Places to visit in Tucson after
There are great places to visit while in the influence of medical marijuana in Tucson, these are:
you’ve enjoyed your Medical Marijuana
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum: provides the desert landscape with a close and comprehensive look. This museum is an all-in – one zoo, museum of natural history, and botanical garden. Including certain endangered species such as the Mexican wolf, thick-billed parrot, ocelot, margay, jaguarundi, desert pupfish, Sonora chub, bonytail chub, razorback sucker, and Gila topminnow are displays of living animals and plants native to the Sonoran Desert. More than 40,000 crops represent 1,200 species as well as a collection of gems, minerals and fossils.
Mission San Xavier del Bac: The Spanish Jesuits created this mission station in the north of Tucson in 1770. San Xavier del Bac’s mission structures, especially the richly decorated church, are good examples of colonial Baroque architecture. Also known as the “White Desert Dove,” it is still used as a religious center by the Tohono O’odham Indians. Through the old church, visitors can walk. The museum includes artifacts that highlight the mission’s history.
National Park of Saguaro: part of the Sonoran Desert, stretches east and south of Tucson. This desert region, the lowest in North America, is characterized by the abundant and diverse flora and fauna that thrive despite the heat. Visitors can see the typical saguaro or candelabra cactuses that are the highest species in North America, as well as birds such as the Gila woodpecker and cactus wren that reside on cactuses, rattlesnakes, desert tortoises and the Gila monster. There are countless distinct length hiking trails.