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Experience the Tucson art scene by checking out varied and vibrant murals. See about 35 of the finest. They are spread out and often tucked away, so a guided bike ride is the best way to do it. See an amazing variety of murals: glossy new to old faded, small hidden gems to huge massive neighborhood identifiers, serious subjects to funny stuff, and from realistic to the surreal. Learn details about the various murals as you take pictures or get a better look. The tour is approximately 8½ miles on flat terrain. Ride through a variety of neighborhoods too: bustling downtown, peaceful Dunbar Spring, art focused Armory Park, quirky 4th Avenue, and colorful Barrio Viejo.
Taking safety measures
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Gear/equipment sanitized between use
"My advice is to start your trip with Priscilla to get the ‘lay of the land’ and go back to the areas you liked during your tour. That way you will know which restaurants and neighborhoods to go to and the rest of your trip will be better planned.." -Jeff My tour is something you will not find online when you Google things/activities to do in Tucson. It is a list of things that make Tucson special, interesting and sometimes weird. There’s nothing like a local’s insight and that’s what my tour is all about!! We will go to historic sights and neighborhoods, go try the best tacos and Sonoran hot dogs in town; all while leaning about Tucson history and interesting architecture! This is a driving and light walking tour. We will drive to different locations and some light walking. We drive in a car caravan, if you dont have transportation please message me. *food not included in tour price, bring cash or credit *if theres a conflict with scheduling please contact me for availability
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