Ettore "Ted" de Grazia, Tucson's most famous painter, left his studio/gallery in the Catalina foothills for the ... More
Ettore "Ted" de Grazia, Tucson's most famous painter, left his studio/gallery in the Catalina foothills for the public to enjoy as a museum of Southwestern art. The building is made from adobe surrounded by cactus and other desert plants. De Grazia was fascinated by the colors and cultures of the American Southwest, and that is what his art is all about.
This beautiful old mission style Episcopal Church is a place of quiet contemplation for visitors who seek shade for their
spirits. Wrought iron gates fashioned with simple crosses open to corridors leading pedestrians to a Meditation Room, a small ...
Located just west of the University of Arizona campus, the Arizona Historical Society features permanent and long term exhibits from
Spanish Colonial times to the 20th century—including a replica of a mine shaft invoking Arizona's long history of gold, ...
You've heard that wild cats roam the Sonoran Desert. Visit the historically significant U of A campus and discover that
Wildcats rule the playing field as well. Tour the grounds, first broken for construction in 1887 and experience the ...