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Antiques Shopping in Tucson

Whether it’s English teapots, quilts, glass or period furniture you're after, antiquing in Tucson has its surprises and rewards. With reasonable prices and a wide variety, Tucson's market has some of the best in antique shops and second-hand stores. The main area for Tucson's "antique district” is Grant Rd., between Campbell Ave. and Craycroft Rd. Antique fairs, shows, and auctions take place throughout the year. An antiques guide is available at any of these locations:

American Antique Mall, 3130 E. Grant Rd. Located in the heart of the antiques district, Tucson's largest antique mall was voted "Best of Tucson" for its "100 quality dealers." RV parking is available here.

Antique Center,
5001 E. Speedway Blvd. More than 9,000 square feet of shopping features furniture, primitives and all kinds of fabulous small items, including fine jewelry, glass and silver.

Almost Heaven,
3006 E. Grant Rd. Nine theme rooms bursting with one-of-a-kind crafts and gifts, handmade by craftspeople and artists, locally and nationally and representing a variety of styles can be found here.

Rustic Roost Craft Mall,
7835 E. Broadway Blvd. A distinctive setting for skilled crafters and artisans, featuring some of the area's finest handmade arts, crafts and gifts.

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Source: Metropolitan Tucson CVB,Lorraine DarConte
Last modified: 20050107
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