Tubac

Tubac

Located approximately 45 miles south of Tucson. I-19 to exits 40 and 34. Tubac was once the site of a Spanish presidio built to protect nearby missions and settlements. Take…
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Tombstone

Located 73 miles southwest of Tucson, Tombstone is known as “the town too tough to die.” Now a National Historic Site, its attractions include the Bird Cage Theater, Boothill Graveyard,…
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Tumacacori National Historical Park

Located 48 miles south of Tucson. I-19 to exit 29 near Tubac. The park preserves three 18th century Spanish mission ruins: Tumacacori, Guevavi, and Calabaza missions, which were established by…
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Mission San Xavier del Bac

Located nine miles southof Tucson. I-19 to exit 92, on San Xavier Road in the midst of the Tohono O'odham Indian Reservation. Called The White Dove of the Desert, the…
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Arizona State Museum

Located on the University of Arizona campus in the first northside building just inside the main gate, at Park and University Blvd. ASM, as the oldest and largest anthropological museum…
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Arizona Historical Society Museum

Located at 949 E. Second Street near the University of Arizona campus. AHS has the world’s largest collection of Arizona history, artifacts, documents, and photographs and offers a variety of…
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Amerind Foundation Museum

Located 64 miles east of Tucson at 2100 N. Amerind Rd. I-10 to Dragoon Rd. exit 318 and proceed east one mile. This is an archaeological research facility and museum…
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