Good weather, a warm climate and a low cost of living are only a few of the perks of living in Tucson, Arizona. The Tucson metro area, and its good winter weather, boasts an array of hiking and bike paths suited for year-round outdoor exploration.
In 2015, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) named Tucson the first World City of Gastronomy in the USA, highlighting our city’s dynamic culinary heritage and booming food culture that is unlike any other.
Tucson also holds many family-friendly activities, ranging from the Reid Park Zoo, the Pima Air & Space Museum, to the Mt. Lemmon Sky Center or the seasonal Gem Mineral & Fossil showcase -- the largest of its kind in the world.
The University of Arizona partners with Visit Tucson on a regular basis and hosts its very own Visitors Center located right on campus. The Visitors Center is dedicated to offering newcomers tailored information on being and living in Tucson, giving you the opportunity to hear the best Tucson has to offer from local experts.