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Saguaro National Park Officially designated as wilderness in 1976, this park protects some of the most impressive forests of saguaro cactus. Although for many the symbol of the West, ... morethis mammoth cactus is only found here in the Sonoran Desert.
Arizona-Sonoran Desert Museum A living breathing lesson in how to live in harmony with our surroundings. The museum offers more of a “zoo” like atmosphere for an up close look at life ... morein the desert. See more than 300 animal species and 1200 kinds of plants over the 21 acre property.
Sabino Canyon First settled by the Hohokam Indians, this canyon is nestled in the beautiful Santa Catalina Mountains. It is a must see for anyone spending time in Tucson.... more

The Forest Service was created in 1905 and began overseeing the area. In 1978, cars were no longer allowed in the canyon, helping to preserve its pristine nature.
Bisbee This once Old West mining camp grew into a “metropolis” of its time. This community, founded in 1880, quickly grew to be the largest city between St. Louis and San Francisco. ... moreBut as the mining industry moved on, Bisbee has thrived as an artist’s enclave and continues to offer a glimpse of the past like no other place in Arizona.
Tombstone This town, rich in famous history, speaks for itself. No trip to Southern Arizona would be complete without seeing the “West” as it was back in 1880. The town has done a ... moresuperb job of preserving their history and culture on the infamous Allen St, home to the OK Corral, Bird Cage Theatre and so much more.