Arizona Sonora Western Heritage Foundation

Old Tucson Hours of Operation

July 1 – Sept 1 :

  • Open Fri | 4 – 9 p.m.
  • Open Sat & Sun | 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • *Open September 2 for Labor Day

Sept 3 – 26 | CLOSED

Sept 27 – Oct 27 | Open Fri – Sun | 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Nov 1 – 11  | Open Fri – Sun | 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

  • Open November 11 for Veteran’s Day

Nov 15 – 24 | Open Fri – Sun | 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Nov 25 – Dec 1 | Open Daily | 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

  • CLOSED November 28 for Thanksgiving

Dec 2 – Dec 22 | Open Fri – Sun | 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Dec 23 – Dec 31 | Open Daily

  • CLOSED December 24 & 25 for the Christmas Holiday

Check our Visit Us page for day park’s full operating calendar through 2019


Admission & Pricing

General Admission

  • Adult (ages 12-64): $19.95
  • Child (ages 4-11): $10.95
  • Friday Nights June through August Kids 11 and Under FREE!

Discounts

  • Senior (ages 65+): $17.95
  • Military (with ID): $17.95
  • Pima County Resident Adult: ($16.95)
  • Pima County Resident Child: ($8.95)
  • Arrival between 3-5 PM on daytime operations ONLY: $15.95 (adult); $6.95 (child)
  • Group pricing: for information on group tours and events call (520) 883-0100, Ext. 281

Check out our Visit Us page for more information on trail rides and attractions pricing, show schedules, or buy your tickets here.

Experience Old Tucson

Kids Soak up the Fun!

Click here for information about upcoming events


Directions to Old Tucson

From Interstate 10:  Take Exit 257-Speedway Blvd. and head west following signs to Old Tucson.

From Interstate 19:  Take Exit 99-Ajo Way (AZ 86) exit and head west following signs to Old Tucson.

Click here for map


About Old Tucson

Old Tucson is one of Arizona’s top Wild West attractions, featuring live action stunt shows, musicals and live entertainment, vintage rides for the kids, genuine southwest BBQ and special events throughout the season. Step back in time as you make your way through town, walking the same streets made famous by movie legends such as John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, Elizabeth Taylor, Steve Martin, Sharon Stone and Martin Short.

Immortalized in more than 400 films and commercial productions, Old Tucson remains the region’s premiere film location. For more information about Old Tucson, call us at (520) 883-0100. Old Tucson is located at 201 S. Kinney Road, Tucson, Arizona  85735.

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