Tucson’s downtown has been the city’s hub of activity for well over a century, but in the past several years it has seen a rebirth. Comprised of six distinct districts, all connected by the Sun Link Streetcar, Tucson’s bustling “centro” is the nexus of its deep-rooted history and vibrant future. The Pima Air Museum, established in 1967, is now ranked as the third largest aviation history museum in the U.S. Don’t miss “the Boneyard,” displaying nearly 300 aircraft spread out over 80 acres. The Titan Missile Museum, the only intercontinental ballistic missile complex in the world, is also a fascinating destination. Spend the day at Tombstone, a Historical American Landmark founded in 1879 and one of America’s best examples of our western heritage. In beautiful Sabino Canyon enjoy a tram ride through the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains. Take in the view that features the best of this “Desert Oasis” in the Coronado National Forest.