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Reid Park

Reid Park

In 1925 Willis Barnum and his wife paid $14,896 for a 480-acre parcel of land to create a park in what is now central Tucson, deeding it to the city on a long-term purchase agreement. The L-shaped park, which is one mile in width and length with a half-mile-square...
Titan Missile Museum

Titan Missile Museum

The Titan Missile Museum is located 25 minutes from Downtown Tucson. Tours start in the morning and run until the afternoon. The Titan II nuclear-armed missiles ringing Tucson and pointed at the Soviet Union for nearly 20 years were activated in 1963. The 390th...
Seven Falls

Seven Falls

The hiking trail to Seven Falls is one of Tucson’s best. This trail starts at Sabino Canyon Visitors Center on the north eastside. It’s  fairly easy if you’re in reasonably good physical shape. You can also reach the trail from the end of Bear Canyon...
Tucson Greek Festival

Tucson Greek Festival

OPA!  The Tucson Greek Festival is an annual event held by the St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church. The church is located at 1145 E. Ft. Lowell Rd. The festival is filled with fun, music and awesome Greek food! This event is great for all ages. Held in late September...
2nd Saturdays Downtown

2nd Saturdays Downtown

2nd Saturdays Downtown On the 2nd Saturday of every month, downtown Tucson hosts a party for the whole family! Local vendors, musicians, food trucks and more, line Congress Street and Scott Avenue. The main stage at Broadway & Scott is at the heart of the event....
Pima Air Museum

Pima Air Museum

Pima Air Museum; Fun for All Ages!The Pima Air Museum opened to the public on May 8, 1976. Furthermore, in early 1982 they finished the first hangar on the site. Also, they built a second hanger in 1987, a third in 1992, and a fourth in 1994. In 2012, the museum...
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