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Tucson, Arizona

Rich in history, heritage, and culture, while at the same time energetic, modern, and metropolitan, Tucson captivates travelers seeking natural outdoor beauty and adventure, in addition to those looking to experience its rich cultural diversity. With a history extending back more than 10,000 years, various inhabitants have left their mark on the city. Visitors flying to Tucson will discover its diversity through its wonderful museums, restaurants, shops, outdoor space, arts, architecture, and more.

Flights to Tucson are seasonal, offered December – April via Minneapolis/St. Paul (dates may vary). 

Why Go to Tucson

Surrounded by mountains, set in the desert, and bustling with old-meets-new-world activity, Tucson is a delight to the senses for visitors. Be inspired by the expansive outdoor beauty; fill your plate with regional cuisines influenced by Hispanic, Native American, European, and Asian roots; and get your fill of the warm Arizona sun. There’s no shortage of things to see, do, and learn when taking a vacation to Tucson.

Who Should Go

Outdoor Enthusiasts

From mountains and canyons to deserts and gardens, Tucson provides the perfect backdrop for exploring the natural beauty of the Desert Southwest.

Foodies

Tucson was the first U.S. city to be named a UNESCO City of Gastronomy and is a hot spot for food lovers of all kinds.

Families

Young and old alike will revel in all that Tucson has to offer. Explore the zoo, get up close and personal with inhabitants of the Sonoran Desert, discover eclectic museums, or take a walk through history while viewing stunning landmarks and architecture.

Cactus flowers in Saguaro National Park

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Colorful buildings in downtown Tucson

Colorful downtown architecture

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