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Here are just a few suggestions of where you can have your ceremony in and around the Tucson area. Our officiants will travel wherever you want them to go within the Tucson area. If we have to travel more than 35 miles to get to your location, we'll have to add a $50.00 travel fee, but we will make every effort to accommodate your wishes.
Hacienda Linda Bed and Breakfast is available for hosting special events like weddings, and is adjacent to Saguaro National Park West. On 6 acres of Saguaro studded land, it is a short drive from the world-renowned Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and Old Tucson Studios, and a 30 minute drive from downtown Tucson. A stunning, natural setting for your wedding and your honeymoon! Call (520) 682-9627 or visit the Hacienda Linda website for more information.
5600 Tucson is an extraordinary property with over 90,000 square feet of Garden and Lawn areas, with magnificent Garden Art and Sculpture. These stunning multiple covered patios, expansive and beautifully landscaped grounds, and overall embassy level amenities are prefect for taking wonderful wedding event photos, which will capture the beauty of your wedding forever.
The Tucson Museum of Art offers exceptional facilities and exhibitions to provide a beautiful atmosphere for your wedding. To book your event or to ask for more information, call the museum at (520) 624-2333 or,
Tucson Botanical Gardens is a wonderful place for a wedding with up to 50 guests. Cool, shaded grounds and beautiful plants in a quiet, peaceful environment offer you and your guests a memorable wedding.
Located on the West Side near Silver Bell and Cortaro, Sanctuary Cove is tucked away in a secluded canyon in the Tucson Mountains. Quiet and solitude are hallmarks here - there is a small chapel with seating for approximately 15 to 20 guests, and an outdoor outdoor amphitheater with seating for up to 75 guests.
There are many other ceremony locations available in Tucson - we'll put details on more here in the future. In the meanwhile, here are some locations where we've performed ceremonies recently: