Fun things to do in Southern Arizona near Esplendor Resort
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your guide. Explore Rio Rico's top ten attractions, and inquire at the hotel
for information on many others.
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Arizona's Best Attractions
Live the passion. Live the joy. Arizona Opera currently produces a five opera season,
with three performance dates in Tucson at the TCC Musical Hall and four performances
at Symphony Hall in Phoenix.
Phone: In Tucson-520-293-4336
Award-winning Wines are putting Sonoita-Elgin Wineries on the map.
The Sonoita-Elgin vineyards produce some of the most rich and complex red and white wines. Visit the Dos Cabezas Wineworks and taste their award winning wines, which include their El Norte red wine and Viognier. Also visit the Kief Joshua Vinyards, Callaghan Vineyards, Rancho Rossa Vineyards, Canelo Hills Vineyard and Winery, and Four Monkey Wines, for an astonishing Southern Arizona treat.
Mission San Xavier del Bac
In the vast desert on an Indian reservation just southwest of Tucson, Arizona, one
would not expect to find a beautiful church. A beautifully preserved gem of the
late Baroque style of New Spain.
Tubac Festival of the Arts
Every February, the Tubac Chamber of Commerce is proud to sponsor the Tubac Festival
of the Arts. The major event of the year for Tubac showcases the work of hundreds
of visiting artists, craft persons and musicians from around the country and Canada.
Phone: (520) 398-2704
Tubac Presidio State Park
Travel to Tubac Presidio State Historic Park, Arizona's first State Park, and enjoy
the grounds of Arizona's oldest European community.
Phone: (520) 398-2252
Santa Cruz Chili & Spice Company
Ever since 1943, chile has been the reigning passion at Santa Cruz Chili & Spice
Phone: (520) 398-2591
Kartchner Caverns State Park
Inside the upper caverns of Kartchner, two main galleries the size of football fields
are a kaleidoscope of color, with 100-foot-hight ceilings dripping with multi-hued
stalactites and floors jutting up with matching stalagmites.
Phone: (520) 586-4100
Enjoy a journey into the western Arizona history of Tombstone, a classic Old Western
The fascinating history of the US Army in the Southwest, as well as the history of the
Southwest itself, unfolds at the Fort Huachuca Historical Museum. Opened in 1960,
the museum has grown rapidly and now houses one of the most representative collections
in the state.
Phone: (520) 533-5736
Arizona-Sonoran Desert Museum
Bordering Saguaro National Park west of Tucson, is a world-class natural history
museum: the Arizona-Sonoran Desert Museum.
Phone: (520) 883-2702
Titan Missile Museum
The Titan Missile Museum is the only publicly accessible Titan II missile site in the
nation. When you visit the Titan Missile Museum, you travel through time to stand on
the front lines of the Cold War.
Phone: (520) 574-0462