If you are looking for cool things to decorate your Tucson Casa,
or looking for something interesting to bring home from a Tucson
visit, then check out this place. The largest Antiques and Collectibles
mall in historic Tucson, Arizona.
An open-air center with more than 50 upscale shops and restaurants
including Adrienne Vittadini, White House Black Market, Bose, Anthropologie,
Sigrid Olsen, Victoria's Secret, Apple, Pottery
Barn, Coach, Lucky Jeans, Bebe Sport, Cole Haan, Ann Taylor, St.
John Sport, Tommy Bahama and Crate & Barrel, Firebird's Rocky
Mountain Grill, and more. Courtyards, spacious patios and majestic
views of the Catalina Foothill Mountains.
More than 200 specialty stores and restaurants.
Featuring six major department stores such as Dillard's, Macy, Sears,
as well as Tucson's only J. Crew, Brookstone, Cache, Club Libby
Lu, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Nine West, Hollister Co. and Thomas Kincaid
Art Gallery. Also, includes restaurants Tony Roma's, Olive Garden,
Marie Callender's, 5 & Diner, and more.
Parra - Metal Sculpture and Ranch Store Center - ORACLE, AZ
This is a must if you are in Oracle, just north of Tucson. Jerry
Parra is an accomplished sculptor of unique and unusual metal artwork.
He puts his wild imagination to good use by creating "larger
than life" sculpture and garden art. His pieces are made from
recycled metal, car and motorcycle parts. Jerry is also keeping
the mining culture alive in the Oracle area by using in his artwork
old scrap metal and tools purchased from the now-closed local copper
Road Gardens - The Santa Cruz Farmers Market
Small scale urban vegetable farm utilizing biodynamic farming methods.
It is on the property of the Tucson Waldorf School’s River
Bend Campus. They offer 50 vegetable shares that may be purchased
in 4 sessions per year, in addition to the Farmer's Market there
on Saturday mornings. Organic eggs are also sold.
Oro Valley Marketplace has amassed a brilliant collection of boutiques,
national retail anchors, unique eateries and traditional restaurants.
Best Buy, Dick's Sporting Goods, Wal-Mart and more.
Vibrant, enclosed regional shopping center tucked in the foothills
of the Santa Catalina Mountains. More than 90 stores, outlets and
value retailers offer the latest designer fashions and brand name
merchandise at incredibly low prices.
at Sam Hughes
If you are headed down to The University of Arizona,
be sure to stop by The Village at Sam Hughes in the Historic Sam
Hughes Neighborhood. Shops include the Rincon Market, Bobb Dobbs
Bar & Grill, Home Decorator Fabrics, The Village Salon, Arizona
Ballet Theatre, Seven Cups Fine Tea, Arizona Flower Shop, Arizona
Bicycle Experts, Karma Day Spa, Antiques & Fine Things, and
Party in a Pinch.
Whether you’re a hard-core shopper or a
people watcher, a mall walker or stroller jockey, a connoisseur,
an entertainment buff or a socialite, you’ve come to the right
place. With 120 stores, 22 restaurants and 20 movie screens, you’ll
have one amazing time.
4th Avenue, near University of Arizona, has many
shops, salons, offices, restaurants and cafes such as Rustic Candle
Company, Ordinary Bike Shop, Quina McCalley Jeweler, Native Seed
Search, and Antigone Books. Old Pueblo Trolley carry riders through
the length of 4th Avenue and beyond. Streetcars have been in operation
there since 1906.
You can buy clothes, shoes and accessories here and sell your clothing
and accessories. Great selection of classic, trendy, in style items,
vintage clothing, office clothes, play clothes, jeans, slacks, kimonos,
Hawaiian shirts, and just about anything you are looking for, for
both men and women. It is fun to look through the store and you
will not see the same thing twice!
A Vacation Guide to Tucson Arizona