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Mission San Xavier del Bac

Mission San Xavier del Bac Tours and Tickets

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With its snow-white adobe bell towers and ornate facade rising out of the cacti-studded Sonoran Desert, Mission San Xavier del Bac embodies its nickname—the “White Dove of the Desert.” Founded by Jesuit missionaries in 1626, it’s among the oldest Catholic sites in the US, renowned for its unique architecture and rich iconography.

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1950 W. San Xavier Road, Tucson, Arizona, 85746
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Small Group Tombstone & San Xavier Mission Day Trip from Phoenix

Small Group Tombstone & San Xavier Mission Day Trip from Phoenix

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On this all day trip from Phoenix to Tombstone, travel back to the days of the Wild West to 'The Town Too Tough To Die,' where you’ll visit the famous OK Corral and Big Nose Kate’s Saloon. Hear tales and legends of American outlaws in this legendary frontier outpost, where money, fame and lust were always at odds with the law. You’ll also visit San Xavier de Bac Mission while enjoying the drive back to Phoenix, for a full day of exploring two of Arizona’s most popular sights. Choose between a small-group or private option.
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  • 12 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Tucson - Behind the Scenes Tour

Tucson - Behind the Scenes Tour

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"My advice is to start your trip with Priscilla to get the ‘lay of the land’ and go back to the areas you liked during your tour. That way you will know which restaurants and neighborhoods to go to and the rest of your trip will be better planned.." -Jeff NOTE: this is an outdoors tour. It is Covid safe, lots of social distancing and walking space My tour is something you will not find online when you Google things/activities to do in Tucson. It is a list of things that make Tucson special, interesting and sometimes weird. There’s nothing like a local’s insight and that’s what my tour is all about!! We will go to historic sights and neighborhoods, go try the best tacos and Sonoran hot dogs in town; all while leaning about Tucson history and interesting architecture! *food not included in tour price, bring cash or credit *if theres a conflict with scheduling please contact me for availability
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Multi-Day option Tucson Attractions Passport

Multi-Day option Tucson Attractions Passport

Save money on your next trip to Tucson with the Tucson Attractions Passport. This digital pass will entitle you to all sorts of discounts on Tucson-area attractions, including 2-for-1 tickets at all sorts of popular spots. Both 3-day and 7-day options are available, while locals or those who visit often may want to consider an annual pass.
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  • 3 to 365 days
  • Free Cancellation
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Southern Arizona Full-Day Historical Tour from Phoenix
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Southern Arizona Full-Day Historical Tour from Phoenix

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This day tour gives you the chance to venture south from the Phoenix area to see several historical sites that visitors come from around the world to see. This allows you to experience several very old locations that were so important in the history of Arizona. Luckily they have been preserved so visitors can still enjoy them as they have for hundreds of years. - Casa Grande Ruins National Monument - Picacho Peak State Park - San Xavier Del Bac Mission in Tucson - Tumacacori National Historic Park - Lunch included
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  • 9 to 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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