Set in majestic Tucson Mountain Park, Old Tucson was built as a movie set and has been the site for more than 400 film, televisions and advertising projects. It’s an ideal location for groups of 50 on up.
Your employees will walk the same streets as John Wayne (who shot four movies here), Sharon Stone (“The Quick and the Dead”), Clint Eastwood (“The Outlaw Josey Wales”) and countless other screen superstars. They can enjoy Old Tucson’s signature stunt shows, musical revues and other live entertainment, or participate in team-building events.
Our catering pros are ready to help craft the perfect menu for your group. May we suggest slow-smoked chicken, pork or brisket paired with locally produced beer, wine or whiskey? We’re famous for our warm fruit cobblers with homemade whipped cream. Old Tucson has two ice cream parlors, too, as well as a pizza restaurant. Your staff won’t leave hungry!
Although Old Tucson has a rural feel, it’s less than 20 minutes from the JW Marriott Starr Pass resort, less than 25 minutes from downtown Tucson and 15 minutes to Casino del Sol.
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Here’s what team-building participants had to say:
El Rio Health Center Employee Appreciation Day
Thank you for making the El Rio Employee Appreciation Event such a meaningful event for our staff. We’ve received probably close to a hundred emails thanking the committee for such a great event. It was a great change, everyone is very happy and it boosted the morale of our team! Jill ~ El Rio Health Center
Tu Nidito Children and Family Services – City Slicker Rodeo Team Building
At Tu Nidito, the work we do with children and their families impacted by a serious medical condition and/or death can be emotionally draining. To provide some welcome relief, we seek out quarterly opportunities for fun and team building. We had no idea that Old Tucson would be such a resource! … Who can match a team competition in unique Western skills including cow chip throwing,“horse” roping, building a “horse” and more. The experience could not have been better! ~ L. McCusker