A trip to Tucson, Arizona is not complete without a visit to the world famous Old Tucson Studios; a movie studio and theme park. The Old Tucson Studios was built for the movie Arizona in 1939 and has since been used to film numerous other Western movies like Gunfight at the OK Corral, Tombstone and the Three Amigos. Visitors truly get to experience the Old West and enjoy incredible views of the Tucson Mountains and the Sonoran Dessert while here. The unique attraction features a variety of entertainment events for all ages including historic tours, trail rides, live stunt shows and gunfights, carnival games, pony rides and more.
Adults (ages 12 and over): $17.95 Children (ages 4-11): $10.95 Children (ages 3 and under): Free
Operating hours depend on the season
Around 3 hours or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The live shows which take place daily
Muslims visiting the Old Tucson Studios will not be able to find prayer facilities within its premises. They will therefore have to use the facilities offered at one of the mosques in the city of Tucson, such as the Islamic Center of Tucson or Mosque Yousuf. When in need of prayer facilities, Muslim visitors can ask staff at the attraction to direct them to the nearest one.
The Old Tucson Studios houses the Pony Express which offers a great atmosphere and even better food. The cafés is sure to offer a variety of vegetarian and seafood options suitable for Muslims. The city of Tucson is also home to a few Halal restaurants such as Alisah's Restaurant and Luxor Café.