Old Tucson Studios, Address 201 S Kinney Rd, Tucson, AZ 85735, Old Tucson helps kids take a step back in time with a train ride, covered wagons, panning for gold, an old school house and a small set of rides geared towards very young kids. many old Western movies were set here.
Near the University of Arizona, there is a wonderful volunteer-run historic trolley, Old Pueblo Trolley, that runs along 4th Avenue and then turns onto University Blvd, terminating at the gate to the grounds of the university. You can purchase an inexpensive all-day pass and get off and on wherever you want to visit shops and restaurants. But will they let Sean ring the trolley bell?
El Charro 311 N Court Ave. 85701 (520) 622-1922. History is the thing here. El Charro is the oldest restaurant in Tucson. Located downtown in an historic field stone house, it has a charming patio, bar and main dining rooms. A large menu featuring famous enchiladas. Several locations around town offer different fare under the same name.