Old Tucson StudiosCurrently Closed
Originally built as a set for TV series like ‘Little House on the Prairie’ and ‘Bonanza’, Old Tuscan embraces the old western way of life and stars shows which give you the authentic ambience of the cow-boy movies.
The Gunfight shows, exclusive Stunt shows and Can-Can musicals which will leave you in awe of the place, are only the tip of the ice-berg! Old Tucsonoffers tours of the historic place and also showcases a silent movie.
- Entertaining shows
- Living history presentation including the ‘Life of a Miner’ and ‘the American Cowboy’.
- Adults (ages 12 and over): USD 17.95
- Children (ages 4-11): USD 10.95
- Children (ages 3 and under) are admitted free of charge.
- Group pricing is available for groups of 25 or more.
- Discounts: Seniors (age 65 and older) and Military personnel: Save USD 2 with appropriate ID.
- Tax prices will be added to the admission fee.
- Dates can vary annually. Visit the official website for updated timings.
- By Bus: At Western Way Ci/Kinney Rd (5.3 kilometers away)
- By Car
- By Taxi
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32.01% of people who visit Tucson include Old Tucson Studios in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
75.68% of people start their Old Tucson Studios visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Old Tucson Studios
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Old Tucson Studios
I like this, but the drink lines are ridiculous. Whatever you do, skip Margarita Madness. Not only do the people who work there not care at all about any of the people standing around in line they move slow as molasses, I seriously question if there was any tequila in that margarita. It's supposed to be slushy and it was more watery. And you had to buy it and those long tubes and they ran out of the straws. So I had a long drink with a tiny straw, it was stupid. A waste of 15 bucks. The haunted hayride is a must-my favorite part, and the train is fun too. They could just get rid of that Sasquatch at the end it's kind of dumb. the security guard at one of the shows was awesome. He busted out some dance moves while you're waiting for the show to start that was an unexpected, fun surprise.
I LOVE it here. Nightfall was excellent this year. As a horror and haunt aficionado, Nightfall was extremely fun and entertaining. Its not about the level of spook and scary here but the amount of things you can do. We soent 4 hours here easily. The main show was a disaster but the adult show was superb. Normal days at Old Tucson are fun and fulfilling. Season passes are worth it!!
Honestly it's not scary at all. It's declined so much. They need a new strategy for the scaring Completely.. make it more creepy in the haunted attractions. If anything Old Tucson Studios needs to take notes from the Slaughterhouse
Old Tucson...Jesse bell, Met him at a job I was doing. He invited me over to this beautiful town. Life time experience. His horses are beautiful. I asked how many he owned. He Said he didn't owned them. They owned him. Real cowboy. Staff was great. Barbecue was bomb. Jesse Bell. It was a pleasure to meet you cowboy.
A Tucson Gem! You can't go to Tucson without checking this place out. A lot of history here. If you get a chance check out nightfall in October. It turns into a haunted town, awesome!
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