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Welcome to the Tucson Buzz. The Tucson Buzz is one of our featured locations. We provide Tucson information and trivia for visitors, locals and anyone else curious about Arizona. The Tucson attractions page provides a variety of places to visit and explore. Learn more about Tucson by following our links below. Click here for a map of Tucson, Arizona.

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Buzzin Basics
Tucson’s population: 502,400 residents (2nd largest city in Arizona)

Elevation: 2,389 feet

Established: 1775
Incorporated: 1877

Median Age: 32.5

Summer: average high 98 F degrees; average low 70 F degrees
March – April: average high 80 F degrees
October – November: average high 84 F degrees
Winter (Dec.– Feb.): average high 65 F degrees; average low 38 F degrees
Buzzin Trivia
Tucson, nicknamed the Old Pueblo, is Arizona’s oldest and most Mexican city.

Tucson is an Indian word meaning “place of dark springs” or “springs at the base of a black hill”. About 1900, Americans began to pronounce it “too-sahn”. Today Mexicans still pronounce it “took-sone”.

An Irishman, Don Hugo O’Connor, founded the Spanish city of Tucson. He was an Irish expatriate hired by the Spanish Empire to upgrade frontier... Read more >>
Buzzin Attractions
  • Sabino Canyon Recreation Area
  • Mount Lemmon
  • Tucson Botanical Garden
  • Colossal Cave
  • Downtown Tucson
  • Saguaro National Park West
  • Saguaro National Park East
  • Catalina State Park
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