New Attractions Passport Available Now - Tucson News Now

New Attractions Passport Available Now

(Source: Tucson Attractions) (Source: Tucson Attractions)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The 14th Anniversary Tucson Attractions Passport is available now, giving the public great deals on more than 60 attractions in Southern Arizona.

Whether you just want to get out and about because the weather’s nicer, or because you have guests planning to visit over the upcoming holiday season, “The Book of Fun” has ways that you can save on visits to premiere attractions such as the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Biosphere 2, Colossal Cave Mountain Park, Old Tucson, Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures and Tucson Symphony Orchestra concerts.

New to the Passport this year — Historic Hotel Congress, Oro Valley Aquatic Center, Rialto Theatre, Tucson Improv Movement and more — all are great places to enjoy with your family and friends.

“We are so excited to have historical properties like Hotel Congress and Rialto Theatre join the SAAA and participate in the Tucson Attractions Passport this year,” said Laura Cortelyou, SAAA President and Tourism & Marketing Manager at Discover Marana, in a recent release. “They are wonderful community icons that no visitor should miss.”

The book is just $20, great savings including 42 two-for-one admission deals (or half off if you’re an individual) and 19 other discounts. In most cases you will cover the cost of the Passport with just two visits to the attractions— in all, you can save up to $400!

It’s not only a great gift idea, but it’s also a handy pocket or mobile phone-size resource, providing street and website addresses, phone numbers, locator maps, hours of operation and QR codes that can take you directly to more information about each attraction.

The Tucson Attractions Passport is available online at www.TucsonAttractions.com or you can pick one up at the Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance Sales Office, 660 S. Country Club Road, or the Tucson Visitor Center inside the UA Visitor Center at 811 N. Euclid Avenue. You can also pick one up at many area attractions, southern Arizona chambers of commerce, museums and hotels (see website for listing) and don’t forget you can also download the new Passport to your smartphone!

Group/bulk discounts are also available. Please call (520) 499-2662 or email info@TucsonPassport.com. The 2016-2017 Tucson Attractions Passport, which is valid through Sept. 15, 2017, is produced by the Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance, a nonprofit organization dedicated to marketing attractions in Southern Arizona, Pima County government, and Visit Tucson. 

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