The Other Side of Summer
Turn your Summer from average to awesome with a stay in Tucson
Summer Is Chill in Tucson
Summer might be over, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop. Take a look at special offers from Visit Tucson partner businesses.
Resorts & Spas
Leave your cares behind at our everything-at-your-fingertips resorts and spas. Bond with family on a lazy river or winding waterslide, then refresh with prickly-pear margaritas and Sonoran-style shaved ices. Or reward yourselves with botanical treatments and wellness adventures at our two different celebrity-endorsed destination spas.
Hotels, B&Bs, Ranches
From the best national brands to unique historical charmers, Tucson hotels, bed-and-breakfasts, and guest ranches offer out-of-the-ordinary city escapes. Take a respite and check out the sights, entertainment, and culinary wonders in midtown Tucson and beyond.
Find exciting and educational stops all over town. From the scientific to the artistic, Tucson has a long list of must-see family-friendly attractions with plenty of options to keep the gang saying "cool".
Whet your appetite for summer sustenance with cool cocktails and creative craft brews from Tucson's eclectic mix of bars and restaurants. When the weather heats up, these mixology maestros know how to keep it chill. Explore our luscious food and drink choices.
For recreation outdoors, some folks run for the hills when summer hits. The higher altitudes (Say what? 9,159’ Mt. Lemmon elevation!) just outside city limits offer some of the coolest summer activities. But stick around for Tucson’s fifth season (mid-to-late summer, a favorite of bird-watchers) to see epic thunderstorms turn the desert lowlands fifty shades of green.
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