Best Tucson AZ Attractions
Updated on October 13, 2020
Southern Arizona and other state-wide Attractions are opening following specific COVID-19 health and safety guidelines and regulations as outlined by the CDC, local and state government requirements. Please continue to check back with the SAAA’s website as we will let you know when an attraction reopens. We encourage visitors and guests to contact venues directly to determine their hours of operation, special safety information and activities prior to leaving home. Additional statewide travel visitor information and attraction openings are available through Visit Tucson and the Arizona Office of Tourism.
TUCSON ATTRACTIONS PASSPORT USE EXTENDED TO NOVEMBER 15, 2020
New Digital Passport Available in November
The Annual Tucson Attractions Passport, both printed and digital versions, expiration date is now November 15, 2020, an extra 60 days to take advantage of the “Big Savings” at each participating attractions. Be Well and thank you for supporting the Attractions in southern Arizona. Be Safe!
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TUCSON ATTRACTIONS PASSSPORTS
Enjoy a year of savings at more than 90 of the best attractions in Southern Arizona. You can order your Paper Printed Passport now or the new Digital Tucson Attractions Passport with special features only found on the digital passport. Buy Now and start your savings today!
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.
Thank you to our generous sponsors!