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Old Tucson Studios Old Tucson Studios is where the reel West meets the real West! From western movie heroes like John Wayne to current box-office stars such as Leonardo DiCaprio, many of Hollywood's legends have walked these rugged streets, the setting for hundreds of major motion pictures. You're invited to retrace the bootsteps of your favorite stars and spend a day in the life of an 1880's Western town. To complete your Western experience, take a trail ride along scenic desert mountain trails!

Old Tucson Studios is southern Arizona's premier outdoor entertainment venue with a full array of live shows, thrilling stunts, saloon musicals, stagecoach adventures and fun for the whole family.


Admission: Adult (12+): $14.95; Child (ages 4-11): $9.45; 3 and under: Free
Hours: Open Daily, 10am - 4pm. unless otherwise noted
Address: 201 S. Kinney Rd.
Phone: 520-883-0100
Our Email: janderson@oldtucson.com
Our Website:www.oldtucson.com

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