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Tubac Presidio State Historic Park
1 Burruel St
85646
Come to Tubac and experience 2000 years of Southwest history! We showcase every culture (Native American Spanish Mexican Pioneer American and Arizonian) with award-winning artifacts and displays to bring those 2000 years of history to life. See Arizona's first printing press our original 1885 school house an archaeological display of Presidio ruins temporary exhibits and programs on all aspects of Arizona history a picnic area and the Juan Bautista de Anza Trailhead. Open daily 9 a.m.-5 p.m. closed Christmas Day. Admission $5 adults; $2 Youth (7-13); children FREE.

Come to Tubac and experience 2000 years of Southwest history! We showcase every culture (Native American Spanish Mexican Pioneer American and Arizonian) with award-winning artifacts and displays to bring those 2000 years of history to life. See Arizona's first printing press our original 1885 school house an archaeological display of Presidio ruins temporary exhibits and programs on all aspects of Arizona history a picnic area and the Juan Bautista de Anza Trailhead. Open daily 9 a.m.-5 p.m. closed Christmas Day. Admission $5 adults; $2 Youth (7-13); children FREE.

(520) 398-2252
Casino Del Sol Resort Spa and Conference Center
5655 W. Valencia Rd.

85757

Slot machines bingo. Buffet snack bar. Located five minutes west of I-19 off Valencia Rd. Transportation available. Other locations: Casino Del Sol 5655 W. Valencia Rd. 838-6508.

520-838-6506
The Arizona Experience
Celebrate Arizona?s centennial with a journey through time and terrain. Unlock a treasure trove of trivia discover new places and relive our rugged past using interactive maps and timelines. Get personal with oral histories and slide shows and experience the best of Arizona with 3D virtual tours offering everything from a soar over the Grand Canyon to a gallery of rare minerals.

Celebrate Arizona?s centennial with a journey through time and terrain. Unlock a treasure trove of trivia discover new places and relive our rugged past using interactive maps and timelines. Get personal with oral histories and slide shows and experience the best of Arizona with 3D virtual tours offering everything from a soar over the Grand Canyon to a gallery of rare minerals.

Silver Strike Winery
334 W Allen St
85638
Silver strike Winery and Tasting Room is located on Allen Street in the heart of historic Tombstone, AZ, just steps from the famous OK Corral. We feature Arizona wines made from Arizona grown grapes from vineyards located 50 miles east and west of Tombstone. In these vineyards grow many Mediterrean grape varietals, originating from Italy, France, Germany, Spain and Portugal.

Silver strike Winery and Tasting Room is located on Allen Street in the heart of historic Tombstone, AZ, just steps from the famous OK Corral. We feature Arizona wines made from Arizona grown grapes from vineyards located 50 miles east and west of Tombstone. In these vineyards grow many Mediterrean grape varietals, originating from Italy, France, Germany, Spain and Portugal.

(520) 678-8200
Carnival of Illusion
445 S Alvernon Way
85718
Laugh Have Fun and Celebrate a magical night out in Tucson with top-rated national award-winning entertainers Roland Sarlot and Susan Eyed. Enjoy a fun up-close Vaudeville-inspired illusion show in the style of classic entertainers such as Buster Keaton Mae West Gypsy Rose Lee and Harry Houdini. Carnival of Illusion is Magic Mystery and OOOH La La! Join them for an evening of Old-World Magic. A Must-See for Tourists and great for Date-Nights Anniversaries Celebrations or a Special Night Out. Bonus: On show nights for an additional price take part in a magical dining experience at the Doubletree Cactus Rose for a special three course prix fixe dinner menu for two. Due to the intimate nature of the boutique theater shows always sell out. Purchase tickets ahead of time. Join the beguiling romp around the world with an evening of Old-World Magic! For tickets and availability www.carnivalofillusion.com or call (520) 615-5299.; Laugh Have Fun and Celebrate in a boutique theater with the National Recipients for Excellence in Magic. The Carnival of Illusion Parlour Show presents

Laugh Have Fun and Celebrate a magical night out in Tucson with top-rated national award-winning entertainers Roland Sarlot and Susan Eyed. Enjoy a fun up-close Vaudeville-inspired illusion show in the style of classic entertainers such as Buster Keaton Mae West Gypsy Rose Lee and Harry Houdini. Carnival of Illusion is Magic Mystery and OOOH La La! Join them for an evening of Old-World Magic. A Must-See for Tourists and great for Date-Nights Anniversaries Celebrations or a Special Night Out. Bonus: On show nights for an additional price take part in a magical dining experience at the Doubletree Cactus Rose for a special three course prix fixe dinner menu for two. Due to the intimate nature of the boutique theater shows always sell out. Purchase tickets ahead of time. Join the beguiling romp around the world with an evening of Old-World Magic! For tickets and availability www.carnivalofillusion.com or call (520) 615-5299.; Laugh Have Fun and Celebrate in a boutique theater with the National Recipients for Excellence in Magic. The Carnival of Illusion Parlour Show presents

(520) 615-5299
Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Preserve
85624
This site contains the first two miles of permanent flow of Sonoita Creek and the floodplains adjacent to the stream. The site contains very high biodiversity values that are primarily focused on the riparian habitats along Sonoita Creek.

This site contains the first two miles of permanent flow of Sonoita Creek and the floodplains adjacent to the stream. The site contains very high biodiversity values that are primarily focused on the riparian habitats along Sonoita Creek.

(520) 394-2400
Hot Well Dunes Recreation Area
711 14th Ave
85546
Sound like a day at the beach? Well, actually, the sands at the Hot Well Dunes Recreation Area were a beach surrounding a lake approximately two million years ago. What remains today offers one of the most unique recreation spots in Arizona. Where else does the opportunity to ride in sand dunes and soak in relaxing hot tubs exist at the same location? However, please be considerate of your neighbors who may not be here to participate in the same activity as you. This is the only way this area will continue to be available to have fun in the sand, sun, and water.

Sound like a day at the beach? Well, actually, the sands at the Hot Well Dunes Recreation Area were a beach surrounding a lake approximately two million years ago. What remains today offers one of the most unique recreation spots in Arizona. Where else does the opportunity to ride in sand dunes and soak in relaxing hot tubs exist at the same location? However, please be considerate of your neighbors who may not be here to participate in the same activity as you. This is the only way this area will continue to be available to have fun in the sand, sun, and water.

(928) 348-4400
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
19 N 3rd St
85638
Open for services. Allow 30 minutes-1 hour.

Open for services. Allow 30 minutes-1 hour.

(520) 432-5402
Trail Dust Town
6541 E Tanque Verde Rd
85715
For over 50 years, Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse has served the good people of Tucson. Locally owned and operated, Pinnacle Peak takes great pride in serving real Western food in an authentic Old West atmosphere.

For over 50 years, Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse has served the good people of Tucson. Locally owned and operated, Pinnacle Peak takes great pride in serving real Western food in an authentic Old West atmosphere.

(520) 296-4551
Ft. Bowie National Historic Site
3203 S Old Fort Bowie Rd
85605
Fort Bowie commemorates the bitter conflict between Chiricahua Apaches and the U.S. military - a lasting monument to the bravery and endurance of U.S. soldiers in paving the way for settlement and the taming of the western frontier. It provides insight into a "clash of cultures," a young nation in pursuit of "manifest destiny," and the hunter/gatherer society fighting to preserve its existence.

Fort Bowie commemorates the bitter conflict between Chiricahua Apaches and the U.S. military - a lasting monument to the bravery and endurance of U.S. soldiers in paving the way for settlement and the taming of the western frontier. It provides insight into a "clash of cultures," a young nation in pursuit of "manifest destiny," and the hunter/gatherer society fighting to preserve its existence.

(520) 847-2500