This park covers 92 thousand acres of greenery with a diverse species collection. It preserves the Sonoran Desert region, the Rincon Mountain district, and more. Notable animals in this park are javelin, gray foxes, mule deer, ground squirrel, jackrabbits, white-tailed deer, coyotes, and more. The most magical element is the Saguaro cacti that would add a West World look to your pictures. Before you walk into the park, explore the outskirts of the park for some simplistic ambiance. For a country-side theme, try the Bajada loop drive. Some prefer to explore the King Canyon trail for some exclusive pictures. Choose a cloudless day for capturing the panoramic view of the land.

Style: National Park, Nature

Address: 15 miles to the west of Tucson, AZ

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Old Tucson is a famous theme park and a movie studio. So, you can easily find several west world cowboy-themed sites for a photoshoot. If the place is good enough for more than 400 movies, TV shows, and more, it is good enough for your wedding pictures. The area is quite big, and you can find both traditional and fun old west themed regions. You might have to rethink your traditional wedding attire. Choose a minimalistic earth-toned dress for this destination.

Style: Old West, Theme Park, Movie Set, Desert Landscape

Address: 201 Kinney Rd, Tucson, AZ 85735

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During the early times of Tucson, Congress Street was the prime commercial corridor. Today, it stands as a reminder of the glorious old times with theatres, cultural establishments, historic storefronts, and more. The name ‘Congress Street’ always reminds you of the Hotel Congress, an ideal site for nighttime photography. Beyond the neon lights, the hotel is a vibrant and lively destination. Besides the hotel, make sure to visit The Fox Tucson Theater for its southwest deco style and the eye-catching neon light for a nostalgic effect on your pictures.

Style: Hotel, Theater, Hip Neighborhood

Address: 311 Congress St, Tucson, AZ 85701

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Mission San Xavier del Bac is a 17th – century pilgrimage site located along the riverbanks of Santa Cruz. The church contains a Moorish-inspired entrance, mesquite wood doors, and more. Inside, you will find many paintings, statues, frescoes, and carvings. A traditional ancient church structure would always add a European-styled theme to your pictures. Pair it with some trendy outfits, and you have got a classical photo session. The best part is the contrast that this white church offers amidst the desert landscape. The church allows couples to take pictures inside too. It is best to choose late mornings from Monday to Saturday to avoid the crowd.

Style: Church, Architecture

Address: 1950 W San Xavier Rd, Tucson, AZ 85746

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Rosendo S. Perez Park is a small park holding some historic sites and many murals. The murals are an integral part of Tucson’s culture. You can find murals around the city. However, the best ones are found at the Rosendo S. Perez Park. A lush collection of trees surrounds the area to enjoy some nature shots. Remember that the trees cast too many shadows, so it is best to visit during noon, for a vivid contrast look.

Style: Park, Historic, Murals

Address: 424 S. Main Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85701

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Address: 12325 E Roger Rd, Tucson, AZ 85749

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Address: Tucson, AZ

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Address: 7366 N Paseo Del Norte, Tucson, AZ 85704

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Address: 3400 E Zoo Ct, Tucson, AZ 85716

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Address: 8451 W McCain Loop, Tucson, AZ 85735

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Tucson might be a laid-back town still swimming in the Old West culture. But, if you wish your wedding photographs to be Instagram-worthy, this is the right location to pick in Arizona. Moreover, it is not easy to bring the contrast out in a desert landscape. So, pick experienced photographers as well.

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