Downtown Tucson shopping
These are the major shops in the Downtown Tucson area. As redevelopment continues, new stores will be added.
Congress Street is the main shopping strip in the Downtown area, followed by Pennington and Stone Avenues. To easily get around Downtown Tucson without a car, use the free shuttle service.
Major Tucson Downtown Stores
La Tiendita 311 N. Court Ave., 622-1922
Native Tucson gifts, hot sauce, chips, salsa
Old Town Artisans Shops 201 N. Court Ave.
In the El Presidio Historic District is the little city block of Old Town Artisans. The 150-year-old adobe building has seven distinctive shops and galleries which feature traditional and contemporary art and fine craft from hundreds of local and regional artists. You will also find trendy jewelry, clothing and home décor.
Old Town Pot Shop 201 N. Court Ave. 620-1725
Extensive collection of regional handcrafted pottery, glass, home furnishings, metal work, photography, painting and prints.
Tolteca Tlacuilo 201 N. Court Ave., 623-5787
Thousands of items, including imports from the Americas, unique collectibles, masks, rugs.
Tucson Entertainment Venues
E. Congress Street:
Wig-O-Rama, 98 E. Congress St., 882-8003
Sunglasses, earrings, handbags, and a selection of over 2,000 wigs
Music Land 128 E. Congress St., 327-4545
Sheet music, karaoke systems for rent or sale, and sound systems
Chicago Music Store 130 E. Congress St. 622-3341
Buy sell, rent, trade and repair musical instruments. Besides the Downtown Tucson store and east side outlet store, they also have a store in Nogales at 557 N. Grand, Suite B.
Silver Sea and Basement Studios 137 E. Congress St., 624-9954
Jewelry, candles, scents & more
Hydra Leather and More 145 E. Congress St, 791-3711
Eclectic mix of fashions, lingerie, shoes, and accessories for men and women
Crescent Tobacco & News 200 E. Congress St., 622-1559
Magazines, newspapers, tobacco, cigars
Studio 220/Got All Your Marbles 220 E. Congress, 628-1433
Marble jewelry, as well as other fun, creative jewelry and art
Flanagan’s Celtic Corner 222 E. Congress St., 623-9922
Celtic jewelry, pottery, t-shirts, Guinness items, more
Preen 272 E. Congress St., 628-2991
Vintage clothing, alterations, ornamental articles
Hotel Congress 311 East Congress, 622-8848
South Church Avenue:
Indian Village Trading Post 110 S. Church Ave. #4199, 623-1162
Jewelry, clothes and shirts native to Tucson
North Main Street
The Museum Shop
at the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block 140 N. Main, 624-2333
Selection of works by Arizona’s most talented artists and craftspeople. One-of-a-kind handcrafted glass, pottery, textiles, jewelry, and multimedia artworks available
Re-Threads 66 E. Pennington St., 884-5553
Bert’s Classic Tattoo 73 E. Pennington St., 884-5893
South Scott Avenue
Temple of Music and Art Gift Shop 330 S. Scott, 622-2823
Gifts and collectables.
North and South Stone Avenue:
Desert Bloom 27 N. Stone Ave., 792-9882
Jewelry, gifts, home and garden accessories
Perri Jewelers 13 N. Stone Ave., 624-4311
Jewelry and watch repair. In Downtown Tucson since 1945
Plaza News and Gifts 33 N. Stone Ave., Suite 150, 622-8100
Greeting cards, newspapers and gifts
Mary’s Downtown Flowers 100 N. Stone Ave., 882-4477
Flowers, wine, gift baskets and balloons
Second Fiddle Thrift Shop 455 S. Stone Ave., 670-0185
Clothing, accessories, household items and more
South 6th Avenue:
Black Rose Tattoo 47 S. 6th Ave., 388-9091
Tattoos and jewelry
Tucson Children’s Museum Gift Shop 200 S. 6th Ave., 792-9985
Novelties, coloring books, toys for children.
North 6th Avneue:
Gold Return 7 N. 6th Ave., 617-0398
Gold and silver exchange
Miller’s Surplus 406 N. 6th Ave., 622-4777
Army, military, security work clothes, and camping supplies.
15th & 17th Avenues
The Treasure Shop 24 E 15th St., 622-5070
Antiques and collectables
Montano’s Art Gallery 136 W. 17th St., 624-8995
Watercolor, oil paintings of southwestern inspiration
Mahlia Collection 400 N. Toole Ave., 791-2185
Jewelry, furniture, couture, accessories.
Authentic salsa from El Charro Cafe in Tucson, AZ. Contains: crushed tomatoes (tomatoes, salt, citric acid), water, salsa (onions, salt, garlic, white vinegar, canola oil, chiltipin pepper, oregano), tomato puree (water, tomato paste citric acid), citric acid.