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Best things to do in Pima County

“Absolutely amazing museum! A favorite of kids and adults alike and a must see for first time Tucson visitors. See our desert critters up close and personal. Visiting in the warmer months? Check out their evening hours! Many desert animals are nocturnal so it’s a perfect time to go. ”
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Science Museum
“Cool air museum near the Air Force Base. If you want to take a tour of the airplane boneyard, advance reservations are needed as they will need your information for a background check in advance.”
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“Been one time. Permanent collection offers you an excellent introduction to borderlands art, indigenous art(s) and Sonoran art and cultural foundations :)”
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“If you have any interest in local history, or military history, this is a nice place to visit for a few hours. You can go online and schedule a tour before going. Once there, you begin with a short video taking you through the history of how the Titan Missile was once an active missile silo and how personnel approached each day. After the video, your group will follow the tour guide below ground where you can see where the staff worked, and even up into the missile silo. There is an elevator if a person cannot handle the stairs down, but do plan on some walking and stairs. This is one of those gems of the desert, so it can be quite warm during the summer months. Make sure to bring water along. The museum is about a 10 minute drive, just hop back on the 19 going south, take the next exit, Duval Mine Rd., head west and you will see signs guiding the way.”
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Art Gallery
“DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun Historic District is the artistic manifestation and architecture constructed by Ettore DeGrazia. The property is a series of buildings scattered throughout a natural desert setting.”
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History Museum
“Walk where John Wayne walked. See some of the buildings you recognize from movies. Countless “Duke” movies, the High Chaparral, The Three Amigos, and yes, Tombstone! ”
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“They also have a wonderful little restaurant inside the botanical gardens. Great for brunch!”
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“Museum for children of all ages features immersive art, music, nature & educational exhibits & activities.”
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“World-renowned, the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is a 98-acre zoo, aquarium, botanical garden, natural history museum, publisher, and art gallery founded in 1952. Located just west of Tucson, Arizona, it features two miles of walking paths traversing 21 acres of desert landscape. A must see! ”
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“If contemporary art is your thing, you definitely need to make a trip down here!”
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History Museum
“If you have a kid who likes dollhouses, you must take them to this hidden gem! ”
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History Museum
“Experience the enduring cultures of Arizona, the American Southwest, and northern Mexico at Arizona State Museum. Dynamic exhibitions, engaging programs and an educational museum store celebrate 13,000 years of human history in the Southwest. ASM is the oldest and largest anthropology museum in the region (est. 1893), home of the world’s largest collection of Southwest American Indian pottery, and an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution. ADMISSION FEES Admission is $8 for adults, students and children under 18 are free. Located just inside the University of Arizona’s Main Gate. Convenient, covered parking for a small fee at Euclid & Second Street or Tyndall & Fourth Street. Parking is free on weekends. OPERATING CALENDAR Mon- Sat: 10am-5pm Closed Sundays, federal and state holidays.”
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Arts & Crafts Store
“This downtown spot is right across from the Tucson Museum of Art. It's full of boutique shops featuring local items, includes a fantastic outdoor restaurant and two bars. There tends to be live music on weekends.”
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Art Museum
“The Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, is recognized as one of the world's finest academic art museums and study centers for the history of photography. Get there on foot in about 20 minutes.”
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“International Wildlife Museum is a non profit natural history museum in Tucson, Arizona. It was established in 1988 by C. J. McElroy as an educational program of the Safari Club International Foundation. ”
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Art Museum
“As a university museum, there is an ever changing collection of art of all kinds, but also some amazing art pieces in the permanent collection including a Renoir, Okeefe and Pollock. If you love art, you'll want to check it out with a very reasonable $8 admission!”
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