Learn about the Sonoran desert wildlife and plant life in a museum and zoo in in the Sonoran national monument.Not to be missed
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About Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
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A superb facility with exhibits for all ages. The setting is beautiful. We spent the whole day and still didn't see everything. We attended a talk on reptiles that was very interesting. The raptor flight at 10 am and 2 pm is popular and impressive.
If you love the outdoors and all things in it, you will enjoy this wonderful walking museum located in a wonderful spot just to the west of Tucson proper with sweeping views, knowledgeable docents, and all sorts of Sonoran desert plants, animals, birds and reptiles....More
Our friends suggested this to us and we were so glad we went. We were able to experience some of the great desert plants and animals of the area, including a rapture experience, a desert walk and lots of animals and plants on display. I...More
I loved this place. Admittedly, I don't care for the heat or zoos so I was worried about spending a few hours here. 5 hours later, I was still not ready to leave. This is a great place to take photos, to experiment with color...More
Very well thought out and designed. Trails are not too long with good balance between educational and scenic. Indoor and outdoor exhibits. Lots of friendly staff to help. Don't miss raptor show. Leave several hours--food court and cafe are very good.
Mostly outdoor, come prepared for the heat or, in our case, the chill. About 2 miles of trails but the intersect so you can go as far or as little as you want. The maps are accurate and helpful, with restrooms and shady arbors clearly...More