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Here’s an overview of just a few of the many fine shopping opportunities in and around Tucson. And while you’re out finding the perfect accessory or piece of furniture for your home, don’t be surprised if you run across a lot of other great finds as well.


Mac's Indian Jewelry

Think of the Southwest, and silver-and-turquoise Native American jewelry and cowboy boots instantly come to mind. Mac's Indian Jewelry in midtown Tucson is one of the best places for the former, and shoppers are never disappointed. Family-owned and -operated for more than three decades, Mac's meets everyone's wearable art needs--not to mention many home decor hankerings.

Maya Palace

The incredible, carefully selected collection of fashionable finds and wedding dresses at Maya Palace is a godsend for anyone searching for something special to wear. From boutique bridal to vibrant pieces in luxury fabrics, shoppers of all styles are sure to find just the right look. The friendly staff of experts are available to help customers assemble their ideal ensemble, and with boutique lines like Lior and Tianello, and bridal selections from designers like Maggie Sottero and Allure Bridal, it's hard not to find something you'll love.

Desert Son

When Tucson residents and visitors alike enter Desert Son, at the northeast corner of Swan Road and Skyline Drive, and browse the shop's high-quality Native American arts & crafts, they can always depend on finding something new. Steve Osborne, the owner of this light-filled Foothills gallery, has an excellent eye and knows many of the artists he showcases personally.

Old Presidio Traders

A family-owned and operated trading post in Tubac, Old Presidio Traders has provided customers with an incredible selection of jewelry, pottery, rugs, and more since 1982. They source their handmade wares from Zuni, Hopi, Santo Domingo Pueblo, Apache, and Tohono O'odham artists, and shoppers are always guaranteed to find beautiful goods, no matter what they're in the market for.

Tombstone Harley-Davidson

Back in the day, adventurous types explored the wild west by horseback. Today, they explore by Harley. Tombstone Harley-Davidson is your one-stop shop for everything you need to get on the road. Its Tombstone location means you'll get to experience past and present in the Town Too Tough to Die.

Optimo Hatworks Milliner and Renovator

Everyone has a different reason to want a custom-made hat, from fashion savvy to head shape, and Optimo Hatworks Milliner and Renovator, located 90 miles southeast of Tucson, is the premier place to find them. A bonus: The store is in Bisbee--a cool, funky, and fun place for a day trip. Read more about Grant Sergot, the creator of Optimo Hatworks, and click HERE.



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Broadway Village

Southwest corner of Broadway Blvd. and Country Club Rd.

This charming Mission-style complex hosts a Japanese restaurant and a number of interesting shopping experiences, from south-of-the-border finds and upscale clothing boutiques to a Friday farmers market and more.

Campbell Avenue

On Campbell Ave. between Grant and Fort Lowell Rds.

This bustling corridor of Campbell Ave. boasts a vast array of shops and galleries offering fine art, handcrafted jewelry, designer apparel and footwear, collectibles, and more, as well as almost 50 restaurants.

Crossroads Festival

Northeast corner of Grant and Swan Rds.

Find bed and bath accessories, men's and women's clothing shops, shoe stores, a cigar shop, an art store, a coffee shop, a grocery store, restaurants, salons, a nail and reflexology salon, a six-screen movie theater, and other specialty stores.

El Con Mall

On Broadway Blvd. between Country Club Rd. and Alvernon Way

Tucson's first regional shopping mall, El Con houses JCPenney, The Home Depot, Ross Dress for Less, PetSmart, Office Depot, Burlington Coat Factory, Target, In-N-Out Burger, and Century 20 Theaters with stadium-style seating.

Fort Lowell Furniture District

On Fort Lowell Rd. between Alvernon Way and Country Club Rd.

Copenhagen Imports, Karimi Rugs, Off the Wall Furniture Solutions, and Illuminations, on Fort Lowell are all located within a three-block stretch and feature top-quality furniture, unique home accessories, and professional design services.

Plaza Palomino

Southeast corner of Swan and Fort Lowell Rds.

You'll enjoy shopping, fine dining, and relaxing among tiled courtyards and fountains in a hacienda-like setting. Shops include women's apparel, antiques, an art gallery, specialty stores such as a leather-goods shop, and restaurants.


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Downtown Arts District

Roughly bounded by I-10, 6th St., 4th Ave., and 15th St.

Find an eclectic mix of sidewalk cafés, bars, vintage and gift shops, theaters, and diverse galleries hosting numerous arts and cultural events throughout the year.

Fourth Avenue

On 4th Ave. between Congress St. and University Blvd.

This unique, historic shopping district boasts more than 100 shops and restaurants offering vintage and boutique clothing, jewelry, furniture, artwork, antiques, handcrafted and imported wares, and a food co-op. The Fourth Avenue Street Fair is held in early spring and again in December.

Lost Barrio, The

On Park Ave. just south of Broadway Blvd.

This unique row of shops offers an extensive inventory of furniture and home accessories, plus garden and landscaping elements. Concentrating on Southwestern and ethnic styles, The Lost Barrio carries antiques, reproductions, imports from around the world, and one-of-a-kind items.

Main Gate Square

On University Blvd. between Park and Euclid Aves.

A pedestrian-friendly shopping and dining destination near The University of Arizona, with more than 50 shops and restaurants, including clothing stores, salons, a bookstore, coffeehouses, pubs, and the Marriott hotel.

Mercado San Agustín

On Congress St. west of I-10

A public market featuring regional eateries, including a Mexican bakery and taqueria, surround a center courtyard, while local artisans and a posh French restaurant anchor the rest of the plaza.

Monterey Court

Southeast corner of MIracle Mile and 14th Ave.

Shop, dine, and enjoy live music along Tucson's historic Miracle Mile. This beautifully repurposed 1940s motor court offers art galleries and retail shops in a courtyard setting, a café with indoor and patio dining, a performance stage, and an artisans/farmers market.

Old Town Artisans

In the historic El Presidio neighborhood, downtown at 201 N. Court Ave.

An impressive amount of handcrafted work by local, regional, and Latin American artists and artisans occupies an entire city block containing a landscaped courtyard and a a coffee bar, cantina, and restaurant.


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La Plaza Shoppes

At 6530–6548 E. Tanque Verde Rd. near Grant Rd.

A diverse mix of shopping opportunities, featuring several restaurants, fine boutiques, a stationery store, art galleries, a home decor shop, and a salon.

Park Place

On Broadway Blvd. between Craycroft and Wilmot Rds.

Approximately 150 fine stores, including Dillard's, Macy's, and Sears, accompany a food court, movie theater, and a full-service restaurant. Shop at other big names, including Coach, Banana Republic, Ann Taylor Loft, White House Black Market, Aveda, Z Gallerie, and Abercrombie & Fitch.

Plaza at Williams Centre, The

Southwest corner of Broadway Blvd. and Craycroft Rd.

In the shadow of Tucson's eastside corporate and financial center, this sophisticated plaza features jewelry, gifts, frames, footwear, bicycles, a coffee shop, a cake boutique, restaurants, and a nightclub.

Trail Dust Town

At 6541 E. Tanque Verde Rd. near Grant Rd.

A replica 19th-century Western street with wooden sidewalks and Wild West stunt shows, a kiddy train, a Ferris wheel and carousel, Museum of the Horse Soldier, and a central plaza with a gazebo. Restaurants include a steakhouse and a café. Specialty stores feature exclusive gifts, including whimsical toys and antiques; period photographs; fine art; home accessories; and gourmet hot sauce, chocolate, and candy.

Ventana Plaza

On Kolb Rd. just south of Sunrise Dr.

Nestled in the shadow of the Santa Catalina Mountains, this sophisticated plaza offers visitors international cuisine, fine jewelry, designer handbags and accessories, and women's fashions, as well as salons, a health club, and an art gallery.


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Casas Adobes Plaza

Southwest corner of Oracle and Ina Rds.

This historic Mediterranean/Territorial-style center features premier home-accessory stores, upscale clothing and shoes, and restaurants, plus gifts and natural foods.

Foothills Mall

Northwest corner of Ina Rd. and La Cholla Blvd.

This mall offers a Saks Fifth Ave. Off 5th outlet plus other manufacturers' outlet stores, Barnes & Noble Booksellers, AMC Loews Foothills Theatres/IMAX Theatre, an international food court, restaurants, and more.

Gallery Row

Northeast corner of Skyline Dr. and Campbell Ave.

This shopping complex, with architecture inspired by the provincial farmhouses of southern Spain, is home to world-class galleries and shops that offer fine art, paintings, and sculpture. A piano gallery, custom-closet design business, and modern American restaurant featuring seasonal menus round out the mix.

Joesler Village

Northwest corner of River Rd. and Campbell Ave.

This contemporary shopping center, set among tasteful courtyards and fountains, features upscale retail shops, including clothing boutiques, jewelry, specialty shops, five stylish restaurants, and more.

La Encantada

Northwest corner of Skyline Dr. and Campbell Ave.

La Encantada features high-end shops, including Tiffany & Co., Bebe, Louis Vuitton, and Williams-Sonoma. Choose from a handful of upscale restaurants while enjoying the open-air environment.

Paloma Village Center

Southeast corner of Skyline Dr. and Campbell Ave. Click here for website

Located in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains, this center features high-end shops and restaurants, including a hair salon, a clothing boutique, an all-suites hotel, and an American craft gallery.

Plaza Colonial

Southwest corner of Skyline Dr. and Campbell Ave.

Reminiscent of the streets of Spanish Colonial Mexico and topped with an Old World-style copper dome, the newest addition to the Foothills includes clothing boutiques, home furnishings, imported rugs, both a "med spa" and a day spa, a gallery, and restaurants.

River Center, The

Northeast corner of River and Craycroft Rds.

A palm-lined courtyard in the shape of the state of Arizona highlights this Foothills center, which features restaurants, Southwestern gifts, jewelry, craft supplies, a florist, and a salon and day spa, as well as a public library branch.

St. Philip's Plaza

Southeast corner of River Rd. and Campbell Ave.

Innovative restaurants and a salon and day spa accompany shops featuring fashions, furnishings, and the arts. The setting is a Spanish Colonial-style outdoor plaza with an all-suites hotel, fountains, tiled courtyards, and lush, colorful landscaping.

Tucson Mall

Northeast corner of Oracle and Wetmore Rds.

Tucson's largest shopping mall features department stores, 200 specialty shops, a play area for kids, and a food court with an international selection.


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Discover Bisbee

478 N. Dart Rd., Bisbee, AZ

The Bisbee Visitor's Center is the place to go for information, historical displays, and a fabulous gift shop.

Óptimo Custom Hatworks

47 Main St., Bisbee, AZ

Elegance, function, and sophistication are at the heart of Óptimo Hatworks' efforts. Here you'll find original and traditional designs, hand-formed and hand-fitted into the finest hat you'll ever own.

RedBone Bisbee Vintage

27 Subway St., Bisbee, AZ

A vintage clothing shop specializing in western and bohemian aesthetics, including cowboy boots, leather jackets, and colorful accessories.


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Arlene's Southwest Trading Company

400 E. Allen St., Tombstone, AZ

Offering an array of Native American-made items from the Four Corners region, the collection at this shop includes Hopi and Navajo kachinas, Navajo rugs, and even Mata Ortiz pottery from Casas Grandes in Northern Mexico.

Tombstone Harley-Davidson

526 E. Allen St., Tombstone, AZ

Back in the day, adventurous types explored the wild west by horseback. Today, they explore by Harley. Tombstone Harley-Davidson is your one-stop shop for everything you need to get on the road. Its Tombstone location means you'll get to experience past and present in the Town Too Tough to Die.

The Shady Lady's Closet

406 E. Allen. St., Tombstone, AZ

The Shady Lady's Closet carries everything from business, western wear, and accessories to Victorian pieces and ladies footwear.

The Branding Iron

503 E. Allen St., Tombstone, AZ

Specializing in quality western apparel, the Branding Iron is a must for aspiring cowboys and cowgirls.


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The Artist's Daughter

33 Tubac Rd., Tubac, AZ

This old fashioned general store is packed to the gills with all manner of southwest memorabilia and accessories. It's not just a store, it's an experience!

Lone Mountain Turquoise Company

11 Tubac Rd., Tubac, AZ

Find the work of more than 3000 artists in this beautiful gallery, specializing in turquoise jewelry, rugs, pottery, paintings, baskets, and sculpture.

Old Presidio Traders

27 Tubac Rd., Tubac, AZ

A family-owned and operated trading post in Tubac, Old Presidio Traders has provided customers with an incredible selection of jewelry, pottery, rugs, and more since 1982. They source their handmade wares from Zuni, Hopi, Santo Domingo Pueblo, Apache, and Tohono O'odham artists, and shoppers are always guaranteed to find beautiful goods, no matter what they're in the market for.

Viola Jo Studio

37 Tubac Rd., Tubac, AZ

A studio in Tubac selling beads and yarn.

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