Saguaro National Park

Unless you're ready for a long desert hike, the best way to see Saguaro is from the comfort of your car.

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  • 1. Arizona–Sonora Desert Museum

    Westside | Museum/Gallery

    The name "museum" is a bit misleading, since this delightful site is actually a zoo, aquarium, and botanical garden featuring the animals, plants...Read More

  • 2. Colossal Cave Mountain Park

    Eastside | Cave

    This limestone grotto 20 miles east of Tucson is the largest dry cavern in the world. Guides discuss the fascinating crystal formations and...Read More

  • 3. Junior Ranger Program

    Tour–Sight

    In the Junior Ranger Discovery program, young visitors can pick up an activity pack any time of the year at either visitor center and complete...Read More

  • 4. Old Tucson

    Westside | Film Studio

    This film studio–theme park, originally built for the 1940 motion picture Arizona, has been used to shoot countless movies, such as Rio Bravo...Read More

  • 5. Signal Hill

    Geological Site

    The most impressive petroglyphs, and the only ones with explanatory signs, are on the Bajada Loop Drive in Saguaro West. An easy five-minute...Read More

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