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While looking for different and unique places to visit on a recent trip to Tucson I came across Valley of the Moon. I was intrigued by the place, the concept and the activities. I bought tickets to the production of The Case of the Headless...More
My mother found this place and booked the $10 tickets for us and our 6.5 year-old son to see the Rumplestiltskin 'adventure'. The tickets are timed since this is a walking story adventure, where the Storyteller takes you to different locations throughout the complex and...More
Started in 1943 to provided a fantasy place to entertain children with bunny shows. The theme is kindness to all is the golden key to happiness. Brought back to life recently by a group of volunteers. It is on Allen east of Tucson Boulevard. It...More
There is no describing Valley of the Moon; it is one man's dream which morphed into an attraction for kids and was recently declared a Tucson Heritage landmark. This man was a delightfully eccentric and kind child of the Depression who helped countless out-of-work men...More
Venue with lots of weird statues and locations. Great to take kids to and sometimes used as a concert venue. Went to concert years ago to see the "Titan Valley Warheads", a local blie grass group. Cheap local color and good for kids.
We went with our friends, so there were four of us who were shuttled into the waiting area before the tour. There, we were led in song by a friendly man with a guitar wearing some kind of tree-like outfit and mask. We sang songs...More
I love taking my son and nephew here, especially for special events like the yearly Halloween show. It's a great family place that provides fun and entertainment without costing a fortune, and it shows that you can have a good time without visiting overly-loud, in-your-face...More