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This place has a bit of everything: antiques, handicrafts, records, clothing, food, tee-shirts, primitive art, pottery, etc. It seems to be in one big interconnected old building, where you move from room to room and shop to shop. There is a cantina/coffeehouse in the middle...更多
We had not been here for over five years, and things have changed. Before, there was so much Southwestern Art by local artists here. I don't know where all that went. We used to marvel at the pottery, the paintings and the weavings. Now, it...更多
Looks small till you realize all the shops are connected. There's even a good pub, cantina, and small kitchen that serves all the tables in the court yard. Worth visiting just for the record shop or the art that is practically everywhere. Use Google maps...更多
The "Published" address for this attraction is 201 North Court Ave. It's located just down the block form the original E Charro restaurant. Very interesting galleries, shops etc. What is such a standout is the history of the buildings. Original adobe wall from the 1800's,...更多
This is a commercial establishment with museum quality arts and crafts. We were amazed by the unique crafts available from clothing to rock art, native crafts, jeweliry and much more. A pleasant way to spend an hour or so in an interesting district of downtown...更多
Shelago's Artwerks Gallery can be found in the Old Town Artisans Complex. Jim Shelago, silversmith, handcrafts all of his jewelry. His knowledge and passion for stone make him an excellent resource for valuable straight-forward information.
What a surprise where we didn't expect to find one. Not easy to find, but the shopping is awesome if you're looking for one of a kind items. And it includes an awesome restaurant, as well.
Loved this artisan mall! It is next to Tucson Art Museum which was a wonderful experience as well. There are several shops within this mall. All are connected, but they are open different hours so be aware. We wanted to buy a piece of pottery,...更多