Best Landmarks in Tucson, AZ

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Tucson, AZ. How do we actually find the most highly rated landmark? Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reputation, history, complaints, local reviews, nearness, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. That's not all... businesses do not pay us to list them. You deserve only the best!


196 N. Court Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85701

Since 1775

Museum, Exhibitions, Permanent Collections, Museum Shop, Education Goals, Facility Rentals, School Programs, Trust, Membership, Shop, Events & Libation Walking Tour

Presidio Trust Members & Children 5 and under: Free Admission - The original fortress was built by Spanish soldiers during the 18th century

Price: General Public: $5 & Children 6-14 years: $1

Wed - Sun : 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Mon & Tue : Closed

Best two hours and five dollars you'll ever spend to learn the history of southern Arizona. The history of Tucson dates back thousands of years. Native Americans grew food en mass along the banks of the Santa Cruz River. The Hohokam Indians were masters at channeling small amounts of water to irrigate crops and support human life. The Presidio San Agustin del Tucson was where it all began for the Europeans. In 1775 when Spain ruled the Arizona-Sonoran Desert region Lt. Gen. Hugh O'Conner b
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1013 East University Boulevard, Tucson, AZ 85721

Since 1893

Museum, Guided Museum Tours, School Groups, College Groups, Education Materials, Museum Store, Travel Tours, Facility Rental, Campus, Exhibits & Collections

Children and youth, 0–17 years & ASM members; UA and Pima CC staff and students with ID: Free Admission

Price: Adults 18+ years: $5

Mon - Sat : 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun : Closed

Extraordinary Pottery collection. Largest Southwest pottery collection in U.S. Wonderful exhibit of many Native Ameriican Nations showing their origins as expressed by them and many many artifacts. Fabulous Gift Shop with knowledgeable staff. This is the State Archaeology repository for Arizona and has many responsibilities for Repatriations through NAGPRA. As of mid March there will be an amazing new exhibit of Native American basketry. Again the basket collections are vast. You've just g
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2900 N Craycroft Rd, Tucson, AZ 85712

Since 1873

Museum, Exhibitions, Permanent Collections, Museum Shop, Education Goals, Facility Rentals, Store, Landmarks, Historical Buildings, Programs, Food, Games & Music

Dedicated to Fort Lowell's days as an active military installation - Exhibits focus on military life on the Arizona frontier

Thu - Sat : 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Sun - Wed : Closed

I been here twice and today was a delightful surprise since my last visit 4-5 years ago. Today I saw new displays and the staff were engaging, sharing their enthusiasm. I plan on returning.
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