Tohono Chul Park

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Tohono Chul Park
Tohono Chul Park

General Info

Tohono Chul Park
7366 North Paseo Del Norte
Tucson, AZ, 85704, US
P: 520-742-6455

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General Overview

Tohono Chul Park is the Southwest’s center where nature, art, and culture connect. – Walk down the winding nature trail through our various gardens. Tour the exhibits in a renovated historic home. Recognized as one of the great botanical gardens of the world, Tohono Chul Park has been connecting Nature, Art & Culture for 25 years.

Named one of the World’s Great Botanical Gardens by Travel + Leisure and listed by National Geographic Traveler as one of the top 22 Secret Gardens in the U.S. and Canada, there is something for everyone. This oasis in the desert offers a respite from the hectic pace of daily life, provides an informative look at the region’s fascinating cultural traditions and its even more interesting flora and fauna, and is the perfect setting for an evening concert, special event or family wedding.


The misson of Tohono Chul Park is to enrich people’s lives by providing them the opportunity to find peace and inspiration in a place of beauty, to experience the wonders of the Sonoran Desert and to gain knowledge of the natural and cultural heritage of the region

Hours of Operation and Special Fees

Member: Free
Student (with ID): $4.00
Adult: $8.00
Children (5-12): $2.00
Senior (62+): $6.00
Children (under 5): Free
Active Military: $5.00
Groups (10 or more): 10% discount
Special discounts: members of AAA – 10%; members of AAM or APGA – free
Tohono Chul Park Tea Room, La Fuente Museum Shop and La Entrada Greenhouse and Garden Shop are not subject to the admission charge
Free admission to Park grounds: New Year’s Day, 4th of July, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day

Park grounds and Tohono Chul Park Tea Room:
8am-5pm, (July – August, 7am-3pm), daily
(only service dogs are allowed in the Park)

Exhibit House, Museum Shops and Greenhouse:
9:00am-5:00pm, (July – August, 8am-3pm), daily

8:00-5:00pm, Monday-Friday

Exhibit House, Museum Shops and Greenhouse closed:
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