Are you looking for a fun way to celebrate Rodeo Break in Tucson? Here are few ideas!
Naturally the actual rodeo and rodeo parade are at the top of the list!
La Fiesta de los Vaqueros Tucson Rodeo – Feb 16th – 24th – Check the schedule for specific times and events.
Tucson Rodeo Parade – Feb 21st at 9 am
Check out local museums.
Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum – Special hours during Rodeo week – closed Feb 21st – open 11am-1pm Feb 22nd -24th
The Tucson Children’s Museum will be offering special Rodeo Break Activities 2/ 21-2/24:
- Rodeo Pony – Giddy-Up and go with your very own stick pony – 11:30 AM
- Rodeo Bandanas – Every cowboy and cowgirl needs one for the rodeo season – 3:00 PM
Museum of the Horse Soldier – Open 11am-8pm 7 days a week.
Check out a special puppet show and craft at Woods Memorial Library.
The Rodeo Princess and Pinto Bean Puppet Show – Feb 20th at 10:15-11:00am
Visit local Western Attractions.
Old Tucson Studios – Old Tucson is Where the Spirit of the Old West comes Alive with family fun including gunfights, saloon musicals, living history presentations, film history tours, rides, games and more! – Open 10am-6pm
Trail Dust Town – Celebrate Rodeo Days with Trail Dust Town, it opens at 1pm on Feb 24th. Free live music and entertainment!
Go horseback riding.
Pantano Stables on the east side or Pusch Ridge Stables on the northwest side. Thanks Brooke and Kelly for your recommendations!
We are taking advantage of the 4-day weekend to spend a couple nights in Scottsdale, otherwise we would definitely be watching the parade. I am hoping to sneak a pony ride in for the boys!
What do you plan on doing over Rodeo Break?