Best Tucson Area Attractions


We encourage visitors and guests to contact venues directly to determine their hours of operation, special safety information and activities prior to leaving home.


Founded in 1999 to directly answer the question, “What is there to do in Tucson and southern Arizona,” the SAAA was founded by executives from Visit Tucson, Pima Air and Space Museum. Old Tucson, and the Desert Museum. Our goal was to introduce the variety and diversity of the attractions in our region to visitors from all over the world. The best way to find out about the attractions is with the Tucson Attractions Passport.¬† Explore and saving during your journey in the beautiful Sonoran Desert.The 2022 version represents over 80 attractions and visitor outlets in addition to Bogo admission offers and other discounts. The Passport has become a must have to visitors to the Tucson region.¬† The Passport is not only in a book format but now a digital version for smartphones and Ipads. You can purchase one online now here or be sure to visit one of our retails outlets selling the book. The current edition expires on December 31, 2022 with a new version coming out in the fall of 2022. Enjoy BIg Savings at the southern Arizona attractions!

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*Annual Passport expires on December 31, 2022; 3-day and 7-day countdown begins when you visit the first attraction. Digital Passport expires December 31, 2022. New Annual Paper Passport 2022 edition available now online and locations throughout the region. .

Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance

The mission of the Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance, a 501 (c)(6) non-profit organization, is to increase awareness of and drive visitation to the Alliance member attractions through innovative marketing, education, and advocacy.

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