1560 West Grant Road
Tucson, AZ 85745
Phone: (520) 547-1755
Fax: (520) 547-1754
Here's Tucson largest assembly of Western wear, a store you do not want to miss if you're looking to find hats, boots and apparel for you and your family. This place will even have the right size Western-style outfit for your baby boy or girl. Dressing up has never been so easy. Come here to get all of your western ensemble needs.
The owners travel around the world collecting beads and that's what this unique store is about: Four showrooms containing boxes filled with beads from Japan, Germany, Austria, Venice, Peru and generally all parts of the world that produce this kind of jewelry. You pick the beads you like, and if you don't know much about bead work, the staff can teach you all you need to know about bead stringing and jewelry making in general. Ask for the class schedule. The store also offers custom silver design and jewelry repair.
Audubon Nature Shop is a must stop for nature lovers and dedicated bird watchers during any stay in Tucson! The enthusiastic, friendly volunteers here will tell you all about the 450 species of birds traveling through the area every year. (And it's not just cactus wrens, buzzards and vultures!) The staff will also point you to the best bird-watching areas and provide you with a multitude of books and maps to safely guide you there. Or, sign up for one of the guided field trips. The staff is happy to ship materials anywhere in the U.S.
Mercado San Agustin is located in the burgeoning Menlo Park neighborhood in downtown Tucson. This recently built structure houses about a dozen different shops and restaurants, all of them very unique and cool. For a unique handmade gift visit MAST, for some wine and cheese visit Blu, and for quality skin care products visit Estudio Piel. If you are hungry, head to La Estrella Bakery for some tasty baked goods.
If you feel that you don't need to pay top dollars for new golf equipment, or if you intend to sell some sporting goods that are in good condition, this is the place for you. The store will give you cash for your used equipment, and lets you apply that money towards any purchase. This is a big shop with a huge variety of merchandise, new and used, carrying hockey gear, treadmills, snowboards and, indispensably for Tucson, golfing equipment. New items are sold at discount prices. Trade-ins are available, and some merchandise is sold on consignment.
Located in downtown Tucson, just across from the Outback, Zee's offers just about everything the Southwest and the rest of the world have to offer in rocks, artifacts and minerals. It's a large space filled with fossils, Asian stone sculptures, wood carvings, meteorites, and gold and silver jewelry. If you can't be here for the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show, check out this business instead to get an idea of what it's like.
Old Town Artisans is a place not to be missed when sightseeing in downtown Tucson. The old adobe structure in the historic Presidio district invites visitors to explore its shops, galleries and restaurants, or to just sit and relax in the wonderful courtyard shaded by palm trees. It's a kind of art shopping center catering to tourists eagerly looking for souvenirs from the Southwest. In fact, it offers everything from Navajo rugs to dried prickly pear jam.
As one of the finest collections of jewelry and apparel in Tucson, Beth Friedman has been selling quality products. Many of her best clients are folks from out of town. She works with several Southwest Native American silversmiths and artisans to create beautiful, one-of-a-kind jewelry and clothing.
This unique and fascinating store offers travel maps to help you find anything, anywhere, no matter where you will be driving or hiking. There are detailed maps of Tucson and Southwest points of interest, topographical maps of the United States and Mexico, Forest Service maps, street atlases, globes, travel guides, compasses and Global Positioning Systems to help you navigate on your hike. And yes, there are flags from every state and nations from all over the globe.
If you are searching for the latest trends in women's clothing and accessories, look no further than ZOË Boutique. But don't think that the latest trends are just for supermodels and the rich. ZOË Boutique is dedicated to finding clothing that fits all different body types and budgets, all while looking super-stylish. They also offer a selection of one-of-a-kind accessories, including jewelry like earrings and bracelets and purses.
Located in an old warehouse neighborhood just south of Broadway between Euclid and Campbell is an area affectionately known as the Lost Barrio. The barrio contains a row of importers and manufacturers of custom furnishings inside its old brick and adobe walls. The shops offer southwestern antiques as well as imports of decorative items from faraway places. This is a definite stop for the lover of ethnic and exotic styles. All stores here accept major credit cards.
This place fits right into its funky Fourth Street environment as a small store with a large selection of post-hippie clothing for both adults and children, as well as a selection of textiles and linens. By the owners' definition, "vintage" includes a wide range from Nehru jackets to Victorian dresses. So, if you're in need of a flapper dress during your Tucson vacation, this is where to come. There are also hats, ties and other accessories.