As the biggest Catholic church in the city, St. Augustine Cathedral is one of the most splendid architecture with its high ... More
St. Augustine Cathedral
As the biggest Catholic church in the city, St. Augustine Cathedral is one of the most splendid architecture with its high interior, tall windows and dome. Built in 1896, and renovated in 1967, it is a particularly imposing sight during late evening hours. A special attraction is the colorful Mariachi mass Sundays at 8a, delivered in Spanish—your chance to get a taste of Tucson's rich Hispanic heritage.
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 ...
Sosa Carrillo Fremont House is one of Tucson's oldest adobe houses, built around 1880 and home of the Carrillo family
for over 90 years. Located on the grounds of the Tucson Convention Center downtown, the house has been restored ...
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 ...