Attractions Passport

Explore Tucson & Southern Arizona Attractions with the Book of Fun

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 Passport offers the same commitment: with this book, you're ready to explore the best of what Southern Arizona has to offer visitors.

Filled with deals you can't get anywhere else, you can take in the stars at Flandrau Science Center & Planetarium or experience one of America's best zoos at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Get behind the cockpits of the Pima Air and Space Museum or take in art in a variety of forms at DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun, Madaras Gallery, the Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures, and the Tucson Museum of Art, just to name a few. Get ready for a Southern Arizona adventure by checking out our list of all 100 participating attractions

Whether this is your first time in Tucson or you're a lifelong resident, the Tucson Attractions Passport is a guidebook to a world of opportunities. The savings are great, but what you'll really take away are the memories.

 

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PRO TIP—We recommend you purchase one passport for every two people in your party (since many of the discounts are buy-one-get-one-free deals, you don't want anyone in your group to be left out of the savings).

Want more examples of where you'll save?

How about the University of Arizona Museum of Art located on the University of Arizona campus. With the purchase of a general admission, you'll get a complimentary entry admission ticket. Atop Mt. Lemmon, over 9,000 feet above sea level, Ski Valley (the southernmost place to ski in the United States) offers "sky rides" with panoramic views of the Santa Catalina Mountains and the desert floor below. Buy one ski-ride, get another one of equal or lesser value for free...only with the Tucson Attractions Passport.

That's just the beginning: the OK Corral in Tombstone, the Arizona State Museum and Biosphere 2 and so much more.

Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance

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