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Tucson, AZ Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 106
Total Sleeping Rooms 15,574
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 575
Committable Meeting Rooms* 50
Convention Center Space 205,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 89,760 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 20,164 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $90
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $56
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $175
*Maximum for a single hotel

Tucson, AZ Things to Do and Attractions

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

Tucson's world-renowned Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is a zoo, natural history museum and botanical garden all in one. Dedicated to educating the public on the Sonoran Desert ecosystem, the primarily outdoor museum re-creates a natural desert

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Old Tucson Studios

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Located just 12 miles west of downtown Tucson, Old Tucson Studios is one of the most popular attractions in the Tucson area. The 300-acre entertainment park and Western town setting has been featured in more than 400 films, television series and

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Pima Air and Space Museum

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Tucson's wildly popular and always-impressive Pima Air and Space Museum is the largest non-government-funded aviation museum in the world. Showcasing more than 275 aircraft and spacecraft from around the globe, the museum's collection also includes

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Presidio San Agustín del Tucson

Nestled in the heart of downtown Tucson, the Presidio San Agustn del Tucson demonstrates Tucson life during the city's Spanish Colonial era. Originally established in 1775 by Spanish Army Captain Hugh O'Connor, the presidio - meaning fortress - has

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Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block

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Established in 1924, the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block consists of a modern museum building and five houses dating from the mid-1850s to 1907. This complex, which occupies an entire downtown block, houses a 7,000-piece collection of

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Reid Park Zoo

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Founded in 1975, Tucson's charming 17-acre Reid Park Zoo is home to more than 500 animals. The zoo prides itself in creating naturalistic habitats throughout its four zones: Adaptation Zone, South American Animals Zone, Asian Animals Zone and African

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Saguaro National Park

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Visitors to Saguaro National Park often describe its 91,327 total acres as hauntingly beautiful and unlike anything they've ever seen. The park is home to impressive forests of the enormous Giant Saguaro cacti, found only in a small portion of the

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Tucson Botanical Gardens

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A lush oasis in the heart of the city, the five-acre Tucson Botanical Gardens is home to 16 gardens that showcase a variety of gardening practices and botanical themes. Drawing more than 100,000 visitors every year, the gardens include a Shade

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Tucson Children's Museum

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The imaginative Tucson Children's Museum is the only children's museum in southern Arizona. Housed in an 11,000-square-foot columned, peach-colored building, the museum's 12 permanent exhibit areas draw more than 80,000 visitors every year. Highlight

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