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The Hotel Congress

Local Attractions: 
    The Hotel Congress
 in Tucson

Local Attractions

Visit some of Tucson’s most celebrated cultural attractions:

Rialto Theatre: Built in 1919 and located across the street from the hotel, a performance venue featuring live music.

Fox Tucson Theatre: Built in 1929, a 1,200-seat Southwest art deco performing arts venue.

Temple of Music & Art: Built in 1926, a 624-seat performing arts venue, home of Arizona Theatre Company.

Tucson Convention Center: An 8,000 seat arena, meeting facility, and performing arts venue.

San Xavier Mission: Catholic church built in 1783-1797, the oldest intact European structure in Arizona.

Tucson Museum of Art & Historic Block: Established 1924, featuring permanent collection and rotating exhibitions.

University of Arizona: The state's oldest and most respected university, with 40,000 students.

Center for Creative Photography: Premiere U.S. photography archive and exhibition space, on University of Arizona campus.

University of Arizona Museum of Art: Established in the 1930s, the permanent collection has over 6,000 works.

Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA): Tucson's home for contemporary art since 1996.

DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun: Gallery and studio of the famous Tucson artist located in the foothills.

Philabaum Glass Gallery: Working glass art studio and gallery of world famous glass artist Tom Philabaum.

Arizona Theatre Company: The official state theatre company presenting a full season of professional plays.

Tucson Symphony Orchestra: Established in 1928, the oldest continuing professional performing arts organization in the state.

Ballet Tucson: Tucson's only professional Ballet organization, presenting a full season of professional works.

Arizona Opera: The State's only professional Opera company, performing a full season in Tucson and Phoenix.

Arizona Sonora Desert Museum: Established 1952, the museum features innovative presentation and interpretation of native plants and animals.

Sonoran Glass School: Hot shop, flame shop, and warm shop classes for students of all ages.

Old Tucson Studios: Famous western film location where over 300 films and TV shows have been made.

Sabino Canyon: A natural wonder visited by thousands yearly since 1905.

Mount Lemmon: Southern Arizona's island in the sky, at 9,159 feet is a welcome respite from the desert heat.

Mini Time Machine Museum: With over 275 miniature rooms and buildings, a truly magical place for all.

Tucson's Modern Streetcar: New light rail transportation moving people from the Univeristy of Arizona to downtown.


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