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Great Venture Tours: All-Day Grand Canyon Tour for Two, Four, or Six from Great Venture Tours (Up to 50% Off)

All-Day Grand Canyon Tour for Two, Four, or Six from Great Venture Tours (Up to 50% Off)

Great Venture Tours

Sedona

Guided tour with transportation, stop in Sedona, and time to explore the Grand Canyon

$358 $189

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The Amerind Museum: Admission for Two or Four, or Cochise Club Membership to The Amerind Museum (Up to 51% Off)

Admission for Two or Four, or Cochise Club Membership to The Amerind Museum (Up to 51% Off)

The Amerind Museum

Benson

The history of native peoples awakens with archaeological exhibits, galleries, and visits from artists amid a scenic Texas Canyon backdrop

$16 $8

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Southern Arizona Transportation Museum: Tour for Four or Eight People at Southern Arizona Transportation Museum (50% Off)

Tour for Four or Eight People at Southern Arizona Transportation Museum (50% Off)

Southern Arizona Transportation Museum

Historic between Downtown and Tucson

Tour guides lead visitors through the museum, recounting the history of the locomotive’s impact on Tuscon

$12 $6

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Blue Feather Tours: Hopi Lands Tour for Two, Four, or Six from Blue Feather Tours (Up to 47%  Off)

Hopi Lands Tour for Two, Four, or Six from Blue Feather Tours (Up to 47% Off)

Blue Feather Tours

Sedona

Guests are lead through the Navajo reservation on their way to the Hopi Nation & Lands, where they visit centuries-old pueblo-style villages

$358 $199

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Redstone Tours: Monument Valley Tour for Two or Four from Redstone Tours (Up to 41% Off)

Monument Valley Tour for Two or Four from Redstone Tours (Up to 41% Off)

Redstone Tours

Scottsdale

Explore historic Cameron Trading Post and Monument Valley Tribal Park; observe the Painted Desert; eat lunch overlooking Monument Valley

$438 $259

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Tucson Ghost Tour: Two-Hour Ghost Tour or Ghost-Hunting Experience for Two from Tucson Ghost Tour (Up to 40% Off)

Two-Hour Ghost Tour or Ghost-Hunting Experience for Two from Tucson Ghost Tour (Up to 40% Off)

Tucson Ghost Tour

Tucson

Tour-goers explore some of the city’s creepiest and most haunted sites, including the Fox Theater and the Hotel Congress

$60 $39

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Soaring Adventures of America, Inc.: Flight Ticket for Hot-Air Balloon Ride for 1, 2, 3 or 4 from Soaring Adventures of America, Inc. (Up to 26% Off)

Flight Ticket for Hot-Air Balloon Ride for 1, 2, 3 or 4 from Soaring Adventures of America, Inc. (Up to 26% Off)

Soaring Adventures of America, Inc.

 

Leisurely float through the skies in the basket of a colorful hot air balloon

$229.95 $169.95

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Arizona State Museum: One-Year Individual or Family Membership to the Arizona State Museum on the University of Arizona Campus

One-Year Individual or Family Membership to the Arizona State Museum on the University of Arizona Campus

Arizona State Museum

Ward 6

Museum explores Southwest Indian history and contemporary life through 3,000,000 artifacts, film, interactive exhibits & immersive programs

$40 $20

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Scoot City Sedona: $199 for a Two-Person Scootercar Tour of Sedona from Scoot City Sedona ($250 Value)

$199 for a Two-Person Scootercar Tour of Sedona from Scoot City Sedona ($250 Value)

Scoot City Sedona

Sedona

Open-air scootercars carry pairs through the breathtaking scenery of Sedona

$250 $199

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Arizona Tour & Travel: All-Day Sedona Red Rock Tour for Two or Four with Optional Jeep Ride from Arizona Tour & Travel (Up to 44% Off)

All-Day Sedona Red Rock Tour for Two or Four with Optional Jeep Ride from Arizona Tour & Travel (Up to 44% Off)

Arizona Tour & Travel

Tucson

Tour includes stops at Chapel of the Holy Cross, shops in uptown Sedona, and natural red rock formations with an optional Jeep expedition

$240 $139

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Dynamic Motorcycle Tours: Guided Motorcycle Tours for One or Two with Optional Bike Rental at Dynamic Motorcycle Tours (Up to 53% Off)

Guided Motorcycle Tours for One or Two with Optional Bike Rental at Dynamic Motorcycle Tours (Up to 53% Off)

Dynamic Motorcycle Tours

Ward 2

Led by experienced guides, riders explore breathtaking wine country as they follow the famous Apache Trail or the roads to Tombstone

$80 $39

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  • International Wildlife Museum
    Get ready for some serious visual stimulation at Tucson's International Wildlife Museum, where art experts and novices come together. Check out this museum's restaurant, where you can stay for lunch or grab your meal to go. This museum is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along. At International Wildlife Museum, you can park quickly and safely in a lot next door.
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    4800 W Gates Pass Rd
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Arizona State Museum
    As they enter the massive brick building, visitors pass the Watercarrier, a curved bronze statue that lends a first glimpse at a staggering collection of ancient and modern Native American works. Established in 1893, the Arizona State Museum celebrates and records Southwest Indian cultural history with more than 3 million objects, including a collection electrified with more than 25,000 pieces of woven basketry, more than 300,000 catalogued archaeological artifacts, 500,000 photographic negatives and original prints, 90,000 volumes of rare titles, 6,000 maps, 1,500 feet of archival documents, and more than 1,000 sound recordings. The collection forays out onto the museum floor in exhibitions such as Ancient Architecture of the Southwest, where striking photographs frame some of the crumbling archaeological ruins of 1,000-year-old cliff dwellings set against a rugged desert landscape while tastefully photoshopping out the ancient satellite dishes. The Pottery Project spans 2,000 years of Native ceramics with more than 20,000 whole pieces and a lab for hands-on pottery testing. Using artifacts, life-size dioramas, and film, Paths of Life explores the history and contemporary lifeways of ten Native cultures, including those of the Yaqui, O’odham, Apache, Navajo, and Hopi. Museum staff further engage visitors in events that range from talks with museum curators and Native artisans to learning expeditions, which invite guests to tag along with museum and university archaeologists to survey nearby sites, immersing them in the scientific dig experience nearly as effectively as watching Indiana Jones with your nose to the screen. Educational outreach for public-school and university students immerses them in camps and workshops. At the Native Goods museum store, visitors browse a stock of books alongside basketry, jewelry, carvings, and textiles crafted by artists from Yaqui, Hopi, and other nations.
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    1013 East University Boulevard
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter
    A small group of explorers stands beneath an open dome of night sky as pinpricks of starlight glitter against the expanse's dark blues and blacks. Each spot of light even seems to look much clearer from here—likely because the group is standing 9,157 feet above sea level. At the Stewart Observatory inside Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter at the mountain's summit, scientists guide visitors through the use of gear such as a 32-inch Schulman telescope—the state's largest public viewing telescope—to probe the far reaches of space to learn about celestial phenomena and take in magnified images of the universe just above. Days and nights at the center bring a slew of learning experiences to budding astronomers. Accompanied by University of Arizona scientists, Discovery Days lead explorations of topics such as tree rings, hummingbirds, and meteorology, frequently beckoning students into the surrounding outdoors. During nightly SkyNights programming, groups summit Mt. Lemmon for a five-hour evening of dining and stargazing at the observatory. One-on-one time with heavenly bodies comes courtesy of Astronomer Nights, wherein site staffers grant singles or pairs lodging, private access to the Schulman telescope, and the chance to contribute directly to the field upon discovering a supernova, nebula, or handlebar mustache on the man in the moon. Periodically, the scientific team also expounds on specific topics, such as digital celestial imaging, with the public in multiple-day workshops. Each participant builds on the Stewart Observatory's list of achievements since 1970, which include furthering infrared astronomy, surveying the moon for Apollo lunar landings, and searching for near-Earth asteroids.
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    933 North Cherry Avenue
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Jewish History Museum
    The Jewish History Museum's mission is twofold: to teach visitors about Jewish heritage in the American Southwest and to preserve the site of Arizona's first synagogue. Visitors are invited to examine carefully curated exhibits inside this historical building. Eye Catcher: Through photos and stories, the Holocaust History Center honors the lives of survivors. Significant Artifacts: Among the prized artifacts is a pocket watch whose face is inscribed with Hebrew, a gift to Jewish soldiers during World War I. Also on display is an 1897 Mexican coin that was found in the synagogue's cornerstone. Don't Miss: Every January, the museum hosts an exhibit of ornate Ketubah and lavish vintage wedding dresses. One dress features beadwork so intricate that it weighs 42 pounds. Past Exhibits: Skullcaps and Shul Hats displayed collections of head coverings that included intricately designed shul hats and carefully woven yarmulkes from Afghanistan. The Building: Built in 1910 as a synagogue, it fell into disrepair after the congregation outgrew it; it was opened as a museum in 2008 and is today recognized as the first synagogue in Arizona. From the Press: "The museum specializes in found objects—amazing stuff that somehow made its way out of owners’ hands and into this house of treasures." — Zocalo Leave Your Mark: In keeping with the Jewish tradition of placing stones at grave sites as a sign of permanence, visitors are invited to leave one in the Holocaust Center as a tribute to the survivors.
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    564 South Stone Avenue
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Yikes Toys
    Find fantastic deals on video games for all consoles at Yikes Toys in Tucson and bring home your favorites. Pushing the boundaries of conventional artwork, this Yikes Toys features one-of-a-kind pieces that will easily dress up any room. With the electronic entertainment available here, you'll unlock new methods of fun with such devices as video game systems. This game is perfect for the family. Take it out on a rainy day or bring it with you on your next road trip. Your boundaries are unlimited when you are in control of an awesome radio control toy. Take it anywhere you want! Get your hardhat on! Pretend to be a construction worker today with your kiddos and start building with a fun set from this Yikes Toys. With a new art and drawing toy from this store, you can bring your kids' creativity to life. If your kids spend a lot of time doing pretend play, they'll fall in love with a doll from this store. The best toys for children encourage the joy of learning, and this one is no different! No toy chest is complete without an action figure. Pick up one at this store to make sure you have this for your next play date! Stuffed animals are great gifts to give. Make sure to pick one up today. When you're planning for your next vacation, make sure to pack these binoculars to get a closer view at the scenic sites. There's great parking only a short distance from Yikes Toys. Filled with old classics and new favorites, Yikes Toys is the place to go for all the best video games.
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    2930 E Broadway Blvd
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Children's Museum Tucson
    Children's Museum Tucson was built on the belief that learning should be fun. To that end, play is a key element in the museum's interactive exhibits. Each year, more than 144,000 people visit and learn something new. Size: a 17,000-square-foot facility with 13 permanent exhibits Eye Catcher: the giant body parts that move and make sounds inside Bodyology Permanent Mainstay: Investigation Station, which is filled with interactive activities devoted to physics, optics, math, and other sciences Don't Miss: Children explore various mediums and use recyclables to create their very own masterpieces in the art studio. What's Outdoors: a courtyard with a sand pit, a playhouse, a fountain, and sweet scents from the garden Pro Tip: Take younger visitors to Wee World, the museum area that's specifically designed for ages 4 and under. Special Programs: kids' exercises classes, educational programs, and summer camps
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    200 S 6th Ave
    Tucson, AZ US

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