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  • Save on the best things to see and do in Southern Arizona

    Sep 18, 2013 | Read More News
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    Want to save money on ways to have fun? The 11th Anniversary Tucson Attractions Passport is out just this week, giving you great deals on more than 50 attractions in Southern Arizona. none

    Whether you just want to get out and about because the weather’s nice, 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, Pima Air & Space Museum, Old Tucson Studios, Mini-Time Machine Museum of Miniatures and Tucson Symphony Orchestra concerts.

    The book is just $18, giving you great discounts such as two-for-one admission deals (or half off if you’re an individual) and other discounts. In all, you can save up to $400!

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

    he Tucson Attractions Passport is available online at www.TucsonAttractions.com or you can pick one up at La Encantada, Foothills Mall or the Tucson Visitor Center in La Placita Village, 110 S. Church Ave., Ste. 7199. You can also pick one up later this month in many area attractions, parks, museums and hotels and in October, you’ll be able to download the Passport to your smartphone at http://www.visittucson.org/deals/passport/digital-app/.

    Group/bulk discounts are also available. Please call (520) 404-0049 or email info@TucsonPassport.com.

    The 2013-2014 Tucson Attractions Passport, which is valid through Sept. 15, 2014, is produced by the Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance, a nonprofit organization dedicated to marketing attractions in Southern Arizona; Pima County; and Visit Tucson.