Tucson Botanical Gardens
Address: 2150 N Alvernon Way
85712
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Short Business Description: An urban oasis of 5.5 acres with 17 residentially-scaled specialty gardens. The Gardens has a seasonal live tropical Butterfly Exhibit Butterfly Magic. Eclectic Gift Shop Monthly Rotating Art Exhibits Birdhouse Cafe Tours and Classes available. Open daily 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Admission: May through October pricing: $8 adults $7 senior/student/military $4 for children 4-12 and free for children under 4 and members. October through April pricing: $13 adult $12 senior/student/military $7.50 children 4 to 12 free to children under 4 and members (Includes entrance to Butterfly Magic) Memberships available. For more information visit our website.

An urban oasis of 5.5 acres with 17 residentially-scaled specialty gardens. The Gardens has a seasonal live tropical Butterfly Exhibit Butterfly Magic. Eclectic Gift Shop Monthly Rotating Art Exhibits Birdhouse Cafe Tours and Classes available. Open daily 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Admission: May through October pricing: $8 adults $7 senior/student/military $4 for children 4-12 and free for children under 4 and members. October through April pricing: $13 adult $12 senior/student/military $7.50 children 4 to 12 free to children under 4 and members (Includes entrance to Butterfly Magic) Memberships available. For more information visit our website.

Phone: (520) 326-9686
El Tour de Tucson
Address: 2609 E Broadway Blvd
85716
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Short Business Description: America's largest perimeter bicycling event ? 104 75 55 and 40 miles plus 10 5 and ¬-mile Fun Rides. A super lineup of unique features includes: Two-day Bike EXPO exciting mass-start spectacle chip timing Mariachis at the first of two (usually dry) river crossings route stations with water and snacks spaced about 7-10 miles apart Bike Patrol and SAG support full police support at intersections plenty of morale-boosting volunteers and spectators Olympic-style medallions to all finishers and an unforgettable finish-line festival with Beer Garden music massages etc. Main event routes show off Tucson?s beautiful vistas of its local mountain ranges - three rising over 9000 feet - complete with the backdrop of the mighty Saguaro cactus. The Fun Rides offer easy and exciting routes that highlight some of Downtown Tucson?s cultural attractions. Proceeds go to Special Olympics and more than 35 other charitable agencies including Tu Nidito Children & Family Services American Parkinson Disease Association Ben?s Bells Project Diamond Children?s Medical Center the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

America's largest perimeter bicycling event 104 75 55 and 40 miles plus 10 5 Fun Rides. A super lineup of unique features includes: Two-day Bike EXPO exciting mass-start spectacle chip timing Mariachis at the first of two (usually dry) river crossings route stations with water and snacks spaced about 7-10 miles apart Bike Patrol and SAG support full police support at intersections plenty of morale-boosting volunteers and spectators Olympic-style medallions to all finishers and an unforgettable finish-line festival with Beer Garden music massages etc. Main event routes show off Tucson's beautiful vistas of its local mountain ranges - three rising over 9000 feet - complete with the backdrop of the mighty Saguaro cactus. The Fun Rides offer easy and exciting routes that highlight some of Downtown Tucson?s cultural attractions. Proceeds go to Special Olympics and more than 35 other charitable agencies including Tu Nidito Children & Family Services American Parkinson Disease Association Ben?s Bells Project Diamond Children's Medical Center the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Phone: (520) 745-2033
Pima Air & Space Museum
Address: 6000 E Valencia Rd
85756
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Short Business Description: Touch 100 years of aviation history! Be amazed at one of the largest air & space museums in the world! 150+ planes in 5 huge hangars (3 dedicated to World War II)?more than 4 football fields indoors! 150+ aircraft outside! Spy the world?s fastest plane (the SR-71 Blackbird) smallest bi-plane and smallest jet; eye crafts that transported presidents and satellites launched astronauts caused irreparable devastation secured liberty. Enjoy docent-guided tram tours of the museum?s 80 acres and exclusive weekday tours of the one and only ?Aircraft Boneyard? (additional fees apply advanced purchase recommended). Leashed-pet friendly. See why TripAdvisor ranks Pima Air & Space in the Top 10% worldwide for excellent ratings?95% say ?Thumbs Up!?

Touch 100 years of aviation history! Be amazed at one of the largest air & space museums in the world! 150+ planes in 5 huge hangars (3 dedicated to World War II)?more than 4 football fields indoors! 150+ aircraft outside! Spy the world?s fastest plane (the SR-71 Blackbird) smallest bi-plane and smallest jet; eye crafts that transported presidents and satellites launched astronauts caused irreparable devastation secured liberty. Enjoy docent-guided tram tours of the museum?s 80 acres and exclusive weekday tours of the one and only ?Aircraft Boneyard? (additional fees apply advanced purchase recommended). Leashed-pet friendly. See why TripAdvisor ranks Pima Air & Space in the Top 10% worldwide for excellent ratings?95% say ?Thumbs Up!?

Phone: (520) 574-0462
Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block
Address: 140 N Main Ave
85701
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Short Business Description: Blending the traditional with the inventive the museum presents original and traveling exhibitions with a focus on Art of the American West Latin American Art and Modern and Contemporary Art. The historic block features five distinctive properties that provide visitors with a unique look into Tucson?s past.; The Tucson Symphony Orchestra presents an evening concert with superb music and delectable dinner at Tucson Museum of Art. The spiraling architecture surrounds you with the power of...more; Celebrate the annual tradition of Dia de los Muertos at the Tucson Museum of Art. The day will be filled with altars created by local schools and community partners food pinatas ...more

Blending the traditional with the inventive the museum presents original and traveling exhibitions with a focus on Art of the American West Latin American Art and Modern and Contemporary Art. The historic block features five distinctive properties that provide visitors with a unique look into Tucson?s past.; The Tucson Symphony Orchestra presents an evening concert with superb music and delectable dinner at Tucson Museum of Art. The spiraling architecture surrounds you with the power of...more; Celebrate the annual tradition of Dia de los Muertos at the Tucson Museum of Art. The day will be filled with altars created by local schools and community partners food pinatas ...more

Phone: (520) 624-2333
The Presidio San Agust¡n
Address: 196 N Court St
85701
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Short Business Description: The Presidio San Agustin is Tucson's re-constructed Spanish fort originally built in 1775 which stood through the late 1800's. Today a portion of it stands on the same ground where it was originally built and remains of the original foundation are still present. Visit any time to see Museum exhibits about early Tucson and the many cultures that first came together during the Colonial Period. Docents are also available to provide brief tours of the Territorial era house and courtyard as well as the re-built Presidio. The Presidio also comes to life during Living History days with interpreters in period dress performing daily activities including bread making in the adobe oven blacksmithing soldiering and much more. Check the website for Living History days (second Saturday of the month during winter hours) and for other special events and activities. Winter Hours:October thru April Wed. thru Sun. 10-4. Summer Hours: May thru Sept. Thurs. thru Sun. 10-3.; Join Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild on a historic tour of the Old Pueblo's downtown area. Follow the Turquoise Trail a 2.5-mile paved loop encompassing many historic landmarks. A...more

The Presidio San Agustin is Tucson's re-constructed Spanish fort originally built in 1775 which stood through the late 1800's. Today a portion of it stands on the same ground where it was originally built and remains of the original foundation are still present. Visit any time to see Museum exhibits about early Tucson and the many cultures that first came together during the Colonial Period. Docents are also available to provide brief tours of the Territorial era house and courtyard as well as the re-built Presidio. The Presidio also comes to life during Living History days with interpreters in period dress performing daily activities including bread making in the adobe oven blacksmithing soldiering and much more. Check the website for Living History days (second Saturday of the month during winter hours) and for other special events and activities. Winter Hours:October thru April Wed. thru Sun. 10-4. Summer Hours: May thru Sept. Thurs. thru Sun. 10-3.; Join Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild on a historic tour of the Old Pueblo's downtown area. Follow the Turquoise Trail a 2.5-mile paved loop encompassing many historic landmarks. A...more

Phone: (520) 837-8119
Hannah’s Hill Vineyard and Winery
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Short Business Description: Grapes at Hannah's Hill Vineyard are grown and produced in Arizona within a day's drive of your dinner table. They are sold to you directly by the people who produced them.

Grapes at Hannah's Hill Vineyard are grown and produced in Arizona within a day's drive of your dinner table. They are sold to you directly by the people who produced them.

Carlson Creek Vineyard & Wine Tasting Room
Address: 115 Railview Ave
85643
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Short Business Description: Carlson Creek Vineyard is a family owned vineyard and winery. Located in the heart of Cochise County in Southeastern Arizona, it is the realization of a deep-seated dream to create a multi-generational business and quality wines. Situated at 4200 feet above sea level, the vineyard takes advantage of the warm Arizona sun and the crisp, cool evenings to create the ideal environment for growing wine grapes. The vineyard concentrates on Rhone varietals that are complimented by the temperature and soils resembling those of the Rhone Valley in southern France.

Carlson Creek Vineyard is a family owned vineyard and winery. Located in the heart of Cochise County in Southeastern Arizona, it is the realization of a deep-seated dream to create a multi-generational business and quality wines. Situated at 4200 feet above sea level, the vineyard takes advantage of the warm Arizona sun and the crisp, cool evenings to create the ideal environment for growing wine grapes. The vineyard concentrates on Rhone varietals that are complimented by the temperature and soils resembling those of the Rhone Valley in southern France.

Phone: (520) 766-3000
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Address: 19 N 3rd St
85638
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Short Business Description: Open for services. Allow 30 minutes-1 hour.

Open for services. Allow 30 minutes-1 hour.

Phone: (520) 432-5402
Catalina State Park
Address: 85740
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Short Business Description: Six miles north of Ina Rd. on Oracle Rd. 30 minutes from central Tucson.

Six miles north of Ina Rd. on Oracle Rd. 30 minutes from central Tucson.

Phone: (520) 628-5798
Willhelm Family Vineyards
Address: 21 Mountain Ranch Dr
85611
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Short Business Description: We currently have five acres designated for vineyards on our property. We originally planted many varietals that did not fit the micro climate that exists on our plot of land. Although it has a nice southerly facing slope, we thought the cold air drainage would be adequate with the falling eastern terrain. After several years of data points, we identified the need to change some of our varietals to cope with the late spring frosts and early fall frosts. Read more about our vineyard by using the navigation on the left.

We currently have five acres designated for vineyards on our property. We originally planted many varietals that did not fit the micro climate that exists on our plot of land. Although it has a nice southerly facing slope, we thought the cold air drainage would be adequate with the falling eastern terrain. After several years of data points, we identified the need to change some of our varietals to cope with the late spring frosts and early fall frosts. Read more about our vineyard by using the navigation on the left.

Phone: (520) 455-9291