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Tucson Attractions

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520-881-0606

The mission of The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures is to provide in a state-of-the-art building, a cultural and educational atmosphere for the preservation and display of antique and contempora
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520-624-2333

Blending the traditional with the inventive the museum presents original and traveling exhibitions with a focus on Art of the American West Latin American Art and Modern and Contemporary Art. The hist
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520-591-9585

Museum features 150 horse-drawn vehicles from buggies to elaborate coaches historic artifacts from pioneer days re-created Tucson Main Street circa 1900. Tour 1 1/2 hours. Open publicly Jan.–April.
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520-621-4046

Tucson Meet Yourself celebrates the living traditional arts of Arizona-Sonora’s ethnic communities. The Annual Folklife Festival takes place the 2nd weekend every October in downtown Tucson̵
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520-621-7567

More than 6000 artworks from the 14th century through the present day comprise the permanent collection of mainly European and American art. Changing exhibitions in six galleries feature works by univ
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(602) 885-8903

Come out to the vineyard and sample our exceptional, hand-crafted wines. Slow down and take in the scenery of this broad valley and its sky islands. Go for a stroll in the vineyard. Bring along a tast
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520-455-9309

Wines made from grapes grown in Southern Arizona, from the Sonoita AVA, Wilcox Playa and Bowie. We still produce our wines in the traditional fashion, hand harvesting, sorting and foot stomping the re
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520-455-9291

We currently have five acres designated for vineyards on our property.  We originally planted many varietals that did not fit the micro climate that exists on our plot of land.  Although it has a ni
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520-837-8119

The Presidio San Agustin is Tucson’s re-constructed Spanish fort originally built in 1775 which stood through the late 1800’s. Today a portion of it stands on the same ground where it was
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520-625-8233

View the incredible open-pit mine take a look at our huge haul trucks at work and find out how copper is extracted and processed in the mill all at great rates! Free admission to our award-winning exh
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520-378-1764

Public visitation from 9 a.m. to sunset 365 days/year.
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520-370-0588

The resource for festival and event planners presenters suppliers and vendors in Southern Arizona – FEATSAZ.