visit Tucson is committed to promoting responsible travel to our region. We encourage travelers to follow all health and safety protocols and be aware of current CDC and local guidelines. For more information and resources please visit our COVID-19 Resources page.