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Tucson: 4-Hour Guided Tour of Mount Lemmon

1. Tucson: 4-Hour Guided Tour of Mount Lemmon

Take the scenic route up Mount Lemmon on a guided tour and admire the rugged landscape as you ride. Stop at the most beautiful spots along the way and soak in the breathtaking views around you. With your experienced guide, travel to the most spectacular viewing points at Mount Lemmon. Climb impressive rock formations at Wendy's Point and enjoy panoramic views over Tucson and the valley below. Continue to Ski Valley with its stunning hiking trails. Arrive at the summit with an elevation of 9,159 feet and enjoy views from the highest point in the Santa Catalina Mountains. Located in the Coronado National Forest north of Tucson, get a bird's eye view of Tucson at a cooler temperature to truly appreciate your surroundings. Stop at the quaint town of Summer Haven and enjoy free time to explore the local shops.

Tucson: Botanical Gardens Admission Ticket

2. Tucson: Botanical Gardens Admission Ticket

Founded in 1964, the Tucson Botanical Gardens is a historic property in mid-town Tucson located on the site of the Porter property. The Canadian Garden Council named it one of the “Top 10 North American Gardens Worth Traveling For.” Distinctive features include mature trees, expertly cultivated foliage, specialty gardens, and a magical butterfly exhibit that’s home to over 400 butterflies from 11 countries. The tropical butterfly exhibit features hundreds of butterflies and beautiful blooming orchids. Keep your eyes peeled for hummingbirds, cardinals, quail, butterflies, olive trees, dwarf citrus trees, bearded iris, wildflowers, and cacti. There’s also art exhibits and galleries and the chance to have breakfast or lunch in an outdoor setting.

Tucson: Flandrau Science Center & Planetarium Exhibit Ticket

3. Tucson: Flandrau Science Center & Planetarium Exhibit Ticket

Learn about the world and the sky with admission to the Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium. Enjoy a variety of exhibits that explore sharks, space, and fossils, and stay after dark to see Jupiter through a telescope. At the heart of the University of Arizona campus, enter Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium. After showing your ticket, head in to explore the universe, from earth to space. Get your young children excited about science with interactive elements, games, and activities. Older children and adults alike can learn about bugs, sharks, black holes, and space. Consider adding as a full-dome planetarium experience while you're there. Metalheads can pop into the Planetarium for a laser show featuring music by Pink Floyd and Metallica. Sroll through the many exhibits. Learn about the importance of bugs for the environment, discover the largest scale model of the surface of Mars, and see ancient fossils. Throughout the year, changing exhibits focus on biology, energy, and optics and weave in ground-breaking UA research, revealing the world of science careers for budding scientists. After dark, meet with a volunteer astronomer at the Flandrau Observatory. Peer through a 16-inch telescope to see Saturn's rings, the cloud belts of Jupiter, and the Andromeda galaxy.

Tucson: Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Admission Ticket

4. Tucson: Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Admission Ticket

Experience the magic of the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum with this attraction ticket. Traverse two miles of walking paths across 21 acres of desert landscape and uncover the diverse flora and fauna of the Sonoran Desert region. Exchange your voucher for a ticket in the fast-tracked Pre-Purchased Tickets line and begin your journey through the animal and plant life which abounds in the Sonoran Desert. Take a stroll through over 55,000 species of plants. Admire wildlife such as coyotes, javelinas, mountain lions, and bighorn sheep in naturalistic habitats. Bird lovers delight in visiting the Museum's two aviaries, one which is solely dedicated to hummingbirds. Learn about how the museum has worked to protect the natural systems of the Sonoran Desert Region. Find out about its mission to inspire people to live in harmony with the natural world by fostering love, appreciation, and understanding of the Sonoran Desert.

Tucson: Southern Arizona Attractions Discount Pass

5. Tucson: Southern Arizona Attractions Discount Pass

Discover Southern Arizona's top attractions and save over $500 at over 60 different locations. Visit as many attractions as you like during normal operating hours until your time runs out. The clock starts when you use your card at the first attraction. Have your pass instantly delivered to your phone via text or email and start using it immediately without wasting your phone's storage on app downloads. Save the pass to your phone's home screen for easy one-tap access. Some of the attractions included: • Arizona Zipline Adventures • Casino Del Sol • Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley • Golf N' Stuff • Musselman Honda Circuit • Pima County Fair • Reid Park Zoo • Southern Arizona Heritage & Visitor Center • Tombstone Forward • Tucson Sugar Skulls • Center For Creative Photography • DeGrazia Gallery In The Sun Museum • Helen S. Schaefer Poetry Center • Madaras Gallery • Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson • Sonoran Glass School • Southern Arizona Arts Guild & Gallery • The Mini Time Machine Museum Of Miniatures • Tubac Center Of The Arts • Tubac Chamber and Welcome Center • Tucson Desert Art Museum • Tucson Improv Movement • Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block • Ajo District Chamber and Visitor Center • Amerind Museum • Arizona History Museum • Arizona State Museum • Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum • Bisbee Tourism Center • Cocoraque Ranch and Pavillion • Discover Bisbee • Discover Marana Visitor Center • Mission San Xavier Del Bac • Nogales-Santa Cruz County Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center • O.K. Corral® Famous Gunfight Site • Pima Air & Space Museum • Presidio San AgustÍn Del Tucson Museum • Southern Arizona Transportation Museum • Titan Missile Museum • Tombstone Epitaph Newspaper & Museum • Tombstone Forward • Tucson Metro Chamber • Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum • University Libraries • Arizona- Sonora Desert Museum • Campus Arboretum • Catalina State Park • Colossal Cave Mountain Park • Desert Laboratory on Tumamoc Hill • Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce • Green Valley Sahuarita Chamber Of Commerce • International Wildlife Museum • National Parks Store • Oracle State Park • Patagonia Lake State Park • Picacho Peak State Park • Roper Lake State Park • Sabino Canyon Crawler • Saguaro National Park East and West • Tohono Chul • Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park • Tubac Presidio State Historic Park • Tucson Botanical Gardens • Tumacácori National Historical Park • La Encantada Shopping Center • Main Gate Square • Southern Arizona Arts Guild & Gallery • University of Arizona Book Stores - Student Union • Biosphere 2 • History of Pharmacy Museum • Space Imagery Center

Tucson: 3-Hour Urban Adventure Quest Scavenger Hunt

6. Tucson: 3-Hour Urban Adventure Quest Scavenger Hunt

Looking for a way to turn Tucson into a giant game board? Urban Adventure Quest has created an interactive scavenger hunt combined with a 3-hour sightseeing tour of Tucson. Guided from any smartphone, you and your team will make your way among well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. The scavenger hunt adventure begins in the heart of the city and takes you on a well-designed course to famous parks, cathedrals, historic hotels, theaters, and El Presidio. Using a smartphone as your guide makes it possible for you to start when you want and determine your own pace of play. Stop for a famous bacon-wrapped Sonoran dog or grab an ice cream. Offered at a fixed price for a team of up to 5 players versus per person pricing, this city Quest offers a great value to those on a budget. Note that the tour involves approximately 2 miles of walking.

Tombstone: 2-Hour Small Group Scavenger Hunt Game

7. Tombstone: 2-Hour Small Group Scavenger Hunt Game

Looking for a way to turn Tombstone into a giant game board?   Urban Adventure Quest has created an interactive scavenger hunt that combines the fun of the Amazing Race with a three-hour sightseeing tour of Tombstone with a wild-west theme.  Guided from any smart phone, groups make their way among well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history.  The scavenger hunt adventure begins in the heart of this famous western town and takes you on a well-designed course to historic saloons, theaters and of course, the O.K. Corral.  This mini Quest tour requires approximately 1 mile of walking.  Using a smart phone as “the guide” allows participants to start when they want and determine their own pace of play.  Stop to watch a shoot-out, or grab a refreshing sarsaparilla to wet your whistle and go at your own pace. Offered at a fixed price for a group vs. per person pricing, this city tour/game offers a great value to those on a budget. Quest Highlights Start: City Hall on Fremont St. End: Tombstone Court House Distance: 1.0 mile NikeFuel: 312 pts Time: 1.5 hours   Questions: 12 Bonus Qs: 2   Points of Interest: The Epitaph Bird Cage Theatre Big Nose Kate’s OK Corral Tombstone Court House

Tucson: Speedway Race Admission Tickets

8. Tucson: Speedway Race Admission Tickets

Discover great racing, enjoy a meet and greet for fans of every age, and get a closer look at the drivers and their cars with this entry ticket to the Tucson Speedway. Capture cars such as super late models, modifieds, hornets, bandoleros, and thunder trucks at this stock car auto racing track. See everything from a spectacular season opener in March to a 'summer sizzle' in July, and a Thanksgiving-themed race in November. Explore the track's entertainment waiting for you, your friends, and your family.

Tucson: Arizona State Museum Entry Ticket

9. Tucson: Arizona State Museum Entry Ticket

Take your entry ticket and visit the Arizona State Museum. Established in 1893, the museum is the oldest and largest anthropological research facility in the U.S. Southwest, home to the world's most comprehensive collections of Southwest Indigenous pottery and Native North American basketry. During yours visit see the museum's core and temporary exhibits. Learn about thousands of years of fiber-weaving traditions in "Woven Through Time: American Treasures of Native Basketry and Fiber Art." Explore the 2,000 year history of pottery-making in "The Pottery Project." Renowned for its excellence in preserving, interpreting, and sharing the material culture of the U.S. Southwest and northwest Mexico, the museum's extensive collections are among the most significant resources in the world for the study of American Southwest’s 13,000 year human history.

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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 7 reviews

I had a great time on my recent four hour Mount Lemmon tour. It way exceeded my expectations. Timothy, the tour guide and owner, has a true passion for Mount Lemmon and all it has to offer. He is very knowledgeable about the mountain and did a great narrative on the way up and down. He knew the answers to all my questions. I highly recommend this activity to everyone. People of all ages will enjoy it. Two thumbs up!

The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is a great and extraordinary museum. Usually you stay here for 3-4 hours. It's a great place for families and children. All the animals of the desert can be seen on site. Since 80 percent of the museum is outdoors, it is important to wear a hat, water (can be refilled free of charge at water points in the park) and good sunscreen. Have fun exploring the desert museum.

This was a great four hour trip up and down Mount Lemmon. My tour guide/owner was Timothy. He did an excellent job. Extremely knowledgeable about the mountain and the nuances associated with it. Very passionate about it as well. He was friendly and quite agreeable. I highly recommend this activity. Very educational. Two thumbs way up!

Was a great tour. Tim was very nice and he made 5 stops and highlighted to different area, the rock formations and the views. Highly recommend

Timothy is one of the most knowledgeable tour guides I have ever had. I absolutely loved the tour. Highly recommend!!!