Tucson Sights

Central Tucson—which has most of the shops, restaurants, and businesses—is roughly bounded by Craycroft Road to the east, Oracle Road to the west, River Road to the north, and 22nd Street to the south. The older Downtown section, east of Interstate 10 off the Broadway-Congress exit, is smaller and easy to navigate on foot. Downtown streets don't run on any sort of grid, however, and many are

one way, so it's best to get a good, detailed map. The city's Westside area is the vast region west of Interstates 10 and 19, which includes the western section of Saguaro National Park and the San Xavier Indian Reservation.

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Santa Cruz River & River Park

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When Europeans arrived in what is now Arizona, the Santa Cruz River had wide banks suitable for irrigation; over time its banks have...

The Mini Time Machine

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When Pat Arnell began collecting miniatures in the late 1970s, she probably didn't imagine that her hobby would eventually outgrow her...

Titan Missile Museum

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Now a National Historic Landmark, the Titan Missile Museum makes for a sobering visit. During the Cold War, Tucson was ringed by 18 of...

Tohono Chul Park

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A 48-acre desert garden retreat designed to promote the conservation of arid regions, Tohono Chul—"desert corner" in the language of...

Tubac Presidio Park and Museum

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There's an archaeological display of portions of the original 1752 fort at this museum, run by volunteers of the Tubac Historical Society.

Tucson Botanical Gardens

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The five acres are home to a variety of experiences: a tropical greenhouse; a sensory garden, where you can touch and smell the plants...

Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block

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The five historic buildings on this block are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. You can tour La Casa Cordova, the Stevens...

Tumacácori National Historic Park

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Encompassing mission ruins, the church of San Jose de Tumacácori, and a portion of the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail,...

University of Arizona Museum of Art

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This small campus museum houses a collection of more than 6,000 artworks, mainly European and American paintings from the Renaissance...

Old Pueblo Trolley

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You can ride historic electric trolleys through the streets of Tucson along University Boulevard and 4th Avenue past shops and restaurants...


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