7 Spring Activities in Tucson

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Spring is the perfect time to discover all that Tucson has to offer! The weather warms up to the 70s and 80s in March and April while staying cool at night. If you just moved to Tucson, are planning to move soon, or you’re a long-time resident, Tucson offers something for everyone. Let EZMove guide you to the best activities in The Old Pueblo

Birds of Tohono Chul Walking Tour

Did you know, there are 13 types of warblers in the Tucson area? Ten of them are migrant birds, which means that spring is the time that you can find all 13! Tohono Chul features 37 acres of themed gardens and trails and offers The Birds of Tohono Chul Walking Tour, a year-round, docent-led tour. Because of our birds’ migratory patterns, spring features the greatest variety. Tohono Chul even provides a checklist, so you can document your experience!

Pima County Fair

Rides, Carnival Games, Fried Food, Concerts – bring on the Pima County Fair! This year, the fair starts on April 19th and ends on April 28th. The Kiddie Land Carnival offers rides for children, but if you’re looking for a thrill, just head over to the Tucson Weekly Carnival by following the lights of the Grand Wheel. There are plenty of discounts and promotions, too!

Kate Breakey: Black Tulips

Kate Breakey is a visual artist whose work is featured, among other places, right here in Tucson at the Etherton Gallery. After visiting Amsterdam in 2011, Kate purchased ‘Queen of the Night’ tulip bulbs and learned how to grow them in Tucson. Now, the Tucson Botanical Gardens are featuring an exhibit with these beautiful, black bulbs until April 28th.

Family Adventure Hour

Held on the fourth Saturday of the month at Presidio San Agustín del Tucson Museum and The Turquoise Trail, the Family Adventure Hour entertains children with “living history”. This age-appropriate tour demonstrates how early Tucsonans would have lived. This fun and educational event continues until April 27th.

Tucson 23: Mexican Food Festival

Treat dad to a stay-cation over Father’s Day Weekend with delicious food from Tucson’s Best 23 Miles of Mexican Food. In partnership with the event, JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa is offering a great stay-cation package. This place has everything: culinary demonstrations, education classes, live music, and discount hotel rates. If the best Mexican food north of the border isn’t enough, did I mention the JW Marriott Tucson has a lazy river and waterslide?

Indoor Football League: Tucson Sugar Skulls

Join the Tucson Sugar Skulls for their first regular season which runs until June 15th. Indoor Football is played on a smaller field than regular football, so the games feature more action and more excitement! Tickets are affordable; they start at only $17. The Sugar Skulls will play their in-state rivals, the Arizona Rattlers, on May 25th.

Breakfast Horseback Ride

At Tanque Verde Ranch, you can enjoy an early morning breakfast and horseback ride every Sunday and Thursday. You don’t have to be a guest of ranch either because these horseback rides are open to the public. Sit fireside, eat some of their famous blueberry pancakes, then head out past alluring desert cacti and rolling hills.

Get Moving to Tucson Today!

We know you can’t wait to experience all of these incredible goings-on in Tucson this spring. Trusted since 1999, our professional experience makes your local, long-distance, or commercial move effortless. If you need a hand getting out here, give EZ-Move a call at (520) 808-0347.

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