Hot Well Dunes Recreation Area
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Sound like a day at the beach? Well, actually, the sands at the Hot Well Dunes Recreation Area were a beach surrounding a lake approximately two million years ago. What remains today offers one of the most unique recreation spots in Arizona. Where else does the opportunity to ride in sand dunes and soak in relaxing hot tubs exist at the same location? However, please be considerate of your neighbors who may not be here to participate in the same activity as you. This is the only way this area will continue to be available to have fun in the sand, sun, and water.

Sound like a day at the beach? Well, actually, the sands at the Hot Well Dunes Recreation Area were a beach surrounding a lake approximately two million years ago. What remains today offers one of the most unique recreation spots in Arizona. Where else does the opportunity to ride in sand dunes and soak in relaxing hot tubs exist at the same location? However, please be considerate of your neighbors who may not be here to participate in the same activity as you. This is the only way this area will continue to be available to have fun in the sand, sun, and water.

Phone
(928) 348-4400
Business Address
711 14th Ave
85546
Tombstone’s Historama
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Tombstone?s Historama provides visitors with an authoritative account of Tombstone's history from Geronimo's Apaches to modern times. This ?must see? orientation includes the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral the great fires the flooding of Tombstone?s mines and more. Viewers discover how Tombstone got its name and why Wyatt Earp left Tombstone wanted for murder. Actor Vincent Price narrates this 25-minute multimedia presentation involving video historic photos and computer controlled animated figures moving on a revolving stage. The Historama is included with admission to the O.K. Corral. Open daily 9:30 a.m.?4:30 p.m. (Closed Christmas Day and Thanksgiving)

Tombstone?s Historama provides visitors with an authoritative account of Tombstone's history from Geronimo's Apaches to modern times. This ?must see? orientation includes the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral the great fires the flooding of Tombstone?s mines and more. Viewers discover how Tombstone got its name and why Wyatt Earp left Tombstone wanted for murder. Actor Vincent Price narrates this 25-minute multimedia presentation involving video historic photos and computer controlled animated figures moving on a revolving stage. The Historama is included with admission to the O.K. Corral. Open daily 9:30 a.m.?4:30 p.m. (Closed Christmas Day and Thanksgiving)

Phone
(520) 457-3456
Business Address
326 E Allen St
85638
Tucson Botanical Gardens
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An urban oasis of 5.5 acres with 17 residentially-scaled specialty gardens. The Gardens has a seasonal live tropical Butterfly Exhibit Butterfly Magic. Eclectic Gift Shop Monthly Rotating Art Exhibits Birdhouse Cafe Tours and Classes available. Open daily 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Admission: May through October pricing: $8 adults $7 senior/student/military $4 for children 4-12 and free for children under 4 and members. October through April pricing: $13 adult $12 senior/student/military $7.50 children 4 to 12 free to children under 4 and members (Includes entrance to Butterfly Magic) Memberships available. For more information visit our website.

An urban oasis of 5.5 acres with 17 residentially-scaled specialty gardens. The Gardens has a seasonal live tropical Butterfly Exhibit Butterfly Magic. Eclectic Gift Shop Monthly Rotating Art Exhibits Birdhouse Cafe Tours and Classes available. Open daily 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Admission: May through October pricing: $8 adults $7 senior/student/military $4 for children 4-12 and free for children under 4 and members. October through April pricing: $13 adult $12 senior/student/military $7.50 children 4 to 12 free to children under 4 and members (Includes entrance to Butterfly Magic) Memberships available. For more information visit our website.

Phone
(520) 326-9686
Business Address
2150 N Alvernon Way
85712
Destination Bisbee
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Nestled in the mile-high Mule Mountains Bisbee is the most historically and architecturally authentic city in Southern Arizona. Once known as ?the Queen of the Copper Camps? Bisbee has evolved into a unique city with a thriving historic district and an energetic arts scene. With cool summers and sunny winters it is the hub for high desert recreation hiking and birding. Visitors choose from 40 historic and boutique lodging accommodations an array of specialty shops antique stores galleries and enticing restaurants. Bisbee has an uncommon blend of creativity friendliness style romance and sense of place that is attractive to travelers.

Nestled in the mile-high Mule Mountains Bisbee is the most historically and architecturally authentic city in Southern Arizona. Once known as ?the Queen of the Copper Camps? Bisbee has evolved into a unique city with a thriving historic district and an energetic arts scene. With cool summers and sunny winters it is the hub for high desert recreation hiking and birding. Visitors choose from 40 historic and boutique lodging accommodations an array of specialty shops antique stores galleries and enticing restaurants. Bisbee has an uncommon blend of creativity friendliness style romance and sense of place that is attractive to travelers.

Business Address
55 Main St
85603
Arizona Hops and Vines
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We're a small winery that's awesome! One of many great Sonoita-area wineries in Southern Arizona, our family farm is a fun, warm place for families and wine afficionados alike.

We're a small winery that's awesome! One of many great Sonoita-area wineries in Southern Arizona, our family farm is a fun, warm place for families and wine afficionados alike.

Phone
(888) 569-1642
Business Address
85637
Tubac Presidio State Historic Park
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Come to Tubac and experience 2000 years of Southwest history! We showcase every culture (Native American Spanish Mexican Pioneer American and Arizonian) with award-winning artifacts and displays to bring those 2000 years of history to life. See Arizona's first printing press our original 1885 school house an archaeological display of Presidio ruins temporary exhibits and programs on all aspects of Arizona history a picnic area and the Juan Bautista de Anza Trailhead. Open daily 9 a.m.-5 p.m. closed Christmas Day. Admission $5 adults; $2 Youth (7-13); children FREE.

Come to Tubac and experience 2000 years of Southwest history! We showcase every culture (Native American Spanish Mexican Pioneer American and Arizonian) with award-winning artifacts and displays to bring those 2000 years of history to life. See Arizona's first printing press our original 1885 school house an archaeological display of Presidio ruins temporary exhibits and programs on all aspects of Arizona history a picnic area and the Juan Bautista de Anza Trailhead. Open daily 9 a.m.-5 p.m. closed Christmas Day. Admission $5 adults; $2 Youth (7-13); children FREE.

Phone
(520) 398-2252
Business Address
1 Burruel St
85646
Colossal Cave Mountain Park
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This desert refuge has sheltered people for over a thousand years. It has been home shrine hideout challenging workplace exciting playground tranquil retreat. Named to the National Register of Historic Places as a National Historic District the 2400-acre Park showcases crystal-filled Colossal Cave and historic La Posta Quemada Ranch a working ranch for over 136 years. Spend an exciting day: take a Cave tour browse in the museums relax in the cool wooded picnic areas take a hike saddle up for a trail ride sluice for gemstones?and explore our two charming Southwestern gift shops. Open daily year-round.; Colossal Cave Mountain Park presents a holiday candlelight tour followed by chili cornbread hot dogs and s'mores under the ramada.

This desert refuge has sheltered people for over a thousand years. It has been home shrine hideout challenging workplace exciting playground tranquil retreat. Named to the National Register of Historic Places as a National Historic District the 2400-acre Park showcases crystal-filled Colossal Cave and historic La Posta Quemada Ranch a working ranch for over 136 years. Spend an exciting day: take a Cave tour browse in the museums relax in the cool wooded picnic areas take a hike saddle up for a trail ride sluice for gemstones?and explore our two charming Southwestern gift shops. Open daily year-round.; Colossal Cave Mountain Park presents a holiday candlelight tour followed by chili cornbread hot dogs and s'mores under the ramada.

Phone
(520) 647-7275
Business Address
16721 E Old Spanish Trail
85641
St. Patrick’s Catholic Church
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Open for services. Allow 30 minutes-1 hour.

Open for services. Allow 30 minutes-1 hour.

Phone
(520) 432-5753
Business Address
85603
The Tombstone Epitaph
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The Tombstone Epitaph is Arizona?s oldest newspaper. Today you can explore this famous newspaper?s historic newsroom and print shop. Inspect the original printing press and see how the Epitaph was printed in the 1880s. Read 1880s news reports of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral? Tombstone?s Great Fires and the Apache Geronimo?s surrender. A fascinating display chronicles the life of John P. Clum--the Epitaph?s founder Tombstone?s Mayor and Postmaster and good friend of Wyatt Earp. Admission is free to this National Historic Journalism Site. Open daily 9:30 a.m.?5 p.m. (Closed Christmas and Thanksgiving) Subscription: $25/year.

The Tombstone Epitaph is Arizona?s oldest newspaper. Today you can explore this famous newspaper?s historic newsroom and print shop. Inspect the original printing press and see how the Epitaph was printed in the 1880s. Read 1880s news reports of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral? Tombstone?s Great Fires and the Apache Geronimo?s surrender. A fascinating display chronicles the life of John P. Clum--the Epitaph?s founder Tombstone?s Mayor and Postmaster and good friend of Wyatt Earp. Admission is free to this National Historic Journalism Site. Open daily 9:30 a.m.?5 p.m. (Closed Christmas and Thanksgiving) Subscription: $25/year.

Phone
(520) 457-2211
Business Address
11 S 5th St
85638
The Presidio San Agust¡n
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The Presidio San Agustin is Tucson's re-constructed Spanish fort originally built in 1775 which stood through the late 1800's. Today a portion of it stands on the same ground where it was originally built and remains of the original foundation are still present. Visit any time to see Museum exhibits about early Tucson and the many cultures that first came together during the Colonial Period. Docents are also available to provide brief tours of the Territorial era house and courtyard as well as the re-built Presidio. The Presidio also comes to life during Living History days with interpreters in period dress performing daily activities including bread making in the adobe oven blacksmithing soldiering and much more. Check the website for Living History days (second Saturday of the month during winter hours) and for other special events and activities. Winter Hours:October thru April Wed. thru Sun. 10-4. Summer Hours: May thru Sept. Thurs. thru Sun. 10-3.

The Presidio San Agustin is Tucson's re-constructed Spanish fort originally built in 1775 which stood through the late 1800's. Today a portion of it stands on the same ground where it was originally built and remains of the original foundation are still present. Visit any time to see Museum exhibits about early Tucson and the many cultures that first came together during the Colonial Period. Docents are also available to provide brief tours of the Territorial era house and courtyard as well as the re-built Presidio. The Presidio also comes to life during Living History days with interpreters in period dress performing daily activities including bread making in the adobe oven blacksmithing soldiering and much more. Check the website for Living History days (second Saturday of the month during winter hours) and for other special events and activities. Winter Hours:October thru April Wed. thru Sun. 10-4. Summer Hours: May thru Sept. Thurs. thru Sun. 10-3.

Phone
(520) 837-8119
Business Address
196 N Court St
85701