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    Pima County is home to some of the best world-class attractions in Arizona. We invite you to visit these attractions during your stay in Southern Arizona. Most facilities are open for your family's enjoyment year round.

    Attractions in Pima County are open with capacity limits. For the best experience call ahead before visiting and ask about current guidelines and precautions

    Note that masks are required in Pima County public spaces.


    Ajo Community Golf Course - Public 9-hole golf course open year-round is an oasis of green, surrounded by desert. This course boasts a "classic" Arizona setting for golf with an abundance of wildlife including roadrunners, coyotes and deer.  read more...

    Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum -This world-class attraction immerses you in the diverse beauty of the Sonoran Desert, showcasing the plants, animals and geology of this fascinating region. Housing not only a museum, but also a zoo and botanical garden, it is a truly unique place to find the out of the ordinary. read more...

    Crooked Tree Golf Course at Arthur Pack Park (Arthur Pack Golf Course) - new name, same wonderful 18-hole championship desert golf course designed by Lee Trevino featuring beautifully designed holes with mountain and desert vistas. read more...

    Colossal Cave Mountain Park - Beautiful 2,400-acre desert park, on the National Register of Historic Places, showcasing crystal-filled Colossal Cave and historic La Posta Quemada Ranch. read more...

    Kino Sports Complex - Home of Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium. Multi-purpose facility with meeting and party rooms, classrooms, indoor basketball court, outdoor swimming pool, soccer, baseball and softball fields, Stadium seats 11,000. read more...

    Old Tucson - World Famous movie location and western theme park featuring live musicals, thrilling action packed stunt shows, legendary. read more...

    Tucson Dragway - a National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) 1/4 Mile Drag Strip located just south of I-10 at the Pima County Fairgrounds. read more...

    Musselman Honda Circuit - The newest karting facility in the United States, is right here in Tucson, Arizona. It is just 20 minutes from the city and located. read more...

    Pima Air and Space Museum - Explore over a century of aviation at the Pima Air and Space Museum, the largest privately funded aerospace museum in the world. read more...

    Pima County Fairgrounds - Tucson's largest event facility featuring concerts, the best NHRA DRAG RACING in Arizona - The Merle’s SIR Dragway, indoor and outdoor EQUESTRIAN FACILITIES, NASCAR racing read more...

    M.C. Motorsports Park at PMP - Pima County's newest attraction and Southern Arizona's legal off-highway vehicle (OHV) park located near the Pima County Fairgrounds.  read more...

    Rillito Park Horse Racetrack - Historical landmark for quarter horse racing for 50 years. read more...

    Titan Missile Museum - Descend more than 35 feet under the earth to experience a chilling taste of the cold war. The Titan Missile Museum is the only location in the world where the public can explore an actual nuclear missile complex--complete with nuclear missile!read more...

    Tucson Speedway -Have you ever wanted to say, "Gentlemen, start your engines"? Well, now here's your chance. And when you do, engines will roar, the crowd will cheer and pure power surges around the 3/8 mile paved track at Tucson Speedway.. read more...

    Links of Interest

    Pima County, Arizona

    Pima County logo Pima County, the second largest of the four original counties, was created in 1864 and included approximately all of southern Arizona acquired from Mexico by the Gadsden Purchase. Settlement of the region goes back to the arrival in the 1690s of the Spanish who encountered Native Americans already living here. To find more history and governmental information about Pima County, visit the website at http://www.pima.gov

    Pima County Natural Resources, Parks & Recreation

    logo From caring for stately saguaros in Tucson Mountain Park to overseeing after-school recreation programs, Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation adds a vital dimension to the life of our residents and visitors. You receive exceptional service from our committed professionals who work hard to ensure our county parks and recreation system remains the jewel in the crown of the Southwestern United States. We invite you to hike and play in our parks or take one of the many classes we offer. We're working for you! Visit the website at http://www.pima.gov/parks.

    Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance

    logo Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance is a nonprofit organization of regional attractions dedicated to cooperatively promote tourism and visitation in southern Arizona. The Alliance develops innovative marketing techniques in collaboration with other Arizona Tourism boards to enhance awareness of the variety of educational and entertainment activities available in our communities. For more information on the Alliance and its members, please visit our website at http://www.tucsonattractions.com/.

    Southern Arizona Guide

    SA Guide SouthernArizonaGuide.com is a content-rich website about the Best of Baja, Arizona, including Dining & Lodging Reviews and the Best Things To See & Do. SouthernArizonaGuide.com features an Events Calendar, articles, photographs, and over 40 original videos about our region's most interesting people and places, as well as its history and cultural heritage





    Tucson Attractions Passport

    Tucson Attractions Passport Cover Your Passport to Tucson gives you 2-for-1 admissions and other savings at Pima County and Southern Arizona's favorite attractions. To fine out more about this program and where to purchase your passport visit http://tucsonattractions.com/tucson-passport


    Visit Tucson

    Metropolitan Tucson logo Visit Tucson is an independent non-profit corporation dedicated to promoting the Tucson area as a convention and leisure destination. It is financially supported by the City of Tucson, Pima County, the Town of Oro Valley and its individual business members. Our mission is to support the economic prosperity of the Tucson area by promoting, selling and marketing the region for meetings, conventions and tourism. Visit the website at http://www.visittucson.org.

    Kino Sports Complex

    Kino Sports Complex logo Kino Sports Complex is the largest professional sports venue of its kind in Pima County. It includes the 11,000-seat Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium, 12 baseball fields (five with lights), plus lighted softball and soccer fields. With its panoramic view of the Santa Catalina Mountains, it is a natural fit for youth, high school and collegiate sports. It also makes a great setting for social gatherings, concerts, and community events. The complex is conveniently located off I-10 and offers spacious parking so regardless of the function, guests always enjoy coming to the park!. Visit the website at http://www.kinosportscomplex.com/.

    Arizona Guide

    There's no place on earth quite like the Grand Canyon State. It's not just our landscapes, which take in tall mountain ranges, swift rivers, grasslands, sand dunes, and cactus forests. It's not just our storied past, which reaches back thousands of years. It's not just our people, a vibrant blend of cultures and traditions. It's all these things, and the way they come together, that make a visit to Arizona a truly unforgettable experience. To learn more about the State of Arizona, visit the Arizona Guide website athttp://www.visitarizona.com/.

    The University of Arizona

    UA seal The University of Arizona has long been a major center for arts and culture in the Southwest. A variety of museums and galleries - including the UA Museum of Art, the Center for Creative Photography and the Arizona State Museum, and others - are home to distinguished collections that span a world of artistic endeavor from ancient to avant garde. Public programs in theater, music, dance and film range from lavish stage productions by international touring companies to programs by visiting artists, faculty, students and the community. To find out what more, visit the website at http://www.arizona.edu/home/arts.shtml

    Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce

    TMCC The Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce has 2600 members and five major action areas: Political Action; Governmental Affairs; Economic Development; Community Development; and Member Services. In support of the Chamber's mission, it is the goal of this website to provide a one-stop information resource center for doing business in Tucson, Arizona and learning about one of the greatest cities on earth, the Old Pueblo. Visit the website at http://www.tucsonchamber.org/.

    Tucson Association of Museums

    TAM logo The Tucson Association of Museums (TAM) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the educational and cultural value of member museums to the community; work to increase support for these institutions from a private sector; and to provide a mechanism for communication and collaboration between member museums. Visit the website at http://www.tucsonmuseums.org

    Arts Foundation for Tucson And Southern Arizona

    logo As the region;s designated public funding agency, the Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona is prud to provide support to local arts organizations. Visit our website for a full list of grantees, public arts projects, and opportunities.  http://artsfoundtucson.org

    Ajo District Chamber of Commerce

    Ajo Chamber With its rich tradition as a former copper-mining hub, Ajo is a casual town with relaxed charm. One of the Ajo District Chamber of Commerce’s missions is to promote programs of civic, social and cultural nature which are designed to increase the functional and aesthetic values of the community. There are several regional and historic attractions in Ajo that apply to this mission. Step back in time in the Historic Plaza, the Curley School, Greenway Mansion, Ajo Historical Society Museum, and Train Depot, just to name a few.

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