Area attractions

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Pima Air & Space Museum

Old Tucson Studios

Tucson Botanical Gardens

Inside the Tucson Convention Center (TCC) you’ll find The Music Hall, Leo Rich Theatre
The heart of the city’s cultural and business center, this facility is home to some of the finest organizations:
• Tucson Symphony Orchestra
• Arizona Opera
• Ballet Arizona

Historic 4th Avenue
Known for great shopping, restaurants, history, tree-lined streets and eclectic entertainment.

Tucson Museum of Art & Historic Block (Congress Street)
The historic block features five of Tucson’s finest old homes (from 1850-1907), art galleries, museum shop, library, tours, school, and Café a la C’Art. Located in the historic El Presidio District, the museum maintains more than 6,000 works of art.

The Tucson Arts District Partnership has helped turn this area into a cultural hub by providing local artists with studio space downtown and by offering the public organized studio tours and art walks as well as the popular Downtown Saturday Night festival.

Tucson Children’s Museum:
An interactive and educational haven for the young and young-at-heart. Located in the former Carnegie Library building and designed by architect, Henry Trost.

The University of Arizona Museum of Art
A diverse collection of painting and sculpture right on the University of Arizona campus and adjacent to the school of art.

The Screening Room
Premiere venue for independent film.

Arizona Theatre Company – Temple of Music and Art