The 2016 Tucson gem events are now underway.
Two annual Tucson gem show events attract thousands of the world's dealers to Tucson, Arizona in the Fall and Winter.
Shuttles; New Street Car
Several shuttles to take visitors to more than 30 gem show sites will operate during the Winter Tucson Gem Shows throughout the city. Independent shuttles are sponsored by various carriers and shows and would run every 10 to 20 minutes.
The new Tucson Street Car, Sun Link, provides an alternate and convenient way to get around Downtown. Read more about Free Gem Show Shuttles.
2016 Official Tucson Gem & Mineral Shows is held at TCC
The official Winter 2016 Tucson Gem and Mineral Show® will be held at the Tucson Convention Center during January and February 2016. This event is separate from the other shows. At the same time, dozens of other shows are also held throughout Tucson.
New Gem exhibit downtown 2016
A new gem exhibit hall for the 22nd Street Mineral, Gossil and Gem Show is being built near downtown at 22nd Street and Interstate 10. The 150,000 square foot, three story, hall should be open for the 2016 Tucson Gem Shows. The 22nd Street Show is among the largest event held. Eons Expo LLP plans to spend $12 million to construct the gem exhibit hall.
Promote your Gem Show Exhibit Displays
Free Gem Show Listings for vendors in the EMOL.org Tucson Gem Show Calendar. Or, Advertise your show with a display ad. Email listings and Inquiries: [email protected].
Tucson Gem Features
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Discover Tucson's legends and rich mineral history
A new book on the legends and history of the nearby Santa Catalina Mountains, including Tucson's early mining history, has been published. See samples pages from the book Treasures of the Santa Catalina Mountains.
Tucson's long history
Tucson pioneers, the establishment of schools, newspapers, churches, business and the lives of local Tucsonans in the 1800's. Free reprints, downloads, old photos on Tucson's history archives.
The history and legends of mining for gold in the "Treasures of the Santa Catalina Mountains." Read sample sections, photos and videos about the msyeries and minerals near Tucson.
The Santa Catalina mountains has been experiencing a gold rush for hundreds of years. Explore the historical records that account for some of the gold extracted during Arizona's Gold Rush.
Cody Stone from the Santa Catalinas
Cody Stone is uniquely formed gold and silver embedded in quartz, naturally created in the nearby Santa Catalina mountains. Cody Stone is exclusively mined by Flint Carter, a seasoned 40-year Tucson prospector. For more information, call Flint at 520-289-4566.
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