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An insider’s guide to Tucson

Discover the urban sophistication and laid-back style of the Viscount Suite Hotel in Tucson, Arizona. Stay at this independently owned and operated all-suite hotel and find yourself in the middle of everything, welcomed by a friendly staff of locals who can’t wait to show you their city.

To find out about all the great things to see and do from University of Arizona events to Saguaro National Park adventures you can cruise the hotel’s free Internet in your suite or stop by the front desk to ask about our personal favorites.

We’ll steer you towards the most fascinating attractions or the best shopping. We’ll even share our favorite restaurants and nightlife spots with you, as long as you promise to keep a secret

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

2702 520 883-2702

World renowned, the Desert Museum is a combination zoo / aquarium / botanical garden / natural history museum, offering a thorough examination of Sonoran desert habitats.

Old Tucson Studios

210 S. Kinney Rd. - Tel: 520 883-0100 520 883-0100

Travel 22 miles west of Tucson Mountain Park Road and journey back 100 years into the Old West. The town of Old Tucson, originally built by Columbia Pictures, has been used in over 60 motion pictures. There are stagecoaches, pony and train rides, shops, restaurants and daily gun fights.

Saguaro National Park

Tel: East - 520 733-5153 520 733-5153 / West - 520 733-5158 520 733-5158

The saguaro cactus is unique to the Sonoran desert, and its bloom is the state flower. The monument, with its many acres of scenic beauty, is administered by the National Park Service and can be enjoyed at two locations east and west of town.

San Xavier Mission

Tel: 520 294-2624 520 294-2624

Built from 1793 to 1797 by Franciscans, the "White Dove of the Desert" is acclaimed by authorities as the finest example of mission architecture in the United States. Still used as a church by Papago Indians, the mission features 20-minute lectures daily except Sunday, every hour on the half hour from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Colossal Cave Mountain Park

Tel: 520 647-3450 520 647-3450

This desert refuge has sheltered people for over a thousand years. It has been home, shrine, hideout, playground and tranquil retreat. Today, the 2,000-acre park showcases crystal-filled Colossal Cave and historic La Posta Quemada Ranch.

Biosphere 2

AZ Hwy. 77 - Tel: 520 896-6200 520 896-6200

This is where they sealed in the Biospherians for two years in the early 1990s. Visitors can now go inside and learn about the environment. The three-acre complex contains a million-gallon ocean and living coral reef, rainforest, savannah, marsh, desert and a 24" telescope. Also on the very scenic premises is a restaurant and gift shops. Open daily.

Kitt Peak Observatory

Tel: 520 318-8200 520 318-8200

Kitt Peak is the world's largest astronomical facility, featuring a visitor center and three telescopes.

Sabino Canyon

5900 Sabino Canyon Rd. - Tel: 520 749-8700 520 749-8700

Fed by the waters of Sabino Creek and sheltered by the canyon walls, the plants and animals that inhabit the canyon offer an interesting contrast to those found in the surrounding desert. The shade and cool water attract Tucsonans year-round to this site.

Mount Lemmon

Tel: 520 576-1321 520 576-1321

Mount Lemmon, at 9,150 feet, is the highest peak of the beautiful Santa Catalina Mountains. The drive to the top takes you on a 7,000-foot elevation climb through forests of saguaro cacti, ponderosa pine, Douglas fir and aspen trees. Picnic areas, camping grounds and vista points are available en route to the summit. Ski in the winter, and enjoy the cool alpine weather in the summer. The chairlift operates year-round.

Tohono Chul Park

Tel: 520 575-8468 520 575-8468

A beautiful park and desert preserve with abundant bird and wildlife, plus a tearoom. A single trip to Tucson can add dozens of species to a birder's life list. The diversity of terrain, mild climate and proximity to Mexico are responsible for more than 450 species recorded here. South Arizona has become famous as one of the country's best birdwatching areas.

Many migratory species such as the sandhill crane winter here. In the summer, hummingbirds and Mexican rarities come across the border to nest, and many of our permanent residents are seldom seen anywhere else.

Tucson Botanical Gardens

2150 N. Alvernon Way - Tel: 520 326-9686 520 326-9686

More than five acres of demonstration gardens, including xeriscape and cacti, herbs, flowers, historical, sensory, barrio and children's gardens.

4855 East Broadway
Tucson, AZ, 85711
Phone: _520 745 6500
Toll Free: 1 _800 527 9666
From Mexico: _001 52 520 745 6500
Fax: _520 790 5114
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