Granted you have to have some interest in cactus, succulents, and/or native plants to fully enjoy the botanical garden, but it has some good specimens. It is a good mile + walk from town, with a slight uphill slog. In the summer there is a shuttle that travels all around town for $2. The monument is worthy of seeing and is very nice, with sculptural details of plants, ravens, and other birds. There is also a lot of the famous Catalina tile, and arches. There is a great view from the top. To the right of the monument is a trailhead. You need a permit that you get at the conservancy office, along with trail information.
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