Referred to as "Hollywood in the Desert," Old Tucson Studios is the most famous movie studio in the world. Plan to ... More
Old Tucson Studios
Referred to as "Hollywood in the Desert," Old Tucson Studios is the most famous movie studio in the world. Plan to take the entire family and spend an entire day immersed in the "Old West" theme. Take care, you might run into bandits while strolling the streets or witness a bank robbery in progress. More than 350 movies have been filmed in this studio, now home to commercial photography, film and television productions.
It's great if you are a western/film fan. They have cool gunfights that are way better than Tombstone, can-can girls, a stunt show, lots of historical buildings, some rides (mostly for little kids), a full saloon with a full bar, and a restaurant. The cool thing is that you pay one price and get all of the entertainment and rides included. They have trail rides that are a additional cost.
Owner Tom Philabaum is renowned as one of America's best glass artists, with exhibits throughout the US, Mexico and Europe,
and his gallery, Philabaum Glass, reflects his position in the art world, exhibiting more than 100 nationally and internationally ...
The locals commonly refer to this high elevation peak, just west of downtown, as "A" Mountain because since 1915, University
of Arizona students have whitewashed the letter "A" on its eastern slope. Its history, however, goes much further back: ...
This attraction is to Tucson what the Eiffel Tower is to Paris, except it's more ancient. Founded in 1700 by
the Spanish missionary Father Kino, 10 miles south of what is now downtown Tucson on the Tohono O'odham Indian ...