A must do if you have aspiring Cowboys, like our two boys (ages 7 & 10). This is an amazing place for them.
Visited here last Thursday on a trip from Scotland! What a place! Got to take part in the stunt show and pretend to punch one of the cowboys! Hilarious fun and amazing to see the sets!
Old Tucson is the man-made town that was used for hundreds of western movies since the 1940's. We toured the town with a guide, rode the stagecoach and train, watched a "gunfight" show and enjoyed the can-can dancers in the saloon. This was lots of fun and is a must-see for any families visiting Tucson!
We visited Old Tucson for the second time this April and loved it again. If you loved watching old western movies you will love it here. Many old westerns were filmed here, plus TV shows like "Little House on the Prairie", and many more. The walking tour his awesome, tour guide is great. All the staff are so friendly and... More
WOW!!Now we have to go home and get Netflix so we can watch wonderful old westerns. Brings back the wonderful feelings of the old west.
When you are in the Tucson area , old Tucson is a must see. The town is exciting to walk thru especially if you have seen some of the many movies or tv shows filmed at this location. The shows that are performed are excellent, all done well, for me the guns from heaven was the best.
We spent a Monday afternoon there and we had such a wonderful time! There are lots of things to see and do there! Old Tucson was used for making hundreds of movies for decades. I went on my first stage coach ride and my first horseback trail ride! There is a carousel, a train, pony rides, and 'horseless carriage' rides!... More
We stayed in Tucson unexpectedly so I was searching for something to do with our 2 year old. I was very pleasantly surprised with this attraction. Not only were my husband and I entertained by the shows and beautiful buildings, but our 2 year old loved it. He is still talking about finding gold in water, the baby horse (was... More
I was here for the Wild West Steampunk Con the first weekend of March. The old town was interesting, with a splash of educational content. Food was limited to four eateries and the general store also had cold beverages. I snuck in granola bars and these kept me going between meals. I did have late lunches at the pizza and... More
What a fun place! My boyfriend and I found this by accident after visiting the desert museum. This was a very unique experience with great shows and lots of history. There are many shows that run quite often. We found the shows to be very high quality and fill up fast. I was so surprised to learn about how many... More
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