Although Tucson, Arizona, has a desert-like landscape, it's an oasis of art and culture. After one of the trusted interstate moving companies has finished unloading all of your belongings, you may want to hit the town to experience its museums and performance centers. Here are a couple that you should keep in mind.
Fox Tucson Theatre
The Fox Tucson Theatre was built in 1930 and was used to host premier vaudeville acts and function as a movie house. The National Register of Historic Places has deemed it to be "Nationally Significant" and it has recently been refurbished and revamped for public use after a period of low attendance and neglect during the late 20th century. Nearly 80 years after its construction, renowned musicians and standup comedians still grace the stage. It also shows movies from a variety of time periods and cultures.
Arizona Friends of Chamber Music
If you fancy classical music, you'll want to take advantage of the nearby Arizona Friends of Chamber Music (AFCM). AFCM has hosted the Evening Concert Series for more than half a century, which include great performances from a variety of chamber music acts. It'll also be the home of the upcoming Tucson Winter Chamber Music Festival. If you have children who are budding musicians, they'll learn from the best at one of the AFCM's youth classes.