Best Tucson Tours

If you’re looking for The Best Tucson Tours, then Tucson Trolley Tours has your back.

Tucson Bike Tours

www.tucsonbiketours.comBest Tucson Tours
(Closed during summer months – check the website for availability)

There are seven bike tours to choose from. They range from seven to eleven miles on flat terrain. They last around two and a half hours. It is truly the best way to see and learn about Tucson. It’s an easy, flat terrain. You will learn so much about the history of Tucson that you will want to sign up for your next tour as soon as you return. And don’t worry, the bike will include a helmet, water bottle, handlebar bag for your personal items and a light for those night tours.

Trail Dust Jeep Tours
1665 S Craycroft Road

Whether you go on the Desert Ecology Tour, experiencing both breathtaking scenery and “amazing desert critters”, the Sunset Tour, and observe the amazing sunset with our beautiful rock formations in the forefront, or a rally team-building tour, full of games, education and of course, critters, you will have a day you will never forget. Sit back and relax or get up close and personal with the critters.
29 Tubac Plaza, Tubac

Spirit Steps offers a choice of educational/enlightening tours. These tours provide a connection from our rich heritage to our present-day habits. It is a spiritually based tour company with locations in Sedona, Tucson, and Tubac.

Main Gate / 4th Avenue Tour

The Food Tour of Tucson is an adventure which includes an insider’s look at five locally-owned restaurants. The restaurants are coupled with entertaining stories of Main Gate Square and 4th Avenue’s rich history throughout the tour. Wear sunscreen and comfortable shoes!! You will visit restaurants that have been featured on the Food Network. The exact meeting spot will be emailed to you upon your reservation confirmation. Don’t we always want “insider information” on the best food around!

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
2021 N. Kinney Road

Are you new to the Tucson area? You should make it a point to visit this beautiful museum as it combines a zoo and a botanical garden. You will learn all about the native wildlife and beauty. This is a huge adventure, 98 acres, so be prepared for a day of walking. They have special events at scheduled times, so be sure to follow the map to the shows.


Take a trip to Tombstone, Arizona. You’ll be taking a trip back in time. It’s an entire family entertainment experience. Tombstone offers you the chance to experience a gunfight held daily at The Gunfight Palace. You can check to see if you have what it takes to be a true gunfighter; a keen eye and steady hand at the Big Iron Shooting gallery. How about a guided tour leaving nightly from Big Nose Kate’s Saloon. You’ll see Tombstone’s 10 most haunted destinations. Gun-slinging not your style? Then head over to the Good Enough Mine Underground Tour. The guides will present you with a fascinating history of the miners below ground, and their families above ground.

Avalon Organic Gardens and Ecovillage
2074 Pendleton Drive, Tumacacori, AZ

This is a 220-acre micro-society that incorporates a modern lifestyle within the sustainable contest of a land-based society. The EcoVillage pursues self-sufficiency by providing meaningful vocational work, ongoing education, spiritual exploration, and dynamic cultural experiences. Over 115 dedicated people practice farming using traditional and time-honored techniques of organic gardening. It is also a Certified Bee Friendly Garden, managed to provide a habitat for pollinators. Bees play an extremely important role in pollinating food crops, as well as produce honey. Nature’s sugar.

Mt Lemmon (Audio Tour)

Download the app onto your phone, and listen to a tour of the surprising natural science of Southern Arizona, from the enchanting Sonoran Desert to the “Sky Island” mountains. The app also includes informative slide-shows and videos to help visualize the science being described.

Tohono O’odham Nation
3 Cactus Circle, Sells, AZ 85634

The Tohono O’odham Nation is the second-largest American Indian tribe in the state. Learn about the “People of the Desert” through exhibits and education programs available at the Tohono O’odham Nation Cultural Center and Museum. The Annual Rodeo & Fair is the first weekend of February. The Wa:k Pow Wow is the second weekend of March. The San Xavier Mission Indian Market at the Mission Plaza is Thanksgiving weekend. The Kitt Peak National Observatory is the world’s largest, and it offers tours daily.