Must-See Tucson, Arizona Attractions

Must-See Tucson, Arizona Attractions

You and your family can have fun in the sun while exploring all the Tucson must-see attractions. Whether you are interested in history, art or nature, you have plenty of sites to visit around the area. Here are some of the most popular places to see in Tucson, Arizona.

1. Pima Air & Space Museum

Learn how planes soar while visiting the Pima Air & Space Museum, one of the world's biggest aviation and space museums. The museum has almost 400 historic aircraft in hangars and outdoors for guests to see and learn about. You can see a Wright Flyer replica and a 787 Dreamliner in person. Many exhibits also include artifacts to help educate people about aerospace history.

2. The Mini Time Machine Museum

Step into the small world of dollhouses and room boxes while at The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures. Appreciate the time and dedication put into crafting miniature objects and using them for storytelling. Guests can be transported to different eras while reading stories and learning about other parts of history through small yet impactful collections.

3. Old Tucson

Travel to the Wild West when you take a trip to Old Tucson. The tourist attraction helps guests learn about the Old West while experiencing it themselves through immersive live entertainment, vintage rides and seasonal events. Old Tucson is a beloved filming location for many cowboy movies, including some that starred Clint Eastwood, John Wayne and Elizabeth Taylor.

4. Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block

Experience Southern Arizona's rich culture and history while visiting the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block. Many exhibits focus on diverse art styles from Latin America and the American West to Asia. Several collections also pay homage to modern and contemporary art.

5. Colossal Cave Mountain Park

Go on an adventure during a trip to Colossal Cave Mountain Park. You and your family can travel underground for fascinating cave tours or soak in the sun while hiking, biking or horseback riding in the Sonoran Desert.

6. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

Find out about Arizona's animals and see various native plants during a walking experience around the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. This is a site in Tucson you will definitely want to visit. It is a sanctuary committed to protecting wildlife and nature in the Sonora Desert. It is primarily outdoors, so prepare to be in the sun.

Stay at Tucson / Lazydays KOA Resort

As you adventure around Tucson, camp at Tucson / Lazydays KOA Resort. The campground has everything you need for relaxing nights after long days in the sun. Start planning your trip to see Tucson's tourist attractions by reserving a campsite at our KOA Campground today!

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