Old Tucson offers a day full of adventure for your tour group. For more than seven decades Old Tucson has been Southern Arizona’s most popular Western-themed park with a rich film history, fantastic shows, and entertainment venues. Visitors will encounter a variety of live entertainment and re-enactments that capture the spirit of the Wild West, including action-packed stunt shows, gunfights, saloon musicals and living history presentations.
Special Tour Operator admission and meal package rates available. Complimentary admission for one (1) tour escort and one (1) driver per motor coach. Buy an admission and meal package for 25 or more and receive complimentary meals for escort and driver.
Your group will fall in love with the Old West. Walk in the footsteps of some of Hollywood’s brightest stars, like John Wayne, Maureen O’Hara, Kirk Douglas, Val Kilmer, Clint Eastwood, Elizabeth Taylor and many more! Relive the Old West with live performances of gunfights and stunt shows and that staple of a Western town, the saloon.
For more information, call Group Sales at (520) 883-0100, ext. 281 or 260.
Old Tucson’s Mescal set is closed for the summer. Please call Group Sales at (520) 883-0100, ext. 281, for information.
No food, beverage or restroom facilities available.
The setting at Mescal resembles a late 1800s town, complete with a dusty main street lined with one-story and two-story buildings. Cattle are frequently the inhabitants, along with rolling tumbleweeds coming to a stop against a leaning hitching post. Wind flutters curtains through windows. And off in the distance, rolling hills lead to lofty mountain heights that play with the imagination.
Located just 45 minutes from the parent home of Old Tucson, the Mescal film set offers an rustic Old West town atmosphere atop a hill surrounded by tall grasses and cacti. This location has been featured in over 50 film, television and commercial productions including “Monte Walsh” (1968 with Lee Marvin), “Dirty Dingus Magee” (1970 with Frank Sinatra), “The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean” (1972 with Paul Newman), “Tombstone” (1993 with Kurt Russell and Val Kilmer), “The Quick and the Dead” (1994 with Sharon Stone and Gene Hackman) and “Buffalo Soldiers” (1997 with Danny Glover).