Attractions

Tohono O’odham Nation Cultural Center & Museum
85639
Himdag Ki: Hek?hu Hemu Im B I-Ha?ap or the Tohono O?odham Nation Cultural Center & Museum is located in Topawa Arizona between Sells and the US-Mexico Border on Fresnal Canyon Road. South on BIA Route 19 Himdag Ki: (?culture house?) is at 86 miles southwest of Tucson; 76 miles south of Casa Grande; and 70 miles east of Ajo. The 38000 SF facility stands on 30 acres in pristine desert land and serves its visitors and community with diverse cultural programming and exhibitions. Please contact Himdag Ki: for additional information.

Himdag Ki: Hek?hu Hemu Im B I-Ha?ap or the Tohono O?odham Nation Cultural Center & Museum is located in Topawa Arizona between Sells and the US-Mexico Border on Fresnal Canyon Road. South on BIA Route 19 Himdag Ki: (?culture house?) is at 86 miles southwest of Tucson; 76 miles south of Casa Grande; and 70 miles east of Ajo. The 38000 SF facility stands on 30 acres in pristine desert land and serves its visitors and community with diverse cultural programming and exhibitions. Please contact Himdag Ki: for additional information.

(520) 383-0200
Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum
4823 S 6th Ave
85714
Museum features 150 horse-drawn vehicles from buggies to elaborate coaches historic artifacts from pioneer days re-created Tucson Main Street circa 1900. Tour 1 1/2 hours. Open publicly Jan.?April. Private tours year-round; phone or e-mail for arrangements. Phone:520-294-1280. ADA Compliant.

Museum features 150 horse-drawn vehicles from buggies to elaborate coaches historic artifacts from pioneer days re-created Tucson Main Street circa 1900. Tour 1 1/2 hours. Open publicly Jan.?April. Private tours year-round; phone or e-mail for arrangements. Phone:520-294-1280. ADA Compliant.

(520) 591-9585
Our Lady of the Sierras Shrine
10310 S Twin Oaks Dr
85615
Public visitation from 9 a.m. to sunset 365 days/year.

Public visitation from 9 a.m. to sunset 365 days/year.

(520) 378-1764
Children’s Museum Tucson
200 S 6th Ave
85701
Southern Arizona’s interactive museum for children. Children’s Museum Tucson provides fun play-based hands-on learning experiences for children and their families. Guided tours for groups available. Air-conditioned. Nonprofit.; The biggest running block party in Arizona features a fast course free food live music free Children’s One Mile and after-party throughout Downtown Tucson. Meet Me Downtown is p…more

Southern Arizona’s interactive museum for children. Children’s Museum Tucson provides fun play-based hands-on learning experiences for children and their families. Guided tours for groups available. Air-conditioned. Nonprofit.; The biggest running block party in Arizona features a fast course free food live music free Children’s One Mile and after-party throughout Downtown Tucson. Meet Me Downtown is p…more

(520) 792-9985
The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures
4455 E Camp Lowell Dr
85712
Discover the magical world of miniatures at The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures where visitors are seemingly transported to different lands and times through the stories told by over 300 miniature houses and roomboxes expertly displayed in over 10000 square-feet of state-of-the-art exhibit space. The Museum?s permanent collection boasts antique dollhouses dating to 1742 contemporary fine-scale miniatures and enchanting collectibles. Frequent temporary exhibits special programs and events mean there is always something new to see. The Chicago Tribune has claimed; ?The magic of this place cannot be overstated.? For a truly memorable experience don?t miss this one-of-a-kind collection in a world-class setting.

Discover the magical world of miniatures at The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures where visitors are seemingly transported to different lands and times through the stories told by over 300 miniature houses and roomboxes expertly displayed in over 10000 square-feet of state-of-the-art exhibit space. The Museum?s permanent collection boasts antique dollhouses dating to 1742 contemporary fine-scale miniatures and enchanting collectibles. Frequent temporary exhibits special programs and events mean there is always something new to see. The Chicago Tribune has claimed; ?The magic of this place cannot be overstated.? For a truly memorable experience don?t miss this one-of-a-kind collection in a world-class setting.

(520) 881-0606
Boothill Graveyard & Gift Shop
85638
Laid out as a burial plot in 1878. Final resting place for the victims of the O.K. Corral battle and the good and bad of Tombstone.

Laid out as a burial plot in 1878. Final resting place for the victims of the O.K. Corral battle and the good and bad of Tombstone.

(520) 457-9344
Colossal Cave Mountain Park
16721 E Old Spanish Trail
85641
This desert refuge has sheltered people for over a thousand years. It has been home shrine hideout challenging workplace exciting playground tranquil retreat. Named to the National Register of Historic Places as a National Historic District the 2400-acre Park showcases crystal-filled Colossal Cave and historic La Posta Quemada Ranch a working ranch for over 136 years. Spend an exciting day: take a Cave tour browse in the museums relax in the cool wooded picnic areas take a hike saddle up for a trail ride sluice for gemstones?and explore our two charming Southwestern gift shops. Open daily year-round.; Colossal Cave Mountain Park presents a holiday candlelight tour followed by chili cornbread hot dogs and s’mores under the ramada.

This desert refuge has sheltered people for over a thousand years. It has been home shrine hideout challenging workplace exciting playground tranquil retreat. Named to the National Register of Historic Places as a National Historic District the 2400-acre Park showcases crystal-filled Colossal Cave and historic La Posta Quemada Ranch a working ranch for over 136 years. Spend an exciting day: take a Cave tour browse in the museums relax in the cool wooded picnic areas take a hike saddle up for a trail ride sluice for gemstones?and explore our two charming Southwestern gift shops. Open daily year-round.; Colossal Cave Mountain Park presents a holiday candlelight tour followed by chili cornbread hot dogs and s’mores under the ramada.

(520) 647-7275
Tombstone’s Historama
326 E Allen St
85638
Tombstone?s Historama provides visitors with an authoritative account of Tombstone’s history from Geronimo’s Apaches to modern times. This ?must see? orientation includes the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral the great fires the flooding of Tombstone?s mines and more. Viewers discover how Tombstone got its name and why Wyatt Earp left Tombstone wanted for murder. Actor Vincent Price narrates this 25-minute multimedia presentation involving video historic photos and computer controlled animated figures moving on a revolving stage. The Historama is included with admission to the O.K. Corral. Open daily 9:30 a.m.?4:30 p.m. (Closed Christmas Day and Thanksgiving)

Tombstone?s Historama provides visitors with an authoritative account of Tombstone’s history from Geronimo’s Apaches to modern times. This ?must see? orientation includes the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral the great fires the flooding of Tombstone?s mines and more. Viewers discover how Tombstone got its name and why Wyatt Earp left Tombstone wanted for murder. Actor Vincent Price narrates this 25-minute multimedia presentation involving video historic photos and computer controlled animated figures moving on a revolving stage. The Historama is included with admission to the O.K. Corral. Open daily 9:30 a.m.?4:30 p.m. (Closed Christmas Day and Thanksgiving)

(520) 457-3456
Desert Diamond Casino Hotel
7350 S Nogales Hwy
85756
Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment offers a convenient memorable entertainment experience in Tucson Sahuarita and Why Arizona. Amenities include unmatched gaming options fine dining the Monsoon Nightclub and world-class sporting events music concerts and comedy sets at the Diamond Center. Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment also offers one of the region’s finest convention centers and high-tech meeting facilities. An enterprise of the Tohono O?odham Nation Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment has been in the gaming and entertainment business for almost 30 years beginning in 1985 with the opening of Papago Bingo in the Tucson area. In 1993 the first Desert Diamond Casino was opened on Nogales Highway. Six years later a smaller facility opened in Why Arizona. The third Desert Diamond Casino near Sahuarita was opened in 2001. In 2007 the original casino on Nogales Highway was replaced with a new casino hotel and convention center complex.

Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment offers a convenient memorable entertainment experience in Tucson Sahuarita and Why Arizona. Amenities include unmatched gaming options fine dining the Monsoon Nightclub and world-class sporting events music concerts and comedy sets at the Diamond Center. Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment also offers one of the region’s finest convention centers and high-tech meeting facilities. An enterprise of the Tohono O?odham Nation Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment has been in the gaming and entertainment business for almost 30 years beginning in 1985 with the opening of Papago Bingo in the Tucson area. In 1993 the first Desert Diamond Casino was opened on Nogales Highway. Six years later a smaller facility opened in Why Arizona. The third Desert Diamond Casino near Sahuarita was opened in 2001. In 2007 the original casino on Nogales Highway was replaced with a new casino hotel and convention center complex.

(520) 294-7777
Patagonia Lake State Park
400 Patagonia Lake Rd
85624
Tucked away in the rolling hills of southeastern Arizona Patagonia Lake State Park is an ideal place for watching wildlife fishing hiking picnicking water-skiing and camping. The campground overlooks a 265-acre man-made lake where anglers catch bass bluegill crappie and catfish. Hikers can stroll along the beautiful creek trail and see birds such as the canyon towhee inca dove vermilion ? y-catcher black vulture and several species of hummingbirds. Online camping reservations are available at azstateparks.com.

Tucked away in the rolling hills of southeastern Arizona Patagonia Lake State Park is an ideal place for watching wildlife fishing hiking picnicking water-skiing and camping. The campground overlooks a 265-acre man-made lake where anglers catch bass bluegill crappie and catfish. Hikers can stroll along the beautiful creek trail and see birds such as the canyon towhee inca dove vermilion ? y-catcher black vulture and several species of hummingbirds. Online camping reservations are available at azstateparks.com.

(520) 287-6965