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Shopping in Tucson
When the going gets tough,
the tough go . . . shopping!
LA ENCANTADA  (North)
Northwest corner of Skyline Dr. and Campbell Ave.
Tucson's newest, with high-end shops, AJ’s Purveyors of Fine Foods, and interesting restaurants.
Gallery Row at El Cortijo (North)
3000 E Skyline Rd. Northeast corner of Skyline Dr. and Campbell Ave.Ave.
In an intimate setting with lovely gardens is a complex of galleries showing regional and national artists working in all media, including Native American, Western and contemporary painting, craft, and jewelry.
JOESLER VILLAGE (North)
Northwest corner of River Rd. and Campbell Ave.
Offers an array of galleries, upscale shops and superior restaurants.  
ST. PHILIP'S PLAZA (North)
Southeast corner of River Rd. and Campbell Ave.
This plaza with fountains, tiled courtyards, and lush, colorful landscaping features innovative restaurants, a salon and day spa, designer apparel, jewelry and fine leather goods shops,  and art galleries.

THE TUCSON MALL (Northwest side of Tucson)
4500 N. Oracle Rd.
The city’s largest shopping mall with more than 200 retail stores, including Dillard's, Macy's, Robinsons-May, JCPenney, Mervyn's, Sears, Ann Taylor, Gap, and Old Navy, plus an extensive food court.
Santa Fe Square & Galleria (Northeast)
7000 E. Tanque Verde Road Pueblo-style architecture and cobblestone walks. Galleries, Native American rugs, shops and restaurants.

FOOTHILLS MALL (Northwest side of Tucson)
7401 N. La Cholla Blvd.
Outlet stores, OFF 5th–Saks Fifth Avenue Outlet, Barnes & Noble, Linens ’N Things and more. Cineplex Odeon Cinemas.

LA PLAZA SHOPPES (Northeast)
6530-6548 E. Tanque Verde Rd.
Eclectic mix of shopping opportunities with restaurants, a salon, fine boutiques, art galleries, and more.

CASAS ADOBES PLAZA (Northwest)
Southwest corner of Ina & Oracle
7001-7153 North Oracle Road.
Old-world charm. More than 20 exclusive stores. Intriguing shops and good food.
TRAIL DUST TOWN (Northeast)
6541 E. Tanque Verde Road
Replica 19th-century Western street with wooden sidewalks, small shops, galleries and the Trail Dust Town Railroad. Specialty stores including jewelry, custom leather, Western attire, and period photgraphs.  The Wild West is still alive and well in Trail Dust Town, home to the Savoy Opera House. You will also find well-known eateries, the Dakota Café and Catering and the informal (no ties allowed!) Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse.

PLAZA PALOMINO (North / Central)
Southeast corner of Swan and Ft. Lowell Rds.
Shopping & Dining, within charming courtyards. Interesting specialty shops and art.
 

PARK PLACE (East / Central Tucson)
5870 E. Broadway Blvd.(Broadway & Wilmot)
Shopping mall over 140 shops featuring a mix of moderate and upscale merchandise.
Anchor stores Dillard's, Macy's, and Sears. Great food court plus the Metro Grill and Bamboo Club restaurants. Multiplex theater.

EL CON MALL (Central Tucson)
On Broadway Blvd. between Country Club Rd. and Alvernon Way.
Mall contains JCPenney, Robinsons-May, Home Depot, Century 20-Plex Theaters and more.
THE PLAZA AT WILLIAMS CENTRE (Central)
Broadway Blvd. near Craycroft Rd.
This sophisticated plaza features imported rugs, furniture and
housewares, elegant-to-casual women's and men's apparel,
eyewear, footwear, eateries. Silverberg & Sons Jewelers is absolutely wonderful!
EL MERCADO SHOPPES (Central)
6302-6372 E. Broadway Blvd.
This intriguing mercado, or market, features restaurants, fine jewelry and boutiques. Maya Palace has unique and high end fashion which they can custom tailor to your form.

CROSSROADS FESTIVAL (Central)
Grant and Swan Rds.
Clothing Shops,Bed & Bath, Party Supplies, Restuarants
and other specialty stores, multi-screen movie theater.

BROADWAY VILLAGE (Central)
Southwest corner of Broadway Blvd. and Country Club Rd.
Charming missionstyle complex with shops and dining.


FT. LOWELL FURNITURE DISTRICT (Central)
 On Ft. Lowell Rd. between Tucson Blvd. and Dodge Blvd. Copenhagen, California Design Center, Contents Interiors, Knock on Wood, Norwalk the Furniture Idea, Total Look Interiors, and Alexander's Fine Furniture.

MAIN GATE SQUARE (University / Central)
Just west of the U of A campus, on University Blvd.
between Park and Euclid Aves. Interesting food and shops, part of the University campus experience.

THE LOST BARRIO (Central / Downtown)
200–244 S. Park Ave.
In an old warehouse district on Park Ave., just south of Broadway Blvd.
Find authentic items to establish an exotic and interesting look. The Lost Barrio shops open up the world for your decorating ideas.  Southwestern, Mexican  and Asian furniture, as well as garden ornaments, fine arts, decorating accent pieces, primitive and tribal artifacts.

FOURTH AVENUE (Between University and Downtown)
Running between Ninth St. and University Blvd. This   9-block historic location is full of art galleries, bookstores, specialty shops and cafes. Trolleys run Friday through Sunday.

OLD TOWN ARTISANS (Downtown)
201 N. Court Avenue,
Old Town Artisans,located in the El Presidio historic district, is a 150-year-old adobe building with shops and galleries featuring handcrafted work by local, regional, and Latin American artists and craftsmen.