Share memories of your visit to Old Tucson with us. We’d love to hear from you!


  1. 60 years ago I use to live on Ajo, across from Goverment Height School. As a child I went to Old Tucson alot.We moved back to Ga in 1959 . Seeing your ad brought back a lot of great memories. Sincerly Ann Adair

  2. Loved Old Tucson! It was a blast! My sister, friend and I went today, not knowing what to expect, and created so many memories. We had only been in the park for a little bit when we first met George (a security guard I believe) who made sure to tell us about all the things that we would enjoy in the park. Over the course of the day we ran into him time and time again, and he would chat, joke, and give us information about the events of the day. He was so sweet. Great customer service!
    The stunt actors in the shows were hilarious, they loved to interact with the crowd, and got the crowd laughing in all the shows.
    We spent much longer there today than anticipated because we were having so much fun. 😀
    Highly recommend it be added to your next trip to Tucson.

  3. I first visited Old Tucson in 1975 as a 13 year old. In 2012 I went again with my children. This year we made the trip again. It’s a great place for a western movie fan and my kids love it too! Don’t miss the gunfight at the Spanish mission. Great fun.

  4. Old Tucson is like a wonderful cactus flower with many fascinating layers. If you just want to enjoy the feel of an historic cowboy set, it’s there. It has the most beautiful Southwest gift shops I’ve ever seen. Photo opportunities? Charge up your camera and take off down any sunny street. I’ve visited Old Tucson with the group from the High Chaparral Reunion in 2015. The fans of the High Chaparral television shows had a wonderful time (Old Tucson was one of the show’s sets) and people from all over the world were there. We all loved it.
    Janelle Meraz Hooper, author

  5. My wife and I loved Old Tucson. We came home from our vacation and watched TV shows and movies filmed there to see all of the buildings.

    • Deanna,
      Interesting that you offer this comment at this time. This is something that Old Tucson is looking in to, but wants to do more market research to see if it something that would be popular with the area. If you have a moment, would love to discuss your thoughts more. You can reach me at Thanks! Mary Davis

  6. I visited old Tucson the second week in January 2016 it was a perfect western exp. I stayed for the whole day coulden get enough of it the next day went to tombstone nice but old Tucson was the better west place to visit the man that gave us the tour was so good I mean you could tell he knowed about this western town worth every penny to get in if you like western history put this on your list thanks, butch from north carolina

    • Thanks so much for sharing your experience! Everyone at Old Tucson loves being here and sharing this wonderful history with our guests–we’re so happy to hear that it resonated with you!

    • We sure do! We’re coming down to the last part of the season so I would recommend you purchase a Wagon Wheel pass for next season–that is, unless you think you’ll be hanging out with us throughout the summer (we are open weekends May through Labor Day).

  7. We first visited about 5 years ago. but the heat of that day made the day not too pleasant for being outside.This March, we hit a wonderful day. The church show was great and the last gunslinger show was good. Enjoyed the shows at the “saloon”, also. One recommendation, when the girls sing too loud, the words are lost. We kept busy all day, and did not get to ride the train of stage coach. Next time,

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