Himmel Park was voted Best Playground in Tucson by the readers of the Tucson Weekly, and with some justification. The park ... More
Himmel Park was voted Best Playground in Tucson by the readers of the Tucson Weekly, and with some justification. The park actually has three playgrounds. The westside section, near the pool, contains the toddlers' structure with beginner's slides and swings; then, there's more swings and the popular Giganto Slide of Death for the bigger kids, while the northeast side features a big climbing structure with several platforms and even more swings. All areas have lots of sand and picnic areas around them. Keep this place in mind if you're traveling with two-10 year olds.
While not being in the major league of zoos, this is still one of the major attractions in the city.
Due to its relatively small size, the zoo can be explored at a leisurely pace in less than two ...
This is definitely the place to go when the kids get hot and cranky after several hours of sightseeing. The
main attraction for the teens and pre teens is the go kart ride, while the kiddies are more likely ...
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: ...
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