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Arizona Theatre Company
Arizona Theatre CompanyTwo tickets to
Oh Coward!

www.aztheatreco.org
Temple of Music & Art
330 S. Scott Ave.
622-2823

Value $66

With the joyous return of Mark Anders and Carl J. Danielsen, the two unforgettable performers from 2 Pianos, 4 Hands, it's a marvelous party, thrown by one of the century's greatest wits! The stylish and spirited evening of Noel Coward's Jazz-age songs features swank little gems like "Mad Dogs and Englishmen," "Sail Away" and "A Room With a View." The New York Post calls it "a delightfully tuneful, charming, witty show..."


Colossal Cave Mountain Park
Colossal CaveCave Tour for 2 Adults and 2 Children
www.colossalcave.com
P.O. Box 70, 16711 E. Colossal Cave Rd. Vail, AZ 85641
520.647.PARK (7275)

Value $23

The cave is called "dry" or "dormant" which means that, due to a lack of water, the formations are not growing right now.

Colossal Cave, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, had been used for centuries by prehistoric peoples when it was "discovered" in 1879. Since then it has been the object of interest and attention by people ranging from train robbers to a President of the University of Arizona. The first tours were taken through the unimproved Cave in 1923, tours which involved ropes and lanterns.

Thanks to the Civilian Conservation Corps, who constructed the buildings, walkways, and wiring in the mid-1930's, today's tours are very comfortable. The hand-set flagstone walkways and handrails are exactly as installed by the C.C.C. These days, however, Colossal Cave is wearing new lights and is more breathtakingly beautiful than ever before. (We're proud to say that the lights are energy-saving compact fluorescents.)


The Dolly Steamboat
The Dolly Steamboat90-minute Nature Cruise for Two
www.dollysteamboat.com
(480) 827-9144
Canyon Lake, AZ

Value $28
Canyon Lake is 14 miles northeast of Apache Junction, AZ. along the historic Apache Trail (State Highway 88.) The Dolly Steamboat is docked at the Canyon Lake Marina.

The Dolly Steamboat carries on the tradition of Tour Boats on Arizona's Desert Lakes that started in 1925 upon completion of Mormon Flat Dam. George Moody launched the "Geronimo" and started lake tours labeled "The Boat Trip Unique-The Junior Grand Canyon Tour."
Over the succeeding years, the US Department of Agriculture Forest Service included Canyon Lake in the Tonto National Forest. Eventually, the Forest Service permitted the development of a Marina, Restaurant and Campground on a 28 acre site alongside Hwy.88, The Apache Trail. Paul "PK" Kennedy and Dolly bought the Marina and Campground and their family began to develop the facility.
PK's dream of building an old fashioned riverboat then emerged and a 48 passenger double decked sternwheeler was soon sailing as an attraction that encouraged year 'round visitors. In 1987, Dolly's Steamboat was sold to the Roger Grimh family. Roger enlarged the boat by adding more floatation, length and width, tripling its capacity from 48 to 160 passengers. Dolly (aka Arizona's Dolly) is tour boat Marketing Manager and features The Dolly Steamboat on her Web page as her #1 "Unique Attraction."


Flandrau Science Center
Flandrau Science CenterAdmission for Four
www.flandrau.org
1601 E. University Blvd.
Tucson, AZ 85719
(520) 621-STAR

Value $12
Flandrau is located on the campus of the University of Arizona, at the corner of Cherry and University Blvd. There you will find a
Planetarium, Observatory, Mineral Museum, Science Store, and Heliochronometer.


Gaslight Theatre
Gaslight TheatreTwo Admissions
7010 E. Broadway
Tucson, Arizona 85710
(520) 886-9428

Value $35
The Gaslight Theatre invites you to join us for the finest family theatre & dinner entertainment in Arizona. Thrill to authentic foot-stomping musical comedy melodrama, complete with honky-tonk piano playing, sing alongs and much, much more! Cheer the hero and Boo the villain while enjoying your favorite soft drink or beer, pizza, ice cream and mountains of free finger lickin' good popcorn!


Gray Line Tours
Gray Line Tours Old Pueblo City Tour for Two
www.graylinearizona.com
PO Box 1991 Tucson, AZ 85702
520-622-8811 800-276-1528

Value $86
Discover the origins of Tucson as established by the Spanish Conquistadors in the mid 1500's. Bring your camera! Get an overview of Tucson from the heights of "A" Mountain. Tour Barrio Histórico, the finest collection of adobe homes in the Southwest! See El Tiradito Shrine, El Presidio neighborhood and quaint La Casa Cordova, the oldest adobe home in the city. Swing through Snob Hollow. Visit Old Town Artisans, a historic treasure trove complete with unique gift shops. See the University of Arizona campus and the Arizona Historical Society. You'll finish up at San Xavier del Bac Mission, "Sistine Chapel" of the southwest. Founded by Father Kino in the late 1600's, it is known as "The White Dove of the Desert."


Live Theatre Workshop
Two Adult Admissions
http://personal.riverusers.com/~ltw/
5317 E. Speedway Blvd. Tucson, AZ 85712
327-4242

Value $25

Live Theatre Workshop is dedicated to developing excellence in theatre through education and performance, and enrichment of the community through participation in the arts.

Led by Artistic Director, James Mitchell Gooden, LTW began its tradition of service to the Tucson Community on St. Partick's Day 1994. Always interested in producing the best plays available, LTW has received critical acclaim for its diverse productions. LTW has spanned the spectrum from tragedy to farce -- from mystery to historical drama.


Out of Africa Wildlife Park
Golf-n-StuffSix Adult Admissions
www.outofafricapark.com
(480) 837-7779
9736 N. Fort McDowell Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85264

Value $90
Out of Africa Wildlife Park is not a zoo or a circus; it is truly an experience. It is a garden-like setting that allows visitors to actually encounter the kingdom of the wild. The animals come to you in nine unrehearsed, educational programs everyday. There are no tricks, no training and no facades - everything is real. In Tiger Splash, the park's most popular show, the staff is chased by tigers, who dive in a giant pool after their human friends. The animals demonstrate primal behavior in which the humans are the prey. We teach them to hunt.


Reid Park Zoo
Tucson ZooOne Year Membership courtesy of the Tucson Zoological Society
www.tucsonzoo.org
7366 N. Paseo del Norte Tucson, AZ 85704
(520) 742-6455

Value $25
Enjoy a Wild Adventure at Reid Park Zoo. Come visit the Tucson zoo, and have a wild time. Meet the more than 400 animals—rhinos, elephants, anteaters, polar bears, lions, and many more! Adventure in our African, Asian, and South American regions. Explore the Flight Connection, our full-flight, walk through aviary.


Tucson Botanical Gardens
Tucson Botanical GardensTucson Botanical GardensFour Entry Passes
www.tucsonbotanical.org
2150 North Alvernon Way
Tucson, Arizona 85712
326-9686

Value $20
Tucked within the heart of the city, Tucson Botanical Gardens (TBG) is a five-acre collection of 15 specialty gardens including a historical garden, an herb garden, a butterfly garden, a cactus and succulent garden, and much more. Our collection consists of over 4,200 individual plants. We offer many design ideas appropriate to the scale of most residential gardens. Come visit our urban oasis and discover the variety of plants that thrive in southern Arizona. Each of our gardens unfolds like a series of discoveries.


Wildlife World Zoo
Wildlife World Zoo
10 Children's Admissions

www.wildlifeworld.com
623-935-WILD (9453)
16501 W. Northern Ave.
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340

Value $62.50
Wildlife World Zoo has Arizona's largest collection of exotic animals, totaling more than 1,300 individual animals. Wildlife World Zoo is accredited by the American Zoo and Aquarium Association. It is one of the two nationally accredited privately owned zoos in the United States. One satisfied zoo member comments: "If you want to see animals up close, this is the zoo for you. You won't find concrete sidewalks here, you are surrounded by nature. This place is a safe haven for animals, a present day Noah's ark." Mickey Ollson is the Director and Founder of the Wildlife World Zoo. He opened the zoo in 1984, after several years of raising exotic animals, mainly birds. From the beginning he has believed that exotic animals are the stars of the show, up- close and personal for the visitors.


 


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