Tucson & Southern Arizona
Tucson’s desert charm, temperate climate and continuum of activity make it an easy winter getaway. Take some time and explore our magical landscape, hike a few trails and then learn of our rich heritage. Retrace the course of southwestern history, savor our incredible, inventive and award-winning regional cuisine. Marvel at our captivating natural beauty. Then, soak up one spectacular sunset after another. Call 1-888-2-Tucson or our web site
Are you tough enough to visit the “Town too Tough to Die”? When you walk the streets of Tombstone, the most famous Western town in the world, you’ll walk where legendary figures Wyatt Earp, Doc Holiday and the Clanton’s lived and fought. See where the infamous 30-second gunfight took place on October 26, 1881 at the rear entrance of the O.K. Corral. Put on your holsters or feather boas and join in on the family fun. For more information, contact the Chamber of Commerce at 888-457-3929 or visit www.tombstonechamber.com.
Known as “Queen of the Copper Camps”, Bisbee offers a rare blend of history, architecture, romance and adventure all wrapped-up in the rugged splendor of an Old West mining town. Tucked in the Mule Mountains, this town is a charming collection of antique shops, art galleries, restaurants and museums. For an unforgettable adventure, suit up in a yellow slicker, mining hat and headlamp for a train ride deep underground in the Queen Mine. Call 1-866-2BISBEE or visit www.discoverbisbee.com.