- Our list of the best things to do in Sierra Vista, Arizona, features the top 85 nearby activities — including 35 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Sierra Vista, AZ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Food & Drink, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 17 things to do within the city of Sierra Vista, AZ , followed by 68 popular activities in nearby cities, including Tombstone, Bisbee, Elgin, Hereford and Sonoita
Located in a historic city hall, Pimeria Alta Museum depicts the history of the early Spanish settlers and Native American inhabitants of the region. In addition to old jail cells, visitors can browse an antique fire truck.
Located in Tucson, Arizona, the Pima County Fairgrounds host a yearly fair with food, rides and games. The fairgrounds also host additional events throughout the year such as NHRA drag racing, rodeos and features indoor and outdoor equestrian facilities.
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Most people go to Quail Creek County Club to dine while watching the spectacular view of the Santa Rita Mountains. The 18-hole golf course is worth a visit if only for the amazing views offered by its surrounding mountain ranges.
Featuring three different courses with 9-holes each, Tubac Golf Resort is indeed a golfer's paradise with its scenic holes, island greens, water hazards and bunkers. After a day, golfers can relax and unwind at the resort's spa, resort room, putting green or the restaurant.
An open-air museum, Tubac Presidio State Historic Park used to be Arizona's biggest city. Among the places of interest in the area are the 17th century old excavated parts of the presidio plus a lively historic narration of Tubac's colorful past.
Situated on 220-acres of agricultural land, the Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage is a community center for practicing farming. The center participates in practices such as composing, carpooling, and rainwater harvesting.
La Paloma de Tubac displays a collection of 10,000 items of Latin American folk art including collections of Mexican pottery, clothing and jewelry. They offer unique accent pieces and work with hundreds of artisans in villages from Mexico to Argentina.
Tubac Center of the Arts is a facility that showcases old artworks made by locals. It is also a place where art classes are held from pottery, painting, and drawing to art classes. Scheduled events are also hosted here from theater performances to art exhibits.