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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ON CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK

In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and in the interests of following the recommendation for social distancing, Pima County, City of Tucson, University of Arizona and the State of Arizona have made the decision to close all schools, as well as cancelled/postponed sporting events, theaters, and entertainment venues, most through the end of March. The Pima County Heritage and Visitor Center and The University of Arizona Visitor Center have also been closed. Some attractions have closed temporarily or cut back their activities; we encourage visitors and guests to contact venues directly to determine their hours of operation during this time. For your convenience, a directory of most of the southern Arizona attractions is available by clicking here.

For updates on the status of the Coronavirus, visit the CDC website here, https://www.cdc.gov and for the latest news from the Pima County Health Department website, www.pima.gov/COVID19

 

Thank you for understanding. Be Well,

Board of Directors, Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance

 

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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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