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#121 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Sports Complexes
Tucson's Best and Largest Outdoor Paintball Field. Check out our website for more information.
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#122 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Golf Courses
Owner description: This nine-hole resort golf course is nestled at the base of Pusch Ridge, which offers numerous elevation changes to challenge... more » Owner description: This nine-hole resort golf course is nestled at the base of Pusch Ridge, which offers numerous elevation changes to challenge even the best of players. « less
#123 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Military Museums
This museum has exhibits on the Apache Wars and explores life at the fort.
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#124 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Sports Complexes
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#125 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Religious Sites
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#126 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Art Galleries
Owner description: Searching for rare Old American Indian, , Ethnographic Art and Mexican Antiques is a very addictive business venture. I... more » Owner description: Searching for rare Old American Indian, , Ethnographic Art and Mexican Antiques is a very addictive business venture. I opened my first gallery in 1972, and the hunt for material has been never ending. I spend most of my time doing research and scouring the country in search of rare items that have been hidden away for many years.After thirty years of traveling endless miles all over the United States, I have developed a fine network of friends who help me find things. Now that I’ve entered the computer age, I hope it will be easier for me and my clients (old and new) to stay in touch. If I don’t have what you want – there’s a pretty good chance I can find it for you. If you’re not interested in buying or selling or having an appraisal done, but would like some information about your treasure, please feel free to contact me and I’ll do my best to shed some light on the item. If I can’t help – I can probably send you in the right direction.Being a Charter Member of the Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association, I fully guarantee the authenticity of the material I offer and stand by it completely. If you have things you would like to sell, I am willing to travel. I am always interested in buying collections or single items outright or offer you a consignment service at very reasonable rates. « less
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#127 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Parks; Playgrounds
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#128 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Golf Courses
Owner description: This 18-hole championship desert course measures 5,068 and 6,896 yards from the front and back tees, which challenges golfers... more » Owner description: This 18-hole championship desert course measures 5,068 and 6,896 yards from the front and back tees, which challenges golfers of all skill levels. « less
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#129 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Theaters
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#130 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Golf Courses
Owner description: Silverbell Golf Course is a championship par-70 layout located high upon the west bank of the Santa Cruz River. The course... more » Owner description: Silverbell Golf Course is a championship par-70 layout located high upon the west bank of the Santa Cruz River. The course features wide undulating fairways that meander among stands of mature pine trees, strategically placed bunkers, and two large lakes that come in to play on five holes. Recently redesigned in 2005, Silverbell challenges golfers of all abilities. The complex also includes a driving range and practice facility. « less
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#131 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Golf Courses
This 18-hole championship golf course is at 6,681 yards with a 71.9 rating.
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#132 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Neighborhoods; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Shopping plaza
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#133 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Public Transportation Systems
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#134 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Race Car Tracks
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#135 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Religious Sites
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#136 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Theaters
Owner description: The nearly 5,000-seat Anselmo Valencia Tori Amphitheater (AVA) has become a hot-spot of Southern Arizona, taking the... more » Owner description: The nearly 5,000-seat Anselmo Valencia Tori Amphitheater (AVA) has become a hot-spot of Southern Arizona, taking the entertainment world by storm, selling out shows with such acts like Van Halen, Daddy Yankee, Toby Keith, Gwen Stefani, Alejandro Fernandez, Luis Miguel and The Scorpions. « less
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#137 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Amusement/ Theme Parks
Owner description: Tucson's largest laser tag arena! Go carts, rookie go carts, bumper boats, mini golf, and rides in kiddie land. Play in our... more » Owner description: Tucson's largest laser tag arena! Go carts, rookie go carts, bumper boats, mini golf, and rides in kiddie land. Play in our arcade to win prizes! « less
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#138 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Golf Courses
Owner description: El Rio dates back to the 1930’s and was the original site for the PGA’sTucson Open. The course was operated as a country club... more » Owner description: El Rio dates back to the 1930’s and was the original site for the PGA’sTucson Open. The course was operated as a country club until 1968when the City of Tucson acquired it for public use. El Rio's straightforward par-70 layout, which measures 6,013 yards from the regular tees and 6,418 yards from the back tees, features tight fairways, small greens, flat terrain, many trees and two lakes. « less
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#139 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Parks; Playgrounds

Himmel Park is a great place to go with kids. It has an outdoor swimming pool and two very friendly children's play areas. Especially recommended for under 5s. Older kids might... more »

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#140 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Arenas/ Stadiums/ Fields
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#141 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Museums
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#142 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Race Car Tracks; Horseback Riding Stables
Features NHRA drag racing, indoor and outdoor equestrian facilites, RV parking, Pima County Fair.
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#143 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Golf Courses
Owner description: Tucson's most historic golf course, Randolph opened in 1925 and has served as the host of the PGA Seiko Tucson Match Play... more » Owner description: Tucson's most historic golf course, Randolph opened in 1925 and has served as the host of the PGA Seiko Tucson Match Play Championship, the PGA Joe Garagiola Tucson Open and the PING/Welch's LPGA Championship. Winners of pro tournaments at Randolph include Tom Watson and Annika Sorenstam. This historic par-72 layout provides a straightforward test for golfers of all skill levels, featuring long fairways and water hazards on five holes. The course setting is a scenic one with numerous tall trees and a beautiful view of the mountains surrounding Tucson. Randolph shares the Randolph Golf Complex with Dell Urich Golf Course and features practice greens and a driving range. « less
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#144 of 178 attractions in Tucson
  • joke 06/28/2012
Category: Sports Complexes
An outdoor recreation facility with 6 softball/baseball fields, batting cages, volleyball courts etc.
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#145 of 178 attractions in Tucson
  • Lame 12/30/2011
Category: Golf Courses
Owner description: Majestically located in the Santa Rita Mountain foothills, this 6,416-yard traditional-style golf course has a championship... more » Owner description: Majestically located in the Santa Rita Mountain foothills, this 6,416-yard traditional-style golf course has a championship rating of 69.6 and a slope of 125. « less
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#146 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Owner description: Opened January 2013. A formal Japanese Garden with very nice Koi Pond. The specimen plants are new and still need development... more » Owner description: Opened January 2013. A formal Japanese Garden with very nice Koi Pond. The specimen plants are new and still need development but the garden is a nice addition to Tucson. Yume is a half block away from the Tucson Botanical Garden. « less
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#147 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Golf Courses
Owner description: This 18-hole course has a traditional design that features strategically placed cactus and mesquite trees and narrow... more » Owner description: This 18-hole course has a traditional design that features strategically placed cactus and mesquite trees and narrow fairways, which combined provide a challenging desert golf experience. « less
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#148 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Science Museums
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#149 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Museums
Owner description: MOCA is Southern Arizona's only museum devoted exclusively to exploring the cutting edge art of our time. Through varied... more » Owner description: MOCA is Southern Arizona's only museum devoted exclusively to exploring the cutting edge art of our time. Through varied programs, MOCA supports the critical interpretation and display of contemporary art in service to the community as a public trust. Since beginning to program as a museum in 2003, MOCA has presented the work of nearly 250 artists and thinkers, 90% of them Tucsonans. MOCA is committed to thinking globally, acting locally and engaging with the ethics and aesthetics of contemporary life. MOCA is funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, The Arizona Commission on the Arts, and its members. « less
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#150 of 178 attractions in Tucson
Category: Dinner Theaters
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