SOUTHERN ARIZONA ATTRACTIONS ALLIANCE

FAQ’s

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The Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance, a 501 (c)(6) organization is a marketing co-operative of its member attractions and support tourism entities. The information below is intended to answer most of your questions quickly. However, always feel free to contact us personally. 

Direct Phone: (520) 499-2662

Email: Info@TucsonAttractions.com

Text: (520) 940-2755

Staff:
Tom Moulton, Executive Director
Tim VImmerstedt, Director Sales & Operations
Mary Deasy, Accounting

Frequently Asked Questions

When will the attractions reopen in southern Arizona?

The southern Arizona Attractions are opening including all Arizona State Parks and many others. We recommend you call them before leaving home since the hours or activities may have changed. We anticipate that all of the other attractions will reopen throughout the summer and early fall of 2021 depending on COVID-19 status. Please check back with the Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance for the latest information on when the attractions reopen.

What are the offers in the Passport?

Buy-One, Get-One Free Admission Offers:
Receive one complimentary admission with the purchase of one admission of equal or greater value unless otherwise stated.

  • Amerind Museum
  • Arizona History Museum
  • Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum (Free child admission with paid adult admission)
  • Arizona State Museum
  • Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum
  • Carnival of Illusion
  • Casino Del Sol - Sewailo Golf Club (Special seasonal pricing for two people)
  • DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun Museum
  • Golf ‘N Stuff
  • International Wildlife Museum
  • Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley
  • Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson
  • Musselman Honda Circuit
  • O.K. Corral Famous Gunfight Site
  • Pima County Fair (2022 Fair)
  • Sabino Canyon Crawler: Electric Tram Ride (Offer: Monsoon Special coming June - September 2021)
  • Sonoran Glass School
  • The Mini-Time Machine Museum of Miniatures
  • Tohono Chul
  • Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park
  • Tombstone Forward
  • Tubac Presidio State Historic Park
  • Tucson Desert Art Museum
  • Tucson Museum of Art
  • Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum

 

Discount Offers:

Vary per attraction. Please see Passport or Passport digital app for details and fine print here.

  • Arizona Zipline Adventures
  • Biosphere 2 (50% off one admission with purchase of admission of equal or greater value)
  • Boothill Gift Shop & Graveyard
  • Catalina State Park (50% discount on day-use fee)
  • Colossal Cave Mountain Park (50% off one admission with purchase of admission of equal or greater value)
  • La Encantada
  • Madaras Gallery
  • Main Gate Square
  • Mission San Xavier del Bac
  • Oracle State Park (50% discount on day-use fee)
  • Patagonia Lake State Park (50% discount on day-use fee)
  • Picacho Peak State Park (50% discount on day-use fee)
  • Pima Air and Space Museum (Gift Shop and Restaurant Offer)
  • Reid Park Zoo (50% off one admission with purchase of admission of equal or greater value)
  • Roper Lake State Park (50% discount on day-use fee)
  • Saguaro National Park-East and West (Gift Shop offer)
  • Southern Arizona Art Guild (Art Galley and Gift Shop - Special Offer)
  • Southern Arizona Transportation Museum
  • Student Union UA Bookstores
  • Titan Missile Museum (Gift Shop Offer)
  • The National Parks Store (Gift Ship Offer)
  • Tucson Botanical Gardens (50% second general admission with purchase of one general admission)
  • Tubac Center of the Arts
  • Tucson Sugar Skulls (Buy One, Get One 50% off)
  • Tucson Visitor’s Center (Southern Arizona Heritage and Visitor Center)
  • Tombstone Epitaph Newspaper Museum
  • Tumacacori National Historical Park
  • Tumamoc Hill
  • UA Campus Arboretum

See the passport for more details.

When Does the Annual Tucson Attractions Passport Expire?

The Digital and Paper (Book of Fun) Tucson Attractions Passport offers expire on December 31, 2021. Digital Version is available now and the Paper Version will be available in May 2021

If I purchased a 3 or 7 Day Digital Tucson Attractions Passport when does the countdown begin?

The countdown begins when you visit your first attraction.  You must use the Digital Passport within 90 days of your original purchase.  All offer expire on December 31, 2021.

Can I get a discount on purchasing a quantity of Passports?

There is a way to purchase digital passort in guantities. Please contact the

SAAA Sales Office
140 N. Stone Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85701
Ph: (520) 499-2662
info@tucsonpassport.com

Where can I purchase the Passport? ACTIVE LOCATIONS ARE LISTED BELOW:

The Digital Passport is available from the TucsonAttractions.com website or by going directly to www.exploretucsonattractions.com. The paper version of the Passport will be available May, 2021 online and many outlets throughout Tucson & Southern Arizona.

Can I purchase Passports for a non-profit activity?

Once the Book of Fun, the Paper version of the Tucson Attraction Passport, is available, we will reactivate our fund-raising programs. Summer/Fall 2021.

Yes, the Tucson Attractions Passport is the perfect fundraising activity for your non-profit organization. Special wholesale pricing is available for local community fund-raising. Contact the SAAA Sales Office at (520) 499-2662 for assistance in developing your own customized fund-raising program.

Any other questions contact us by email, info@tucsonpassport.com or call us at 520-499-2662. If its an emergency call on the mobile 520-940-2755.

WHERE CAN I FIND MORE INFORMATION ABOUT TUCSON?

Located in southern Arizona, Tucson's fantastic weather, national parks and forests and desert provide the perfect environment for tons of outdoor recreational activities, this city of half a million people, one million in the region, also has its share of history and culture. With a history that goes back much further than many of its southwestern neighbors, Tucson boasts turn-of-the-century architecture, historic neighborhoods, museums and the Mission San Xavier del Bac, a still-functioning 18th-century mission considered one of the most beautiful in the U.S. Mexican and Native American influences are pervasive, and the city has a distinctly Western flavor.

There's also a college-town atmosphere, thanks to the University of Arizona, which has its own share of museums and a science center. Whether golfing at a world-class golf resort, horseback riding, hiking in the wilderness, discovering desert flora and fauna at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum or exploring pre-Columbian and other art at the Tucson Art Museum, you'll have a mind-boggling array of things to do.

More Information on "All The Things You Love To Do"


VisitTucson.org

 

DO I NEED TO MAKE A RESERVATION TO VISIT AN ATTRACTION LOCATED IN THE TUCSON ATTRACTIONS PASSPORT?

No you don't need to make advance reservations with your Passport. We do recommend you visit the attractions website to check on their operating days/times.  Simple present your Passport at the attractions front gate and they will allow you to experience the attraction.  (subject to demand capacity). Call ahead.