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Tucson


Arizona

Shopping in Tucson

One way to experience Tucson's unique Southwestern charm is to go boutique hopping at one of the city's Old World-style plazas where many of Tucson's independent, locally-owned shops and galleries are clustered. These one-of-a-kind plazas are known for beautiful architecture, handcrafted details, elaborate courtyards, and intimate cafes that invite leisurely shopping.

Broadway Village
Southwest corner of Broadway Blvd. and Country Club Rd. This Joesler-designed mission-style complex boasts eateries, beauty salons, and a day spa, plus a number of interesting shops, from custom jewelry and children's clothing, to art, fine Mexican Colonial furniture, kitchen wares and rugs.

Casas Adobes Plaza
Southwest corner of Oracle Rd. and Ina Rd. This Territorial-style center is an architectural landmark featuring premier import and interior design stores, as well as shops with local art, jewelry, toys, apparel for the entire family, flowers, plus restaurants and cafes, and a neighborhood natural-foods store.

Kaibab Courtyard Shops,
Northwest corner of Campbell Ave. and Glenn St. This intimate collection of upscale retailers offers more than 50 years of service and knowledge selling collectible Native American Indian arts and crafts, Navajo weavings, Pueblo pottery, Nambe silver, Mexican folk art, Hopi Kachina dolls, Southwestern apparel and fine old Mexican furniture.

Joesler Village,
Northwest corner of River Rd. and Campbell Ave. Named for Josias Joesler (the renowned Swiss-born architect who shaped Tucson's architecture from the 1930s through the 1950s), this collection of shops and restaurants exemplifies the timeless regional architecture that has evolved into a signature Tucson style. Reminiscent of a turn-of-the-century Mexican village, it contains assorted boutiques, galleries, and eateries that reflect the same eclectic elegance.

St. Philip's Plaza,
Southwest corner of River Rd. and Campbell Ave. This plaza featres innovative restaurants, a salon and day spa, and shops featuring fashions, furnishings, and the arts, set in a Joesler-designed Mexican-style plaza with fountains, tiled courtyards, and lush, colorful landscaping. An all-suites hotel is also onsite.

Plaza Palomino,
Southwest corner of Swan Rd. and Ft. Lowell Rd. Enjoy shopping, dining, and relaxing among tiled courtyards and fountains in a hacienda-like setting. Women's apparel, jewelry, galleries, gift shops, specialty foods, and restaurants.

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