Best Attractions in Tucson Arizona
EZ-Move has been Tucson’s leading, community-based, neighborhood movers since 1999. By following the roads of Tucson, EZ-Move has found the Top 5 Best Attractions our beautiful city has to offer.
From state parks to historical landmarks and more, these attractions will make you wish that you could see them all year around.
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
The name Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is actually a misnomer. The Museum is a scenic location full of outdoor adventures, including a 97-acre zoo and wildlife conservation site.
Fans of exotic fish will love visiting the Museum’s one thousand Sonoyta pupfish currently being maintained by the preservation staff members. Parents who want to educate their children on the importance of nature and wildlife will find the museum to be an educational exploration, just remember to bring plenty of water and sunscreen.
The tallest Mountain in the Santa Catalina Range, a journey by car up into Mt. Lemmon will reveal the many biomes of deserts and forests that make up the mountain’s terrain.
Mt. Lemmon offers many scenic byways where families can stop and take photos of the diverse nature provided by the mountain. Residence of Tucson can also enjoy visiting the Mount Lemmon Ski Valley year around for weekend getaway and winter ski trips.
Mission San Xavier del Bac
Known as the White Dove of the Desert for the large white towers that stand at the church’s gate entrance. Mission San Xavier del Bac is an active Catholic church and visitors are welcomed to join the church’s daily services while visiting. Guided tours are provided by Patronato San Xavier, a non-profit organization devoted to the church’s preservation and upkeep.
Pima Air & Space Museum
For those who have always been fascinated by the science of flight. The Pima Air & Space Museum is a must see attraction. With 100,000 square feet, the museum is considered one of the world’s largest displays of aircraft and equipment. Created as a gift for the 25th Anniversary of the United States Air Force this museum shares the rich history of America as told through aviation.
Reid Park Zoo
Just thirteen minutes from downtown Tucson lies the Reid Park Zoo, a 24-acre campus that is home to exotic animals such as tapirs, tigers, gazelles and more.
Families are encouraged to visit the zoo in the morning as the animals are much more active during those hours than in the afternoon. The zoo wishes to promote education and fun for all ages and offers a variety of scheduled events suitable for everyone.
The Best Tucson Has to Offer
E-Z Move has been in Tucson, Arizona for over a decade and we can wholeheartedly say that we love all that Tucson has to offer. Visit some of our unique attractions and if you find yourself falling in love with Tucson. Feel free to give us a call, and we’ll help you move. (520) 808-0347