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Saguaro National Park Te Tucson Botanical Gardens is a fun way to learn about the


Sonoran Desert and also has several event venues including the xeriscape garden patios. Other attractions focus on Tucson’s past. Te Arizona Historical Society has a fascinating array of long- term exhibits recounting Arizona’s history from Spanish colonial times through the 20th century. Old Town Artisans, located in downtown Tucson’s El Presidio Historic District is housed within 150-year-old restored adobe buildings, featuring contemporary and traditional art and fine craſts from hundreds of local and national artists. To immerse the group in the Sonoran Desert, take a drive-


through tour of Saguaro National Park West and get a breathtaking view of thousands of saguaros, the giants of the desert. Te Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum tells the unique story of


Westin La Paloma Tucson International Airport is one stop away from more than


200 U.S. locations as well as a nonstop flight from 15 major cities throughout the country. In addition, direct service – one stop, no plane change – is available from 25 destinations. New nonstop service between Tucson and Portland, Oregon on Alaska Airlines started in November 2013. Te Tucson Convention Center is located in historic downtown


Tucson. With an average of 350 days of sunshine each year, your delegates can walk to any of several hotels, shops, and many restaurants located a few blocks from the Center. Tucson has hundreds of venues of every size and type from a


cozy retreat at a quaint inn to a convention of over a thousand at one of the famous luxury resorts. Many of Tucson’s great places to stay are also great attractions themselves. Enjoy the luxury of one of the top destination spas in the world. Experience the Old West at an authentic guest ranch. Stay at a fine resort where the golf course or tennis court is steps away from your front door. Tere’s also a plethora of unique museums. Te Pima Air &


Space Museum – the largest non-government funded aviation museum – has several venues for groups up to 700. You’ll see more than 300 aircraſt and spacecraſt including many of the most historically significant and technically advanced craſt ever produced, both from the United States and throughout the world. Te International Wildlife Museum, a world-class natural


history museum, has more than 400 different species of preserved insects, mammals, and birds from around the world. Old Tucson Studios’ world famous banquet facilities provide


a dramatic setting for theme parties, incentive events, corporate meetings and team building. Imagine your event for 50-5,000 guests custom-designed to fit your function – from picnic to black tie – set in a real 1800s western town come back to life.


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