The University of Arizona is the leading public university in the American Southwest, committed to access, quality and discovery.
Great place to catch a Wildcats NCAA college sports game! Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Women’s Softball, Baseball, Swimming bring some of the biggest crowds!
Take a walk in this gorgeous campus; it’s right down the street. Tucsonans love the Wildcats and sports fans will enjoy all the games and events the UA has to offer.
Stroll through the Main Gate. Visit UAMA (art museum), get a bite to eat at Pangea on the Mall...it's one of Tucson's most treasured gems.
Sporting events, concerts, bookstores, food court, jogging, biking, special events, library.
biking distance to the University of Arizona which houses several museums as well as hosts numerous sporting events throughout the year.
University of Arizona houses may fun festivals, sporting events, and museums such as Flandrau Science Center & Planetarium or University of Arizona Museum of Art.
So many of our guests are connected to the UA. We are about 5-10 minutes away depending on what part of the University you are attending.
It’s a university town. Perfect for homecoming, parents weekend, or graduation.
“Located on the Tohoho O'Odham Nation, this adobe church was established by Father Kino. People still go to church there. You may be able to buy frybread outside, cooked on mesquite fires, under mesquite shade structures. ”
“Everyone’s favorite wildlife habitat and garden. Visiting the museum gives you the chance to see the west side (overlooked and underrated) of town.”
“A 360 degree view of Tucson and the 5 mountain ranges surrounding the city!”
“At approximately 20,000 acres, the park is one of the largest natural resource areas owned and managed by a local government in the U.S. The park has approximately 62 miles of non-motorized shared-use trials. The park’s trails are open to hikers, equestrians, and mountain bikers, and provide a wide range of outstanding experiences, including technical challenges, and breathtaking views. Gates Pass overlook includes interpretive displays and historic structures. Picnicking and wildlife viewing opportunities are located throughout the park.”