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Best things to do in Tucson

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Arts
“Thursdays 7:30 May-Oct, cool summer evenings with outdoor films. Map shows business office; cinema is at Church & Broadway. $3 per person includes popcorn! Food on site or BYO. 1 mi. from home.”
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“Follow the Arroyo in front of the guesthouse East towards Reid Park, or West all the way to downtown. This mutli-use pathway is perfect for a quiet run, walk, or bike ride. To the West, the pathway also connects to many other parks and multi use pathways.”
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Park
“This park is on the edge of downtown. This is where youcan walk over the popular "Rattlesnake Bridge" that marks the gateway into downtown Tucson. The kids will LOVE it!”
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Route
“Tucson's downtown has experienced a rebirth with the modern street-car. Unique shopping, excellent new restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues are plentiful.”
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Shopping > supermarkets & groceries
“Yummy fresh deli, salad bar, grill, fresh baked pastries, coffee, groceries, seating area indoor and outdoor, near a tea house and a bar & grill. About 1.5 miles (15 minutes on the bike).”
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Clothes Shop
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Campground
“Sabino Canyon is a significant canyon located in the Santa Catalina Mountains and the Coronado National Forest north of Tucson, Arizona, United States. Sabino Canyon is a popular recreation area for residents and visitors of Southern Arizona, providing a place to walk, hike or ride. ”
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Church
“8:30 a.m. – Alternative Worship Service The Alternative Worship Service at Immanuel, which was launched in May of 2011, is a band-led worship expression that seeks to promote and conduct God-honoring, life-changing worship in Biblically faithful and culturally relevant ways. Our worship team is comprised of uniquely talented musicians and singers from a variety of musical backgrounds who lend their gifts toward our collective expression of adoration to God. 11:00 a.m. – Traditional Worship Service Music in our Traditional Worship Service is led by the Sanctuary Choir, accompanied by organ, piano, and frequently other instruments such as brass or string ensembles, violin, timpani, and percussion. We sing a wide variety of world music, from traditional hymns, to Latin songs, spirituals, folk tunes, Taizé, and jazzy stuff that’ll make you tap your feet. We also have three handbell choirs of varying ages and skill levels, from 4th grade through adult.”
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