November 7 & 8, 2015

(Tucson, AZ) Old Tucson and the Arizona Sonora Western Heritage Foundation will salute U.S. veterans from all military branches on Saturday, November 7 and Sunday, November 8 with special activities, recognition, and admission.

Join Old Tucson in recognizing the contributions and sacrifices of the brave men and women who served to ensure the safety and security of our Nation. All veterans and active military are invited to attend the event free of charge. Non-military guests are encouraged to join the celebration and will receive one free admission with each paid admission.

The event will include:

  • A daily Salute to Our Veterans with a special Flag Presentation at 12:00 noon including the flags of our armed forces and Old Glory, the Davis-Monthan AFB Honor Guard, and the singing of our National Anthem.
  • The Arizona Civil War Council (Saturday and Sunday) with historical Civil War displays and marching drills with their members and guest “recruits.”
  • The Mormon Battalion (Saturday) with interesting and educational displays regarding the Battalion’s role in the Civil War and period rifle firing demonstrations.
  • Old Tucson’s signature performances including musical and stunt shows, historic tours, and living history presentations.

Event hours are 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Admission is $17.95 for adults (ages 12 and over) and $10.95 for children (ages 4-11). Take advantage of special admission this weekend to join us in saluting our veterans.

Old Tucson is Southern Arizona’s premier location and Hollywood’s most famous western movie location and has been immortalized in over 300 feature films and TV Westerns. For more information about Old Tucson, please visit our website at or call us at 520-883-0100. Old Tucson is located at 201 S. Kinney Road, Tucson, Arizona 85735

The Arizona Sonora Western Heritage Foundation is a nonprofit organization. The Foundation in cooperation with Old Tucson Company will expand Old Tucson into a multi-cultural Western heritage center providing interactive living history and educational programs that encourage a deeper appreciation for the complex history and diverse cultures of Southern Arizona and Northern Mexico.