Southern Arizona and other state-wide Attractions are opening following 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.
As the first designated UNESCO City of Gastronomy, you can bet we’ve got great grub. Explore all of the shops featuring work of our local artisans and cultural organizations, as well as high-end boutiques that reflect your unique style.
FEATURED ATTRACTION OF THE MONTH – REID PARK ZOO
February feature is the Reid Park Zoo who has two new arrivals. Reticulated giraffes Penelope and Sota have arrived at their new home in Tucson from Como Park Zoo & Conservatory in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Penelope recently celebrated her second birthday on October 2 and is 11 feet and four inches tall. Meet their newest arrival by watching the video.
Be sure to check out the Tucson Attractions Passport 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.
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!