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 reds. The wines are aged in French Oak, Hungarian Oak, Italian Chestnut and Stainless Steel. The winery has moved to the Stelvin ROPP cap and all of our wine bottlings from 2007 onward shall be in screw cap.
Grapes at Hannah's Hill Vineyard are grown and produced in Arizona within a day's drive of your dinner table. They are sold to you directly by the people who produced them.
Featuring natural-history collections from around the world hands-on exhibits Wildlife Theater showing films hourly and Oasis Gift Shop. Group tours and discounts available.; Experience over 400 species of birds mammals and insects up close! $2 off general admission is not valid with any other offer. Limit four tickets per coupon. ... more
Old Tucson Where the Spirit of the Old West Comes Alive is southern Arizona?s premier venue for Western family fun! This venerated film location features historic tours live stunt shows saloon musicals living history presentations trail rides and more. Great food shopping games and rides for the kids. Allow 3-5 hours. Special events like the Heritage & Harvest Festival Steampunk Festival Wild West Days Cowboy Music & Arts Festival and more throughout the season. Note: Old Tucson operates on a seasonal calendar. From June through September Old Tucson accepts reservations for weddings corporate functions and company picnics. Old Tucson is open on Fridays Saturdays and Sundays from October through December 23 (closed Dec. 24 Christmas Eve and Dec. 25 Christmas Day). Daily operations begin December 26th. For a detailed overview of operational days please visit www.OldTucson.com/visit-ots. Nightfall Old Tucson?s annual month-long Halloween event is open September 26 thru October 31 on Thurs. and Sun. from 6 p.m.-10 p.m. and on Fri. and Sat. from 6 p.m.-12 a.m. Please note that Southern Arizona Attractions Passport is not valid for Nightfall.; Old Tucson presents a celebration of southern Arizona heritage and culture with performances by local mariachi and folklorico groups and living history presentations and exhibits...more; Does your average Halloween haunted house leave you wanting? Come to the one and only real haunted town ... Nightfall! Bury yourself in a totally terrifying town with outrageous liv...more; Shoot Out at the Chaparral an Old Tucson Signature Event takes Tucson by storm Saturday and Sunday February 21 and 22. Gunfighters and Western Characters from all over the ...more; Enjoy the Western Movie Fest with tours of Old Tucson Studios Wild West Days Festivites Q & A's with the stars: actor Barry Corbin stuntman Dean Smith screenwriter/producer ...more
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 contemporary miniatures. The artistic, historic, architectural and creative aspects of miniatures will be shared in an entertaining and interactive way with community members of all ages.
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. Private tours year-round; phone or e-mail for arrangements. Phone:520-294-1280. ADA Compliant.
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 nice southerly facing slope, we thought the cold air drainage would be adequate with the falling eastern terrain. After several years of data points, we identified the need to change some of our varietals to cope with the late spring frosts and early fall frosts. Read more about our vineyard by using the navigation on the left.
EXPLORE YOUR UNIVERSE! The world?s largest collection of optical telescopes is located high above the Sonoran Desert. Kitt Peak on the Tohono O?odham Reservation is home to 24 optical and two radio telescopes representing dozens of astronomical research institutions. The National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO) funded by the National Science Foundation oversees site operations on Kitt Peak. Explore the Visitor Center exhibits and gift shop to learn about astronomy. Take a tour and discover how astronomers use telescopes to unlock the mysteries of the Universe. Visit the National Solar Observatory exhibit gallery and watch scientists operate the world?s largest solar telescope. Docent-lead tours run daily 10 a.m. 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Self-guided also available. Open daily. Closed Thanksgiving Day Dec. 25th and Jan. 1st. NIGHTLY STARGAZING: Join us for a special experience and use the Visitor Center Public Telescopes telescope to observe spectacular objects in the night sky. This program is limited to 46 participants and requires reservations made well in advance. Group numbers can go to 100. This unique program runs nightly. Ck our website for current and unique star gazing programs. The Kitt Peak Experience ..Like no other! DIRECTIONS: Kitt Peak is 56 miles southwest of Tucson via State Route 86 on the Tohono O'odham Reservation. Allow 90 minutes of drive time from Tucson. Take I-10 to I-19 South. Less than 1 mile is Ajo Way/Hwy 86 (Exit 99). Take this exit West (right). Proceed past Ryan Airfield and Three Points. Continue until Junction 386 (Kitt Peak turnoff). Turn left onto 386. The Kitt Peak Visitor Center is located at the summit (12 miles). Paved and maintained road.
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