Extend your stay in Tucson

 
To maximize your Tucson experience at the JW Marriott Starr Pass, enjoy the resort and extend your stay!

We recommend booking your room until at least November 18th to participate in our first ever Charity Golf Tournament. For an additional fee.
 
 

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Take in Tucson’s top-rated activities

 
 

Explore the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

 
Focused on the preservation of the Sonoran Desert, the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum will turn your idea of a museum inside out. Guests will enjoy a quintessential Sonoran Desert experience which includes: an unforgettable fusion zoo, desert gardens, aquariums, an art gallery, and so much more. Hours/rates vary.

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Explore the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
 
Unleash your inner Maverick at the Pima Air & Space Museum
 
 

Unleash your inner Maverick at the Pima Air & Space Museum

 
The Pima Air & Space Museum is a must-see attraction, with more than 400 aircraft on display across 80 acres of air-conditioned hangars.

In addition to a large selection of educational artifacts and interactive displays about all things flight-related (including international and interstellar), you’ll get to stroll through three hangars filled with planes (including WWII fighters) and take in one of the world’s largest aircraft collections.

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Spend the day at the Old Tombstone Western Theme Park

 
Visiting Old Tombstone is like stepping back in time to the old Wild West—with a Mexican-style cantina, Chuckwagon restaurant, Shoot’n Gallery, gold-panning station, minigolf course, and more. This is one of the most enjoyable things to do in Tucson, no matter your age.

Capping off the entertainment, the park also hosts award-winning comedy routines and stunt shows featuring their National Champion Gunfight Team, the Tombstone Cowboys.

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Spend the day at the Old Tombstone Western Theme Park
 
 
 
 

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More Tucson activities

 
 

Trek along the Saguaro National Park

 
From the city of Tucson itself, Saguaro National Park is less than a 30-minute drive away—and after that short drive, you’ll be treated to one of the most impressive parks in all of Arizona! Comprising two districts, this beautiful slice of Mother Nature is divided into the Rincon Mountain District to the east of Tucson, and the Tucson Mountain District on the western side.

Whether they’re searching for a hiking trail, a campground, ancient petroglyphs of the Hohokam people, or just a chance to appreciate the views, visitors won’t be disappointed.

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Trek along the Saguaro National Park
 
Colossal Cave Mountain Park
 
 

Colossal Cave Mountain Park

 
A few miles south of Tucson near the community of Vail, Colossal Cave Mountain Park is home to one of North America’s largest dry caverns.

Decorated with countless calcite crystals (stalagmites and stalactites), this unique park covers more than 3 miles of mapped tunnels and caves, providing a one-of-a-kind opportunity for adventure.

With guided tours, spelunking adventures, horseback rides, picnic areas with grills, bike paths, and hiking trails for all levels of hiker and cyclist—heck, there’s even a butterfly garden—this is one Tucson attraction not to miss.

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Reid Park Zoo

 
Ideal for families, this hidden gem of a zoo is nestled in the heart of Tucson and welcomes around 500,000 visitors every year. It’s the perfect location to soak in the warm desert weather while getting to know the friendly and furry local wildlife.

From elephants to iguanas and everything in between, the inner-city attraction is home to more than 500 animals, with regular special events, educational workshops, and birthday parties to boot.

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Reid Park Zoo
 
 
 
 

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