Visit Tucson


Visit Tucson

Tucson is a cultural hub known for having the “Best 23 miles of Mexican food” in America. Explore Tucson to catch some rays, travel around the deserts and mountains, and see any of the amazing attractions in the city.
 

A Must See Wonder of the World 

Come tour one of the world's most unique facilities dedicated to the research and understanding of global scientific issues. The Biosphere 2 facility serves as a laboratory for controlled scientific studies, an arena for scientific discovery and discussion, and a far-reaching provider of public education.

Visit Biosphere 2


Biosphere 2 at night

World's Largest Non-Government Funded Aerospace Museum


Pima Air and Space Museum features a display of nearly 300 aircraft spread out over 80 acres. It has also been the home to the Arizona Aviation Hall of Fame since 1991.

Visit Pima Air & Space Museum


Pima Air and Space Museum

A Spectacular Dining Experience

Why Tucson? As the city’s press release puts it, Tucson was selected for the “region’s rich agricultural heritage, thriving food traditions, and culinary distinctiveness." In essence, it means that dining in Tucson is a unique experience, one that reflects the culture of the Sonoran Desert, from the soil to the people who live here.

Visit Tucson Food and Drink


Tucson Food and Drink
    

Weather and Conference Attire

The average high for Tucson in February is 68°F and the average low is 40°F. Meeting room temperatures tend to vary. Please bring a light sweater or jacket for all meetings.


We're About Trust

The keyword that comes up again and again at CESSE is trust. Our community members meet through our hallmark events and continue the conversations well beyond. Whether you are looking for a sounding board to help you work through a challenge, tips and advice on industry practices, or referrals to other people who have a solution you can use, CESSE is here to be, or become, your professional network of choice.

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