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Old Tucson

201 S Kinney Rd, Tucson, AZ 85735-9322
+1 520-883-0100
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Old Tucson is temporarily closed. It will reopen on September 29. Old Tucson is Where the Spirit of the Old West Comes Alive! Southern Arizona's one-of-a-kind Wild West attraction features live action stunt shows, musicals and live entertainment, vintage rides for the kids and special events throughout the season. Step back in time as you make your way through town, walking the same streets made famous by movie legends such as John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, Elizabeth Taylor, Steve Martin, Sharon Stone and more! Home to more than 400 films and commercial productions, Old Tucson remains the region's premier film location. Experience the diversity of our Native American and other cultural ancestry through our living history programs celebrating life in the Arizona Sonora Desert region during Arizona's Territorial Period.
  • Excellent46%
  • Very good33%
  • Average14%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible3%
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“john wayne” (98 reviews)
“western movie” (90 reviews)
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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201 S Kinney Rd, Tucson, AZ 85735-9322
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+1 520-883-0100
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Reviewed yesterday

We tried to go to Old Tucson several times but it was closed. I expected it to be corny BUT it was fun and informative. You have to take time to read the descriptions of some of the exhibits. We're an older couple and found...More

Thank Sunnysailor71
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

If you've seen one old western town you know what to expect. We have visited many from Virgin City to Tombstone to Dodge City. The one BIG difference in Tucson is money. Everything cost $$$$ from parking to visiting ANYTHING. Lunch anywhere in town was...More

Thank Mariann G
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Can't say enough about this place. History is everywhere. The shows are simple, family appropriate and absolutely charming. The staff bends over backwards to make you feel welcomed. Food is good and reasonable for a tourist attraction. Filled with nice shops that don't gouge you....More

Thank cookiejorge .
Mary D, Guest Relations Manager at Old Tucson, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

So glad you enjoyed your day with us! Please do come back. We have special events and shows throughout the year. Our website lists everything we currently have confirmed and we're always adding new experiences. Happy Holidays!

Reviewed 6 days ago

I love Old Tucson. The tours explain the decades of movie-making history. The bank robbery re-enactment is fun and the stunt show is hilarious. They offer stage coach rides and a perimeter train excursion. I found the food options boring. Plan to spend at least...More

Thank oregongirl12
Mary D, Guest Relations Manager at Old Tucson, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Thanks for sharing your experience and spending part of your day with us! We're sorry you didn't like our freshly smoked bbq and homemade bbq sauces--that's our signature! We hope you'll come back to see us soon.

Reviewed 6 days ago

Coming out of the mountains on a narrow road, you can see the little town that has been in so many movies. Walking down the street with our guide, we learned where many famous scenes were shot in the town. The buildings may be reproductions...More

Thank Berniejank
Mary D, Guest Relations Manager at Old Tucson, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Thanks for visiting! I'm sure your guide did tell you that the Mission set is from both Three Amigos and Tombstone, among other films, and the Hotel del Toro is the one the same in Three Amigos! If you plan on more than one visit...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

Cowboys! Wild West! Classic westerns, this place is worth the price of admission, many times over. Quite a treat for old farts who played cowboys and Indians.More

Thank Cavydad
Mary D, Guest Relations Manager at Old Tucson, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Thanks for sharing! If you do plan on repeat visits--and we sure hope you do!--be sure to check out the Wagon Wheel pass which saves you money at the gate, offers 20% off food and merchandise and you get additional guest passes. Pretty good holiday...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Old Tucson is amazing. They have so much to look at and see. I will definitely be back!! I loved the show we saw, the men were so hilarious!! That is what topped Old Tucson!!

Thank LeeDelgado
Mary D, Guest Relations Manager at Old Tucson, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Lee, Thanks for the great review! We're so glad we exceeded your expectations. We look forward to seeing you back at Old Tucson soon!

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This place is incredible if you’re a fan of western movies, you know the really good ones they used to make like Rio Bravo. The omly thing i was disappointed in i thought it would be bigger than it actually was. We had seen everything...More

Thank lauriann170
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

From the wee ones to the old whiners everyone loved it. Fantastic way to spend the day. Some parts might be loud though so bring a set of ear plugs or tissue to stuff in your ears if you have sensitive hearing. Don't forget your...More

Thank CooCooCrowd
Mary D, Guest Relations Manager at Old Tucson, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Your review made me smile and then laugh out loud! You can hear your excitement and energy in your review of your experience. So glad you and your group had a great time! We just love hearing these kinds of "Wow" experiences. Thanks for visiting...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Old western town, gun fights, shops, food, kid land, music, all good, anytime but Night fright in October is best..Nights are best..More

Thank Gregg M
Mary D, Guest Relations Manager at Old Tucson, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Gregg, Thanks for such a great summary of Old Tucson! Nightfall is indeed quite an experience, which is why the New York Times listed it as one of the Top 10 haunts worth traveling to visit in the U.S.! Hope to see you back at...More

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rrwisby
May 6, 2017|
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Response from Charlotte272 | Reviewed this property |
It's a 45 min drive from Tucson, and we had a rented car for a week. The O K Corral and the Old West Tucson are around $15 per adult, the Court House around $8-9 for adults, The BootHill Grave yard around $6 per adult. If... More
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Milo-Scooter
April 18, 2017|
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The GIlbert Ray Campground is right across from Old Tucson. The Western Way RV Resort is also nearby. Thanks, and we hope to see you soon! - Tiffany Kjos, Old Tucson
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Milo-Scooter
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Response from Mary D | Property representative |
The GIlbert Ray Campground is right across from Old Tucson. The Western Way RV Resort is also nearby. Thanks, and we hope to see you soon!
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