Saddle up, buckaroos. Now until Saturday, December 24, Old Tucson Studios is hosting its very own holiday attraction throughout the month.
Now, there's going to be all kinds of fun like various holiday-themed shows and performances, nightly tree lightings, festive decor spread all around, hangout sessions with Santa Claus, and even an appearance by Krampus.
Tickets are $35 for adults, $30 for children, and anyone four years old and younger can come in for free.
But what in tarnation are you goin' to eat during your visit to Yuletide at Old Tucson? Well, there happen to be quite a few options over yonder at 201 Kinney Rd.
If you stumble upon this spot during your journey, they're serving hefty-sized meals — some come with two sides like the Brisket Sandwich, Pulled Pork Sandwich, and the Chicken Leg.
More handhelds over here! The only thing on the menu that may require a fork is the Garden Salad, but who are we to tell you how to eat?
The name says it all: they've got ice cream. Make sure you eat it fast because there's a lot of dust floatin' in the air at Old Tucson.
Head over to The Elixir if you've got an appetite equivalent to a little ol' prairie dog's cravings.
Golly, there's more mixed nuts over here but the menu gets a little nuttier than that (maybe in the cookie dough).
Nothin' says "the holidays" like a warm tamale during a cold desert night. Make sure you grab a churro to keep your hands warm while perusing the attractions.
Just follow your nose to this smokey spot on Old Tucson's property. There's more burgers gettin' lit up over here but at least there's a veggie option.
As a reminder, this holiday-themed event is happening on select dates from now until Saturday, December 24.
Old Tucson is located at 201 Kinney Rd. For more information and to purchase your tickets, visit yuletideaz.com.
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