20+ Things for Kids to Do Over Fall Break in Tucson

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Most public, private, and charter schools in Tucson offer a fall break sometime in early to mid October.

This year, Fall Break for the majority of schools falls the week of October 9-13, 2023.

Looking for things for your kids to do over the break? We've compiled a list of ideas!

  1. First things first: SUBSCRIBE to the TucsonTopia newsletter, LIKE the TucsonTopia Facebook page, and CHECK the TucsonTopia calendar. We are constantly adding new information and events.
  2. Visit one of the corn mazes or pumpkin patches near Tucson.
  3. Walk, hike, or picnic at Pima Canyon, Saguaro National Park, Sabino Canyon, or Ventana Canyon Trail. If you have toddlers or preschoolers with you, try the Sabino Dam East hike.
  4. Drive up Mt. Lemmon for a hiking or camping adventure.
  5. Shop for a halloween costume and start planning for what you will do on Halloween.
  6. Wander the paths at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.
  7. Check out stacks of books at your local library (library cards are free).
  8. Shop at La Encantada and then stop in for a cookie at AJ's Fine Foods.
  9. Explore the exhibits at the International Wildlife Museum
  10. Take the Tumamoc Hill challenge. It's stroller-friendly!
  11. Marvel at the wonders of space at a show at Flandrau Science Center & Planetarium.
  12. Stroll the aisles at Midtown Mercantile Merchants, a huge indoor antique mall.
  13. Order pizza and milkshakes at Little Anthony's Diner.
  14. Sign up for music lessons at Allegro School of Music.
  15. Have a "wild" time at the Reid Park Zoo.
  16. Enjoy indoor exercise at DEFY Tucson, Get Air Tucson, Rock Solid Climbing + Fitness, the BLOC, or Wild Katz.
  17. Purchase a day or week pass to the Tucson Jewish Community Center. Access the pool, splash pad, fitness classes, indoor play area, tennis courts, sculpture garden, and art gallery.
  18. Ride the Tucson Streetcar and stop for an ice cream cone at The Screamery. Read books in the children's area at Main Library!
  19. Meander the magical galleries at The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures.
  20. Try on new-to-you clothes at InJoy Thrift Store.
  21. Go out to eat. Browse our Kids Eat Free in Tucson and Family-Friendly Restaurants in Tucson lists for dining possibilities.
  22. If you have toddlers or preschoolers, unlock the magic of books at one of the many Tucson Storytimes.

From all of the TucsonTopia team, we hope you have a super fun fall break! 

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