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FEATURED ATTRACTION OF THE MONTH, SEPTEMBER
ALFIE NORVILLE GEM AND MINERAL MUSEUM

Our featured attraction this month is the brand new UArizona Alfie Norville Gem and Mineral Museum located in the historical Pima County Courthouse. The UA Alife Norville Gem & Mineral Museum is housed in the south wing of the Historic Pima County Courthouse on the street side alongside the restored colonnade and courtyard. The Museum features a 12,000 SF exhibition hall showcasing an array of magnificent gems and outstanding mineral specimens. Each gallery takes the visitor on a different tour, covering the evolution of minerals on earth, regional minerals and mining, technological uses of minerals, and from large show-stopping specimens to tiny, intricate precious gems.

Be sure to check out the Tucson Attractions Passport, now available in both Paper Book and Digital, before you plan your next visit to any southern Arizona attractions. Buy Now and start your savings today!

*Annual Passport expires on December 31, 2021; 3-day and 7-day countdown begins when you visit the first attraction. Crawler offer June-September 2021. 

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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