- The list below includes 23 free or cheap things to do in or near Green Valley, Arizona, including 43 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Art Gallery, Farms & Ranches and Parks.
- From Tucson Greyhound Park to Historic Hacienda De La Canoa, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Green Valley and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Tubac, Tucson, Tumacacori and Patagonia.
Located on University of Arizona grounds, the Arizona Stadium is home to the Wildcats, the Universities football team. Having recently been remodeled, the stadium now seats over 56,000 spectators and hosts concerts throughout the year.
98% 41 votes
150 Blue Heaven Rd, Patagonia, AZ 85624 MoreLess Info
Protects one of the country's richest riparian habitats, the Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Preserve is home to endangered birds, butterflies and fish species. Amongst the unique feature of the area is its permanent streams and verdant floodplains.
85% 214 votes
4800 W. Gates Pass Rd., Tucson, AZ 85745 MoreLess Info
The diversity of animals from around the world is put on display at the International Wildlife Museum through realistic dioramas. Educational programs are spread throughout the site in a casual format which emphasizes knowledge of science-based wildlife management and sustainable use conservation.
85% 155 votes
400 Patagonia Lake Road, Patagonia, AZ 85624 MoreLess Info
A lake in the desert is what comes to mind when the Patagonia Lake State Park is mentioned. It hosts various of outdoor activities like bird watching, hiking trails, Pontoon boating tours and discovery adventures of old mining camps and ghost towns.
Since 2002, The Loft Cinema, has been serving Southern Arizona as a non-profit arts organization. Known for presenting the best Independent American and Foreign Films, shorts and documentaries, come on out see for yourself.
Tucson Mountain Park includes 20 000 acres of desert landscape that offers visitors opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, hunting, camping and wildlife observation. Special Outdoor Family Days provide guided park experiences for all ages.
Saguaro National Park is known for its cacti, desert hiking trails and wildlife. Animals living there include coyotes, Gambel's quail, desert tortoises, black bears, Mexican spotted owls, Arizona mountain king snakes, and white-tailed deer.