ASU Concerts at the Center: The Viola in Concert
Roots and Boots
Western National Shoot
Senior Discount Tuesdays
Every Tuesday we are offering a special discount for those 55+
Spanish Colonial Missions Tour: Tucson, Tubac and Tumacacori
The Spanish past is very present--and very scenic--in southeast Arizona. Links in the chain of 24 missions that Fr. Kino established in the late 1690's include Tumacacori and San Xavier del Bac.
If you are looking for more information while planning your Arizona vacation or need more assistance once you arrive, there are several resources available throughout the Grand Canyon State.
The Arizona Office of Tourism
To order a free visitor's guide and map by phone instead of by using our online form, or if you have questions regarding travel to Arizona, please call our friendly Arizona based travel counselors toll free at (866) 275-5816.
The Painted Cliffs Welcome Center
Located on Interstate 40 near the Arizona/New Mexico border, the Welcome Center has knowledgeable and friendly staff members who provide personal travel assistance. You will also find a variety of brochures, maps, and additional information about Arizona.
Interstate 40, Exit #359 – Grants Road
Lupton, AZ 86508
Hours: 8am-5pm, seven days a week
Closed state and legal holidays
Local Visitor Information Centers
There are over 60 designated Local Visitor Information Centers throughout Arizona. These centers provide information about area attractions, recreational opportunities, and hospitality amenities, as well as information about other regions in the state. Look for the blue Arizona Tourist Information signs along Arizona highways.
Chambers of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureaus
These sites are also valuable resources for local and state visitor information. Many of these organizations serve as the designated Local Visitor Information Center for their area. And if you decide to make Arizona home, these organizations can also provide you with relocation information.