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The second-largest city in Arizona and the county seat of Pima County, Tucson is centered around the smaller towns of Oro Valley, Marana, Catalina, South Tucson (an independent municipality just south of downtown), Sahuarita, Vail, and Green Valley.

Tucson is home to the University of Arizona—established as Arizona's first university in 1885 and now a campus of more than 50,000 students and staff from around the world. Tucson also hosts a large number of annual events drawing participants and spectators from around the world, including The Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase, All Souls Procession, La Fiesta de los Vaqueros (Tucson Rodeo), Tucson Festival of Books, Tucson International Mariachi Conference, El Tour de Tucson road bike race, and Cologuard Classic, a Tucson PGA TOUR Champions Tour Event.

This desert oasis is not only a premier vacation destination but also a great place to live, work, and play – Tucson is the Southwest at its best! Wait until you experience our sunsets!

Things to do in Tucson

  • Gaslight Theatre
  • Kartchner Caverns
  • Tombstone
  • Skate Country
  • Old Tucson
  • Arizona Sonora Desert Museum
  • Sabino Canyon
  • Pima Air and Space Museum
  • Saguaro National Park
  • Mission San Xavier del Bac
  • Gates Pass
  • Reid Park Zoo
  • Tucson Botanical Gardens
  • International Wildlife Museum

Downtown Tucson is a Downtown for everyone – an eclectic, beautiful, fun, accessible, pedestrian and bike-friendly district that embraces diversity. It is the Southwest’s premier urban hub for living, dining, retail, business, art, entertainment, and both historic and contemporary architecture. Downtown Tucson is home to hundreds of events, numerous entertainment venues, over 80 restaurants and bars, and a variety of retail establishments and unique boutiques. Parking is easy and economical with over 13,000 spaces available.

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