Let Tucson Capture Your Imagination
Tucson is widely known as a winter escape. Somewhere that allows you to get out and explore under Arizona sunshine, or simply unwind and relax in luxurious accommodations. But what many don't know is that Tucson is a hub of history, culture, and creativity that has long attracted curious and wanderlust travelers from across the globe.
Meandering through outdoor museums, parks, and gardens that let you connect with nature in entirely new ways. Delving deep into space, science, and technology to awaken your inner scholar. Walking through history at heritage sites that reveal the secrets and mysteries of the Southwest. Tucson has many attractive options to broaden your horizons and let your imagination run wild.
For the seekers and the savants who travel for more than just a vacation, Tucson invites you to explore and expand.
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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.
Travel through Southern Arizona's rich history with Spanish-colonial missions, indigenous sites, historical landmarks, and cultural museums. Tucson brings new meaning to the phrase, "What's old is new".
Combine the University of Arizona, dark skies, a unique desert environment, and a community that is known for being curious, and you get Tucson. A center for innovation that loves to share knowledge with our guests. From observatories to aerospace museums and beyond, you won't leave without learning something new.
Tucson’s culinary history goes back thousands of years and our local restaurants are still finding new ways to share unique regional flavors with their guests. Learn more about the City of Gastronomy and see why our food scene is being talked about around the world.
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.