• Tucson Shopping Centers

     

    Campbell Avenue District A diverse and vibrant array of award-winning shops, dining, entertainment, and services nestled along Campbell Avenue between Grant and Ft. Lowell. Campbell Ave. is Tucson at its best!
    Casas Adobes Plaza Old World–lifestyle plaza. Upscale fashion, jewelry, home and gift boutiques, luxurious spas, art galleries, personal services. Award-winning restaurants in architecturally charming environment reflective of Tucson.
    Cat Mountain Station A unique and beautifully restored 1950’s artisan center surrounded by desert countryside, located at the entrance to Tucson Mountain Park-West, just down the road from the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and Old Tucson Studios. Cat Mountain Station offers four unique stores full of original artwork, southwestern arts and crafts, gifts, beads, antiques and collectibles, and a fine selection of vintage and custom jewelry. Stay at Cat Mountain Lodge bed & breakfast next door and enjoy a healthy meal at the acclaimed Coyote Pause Café. A perfect weekend getaway where you will want to come back again and again. Open year-round.
    Downtown Tucson Downtown Tucson offers an exciting mix of shopping, galleries, dining, and performing arts opportunities all within convenient walking distance of the Tucson Convention Center.
    Foothills Mall Features exciting array of famous manufacturers' outlet stores, specialty boutiques, 15-screen Cineplex Theater, food court, great restaurants, and entertainment. Name brands, great savings
    Fourth Avenue Historic shopping district featuring tree-lined sidewalks with over 100 shops, restaurants, and pubs. Historic trolley runs Fri. evening, Sat., and Sun. afternoons. Home of Tucson's largest street fair
    La Encantada La Encantada is an upscale two-level, outdoor specialty center that celebrates the splendor of old-world Spanish traditions alongside modern sophistication. The first and only luxury shopping center in Southern Arizona, La Encantada delivers world-class upscale brands to Tucson, including Brooks Brothers, St. John, Louis Vuitton, Tommy Bahama, Bose, Anthropologie, Cole Haan, Apple, Tiffany & Co., and Crate & Barrel.
    Main Gate Square Pedestrian-friendly shopping and dining destination with 52 unique merchants, outdoor plazas, and restaurant patios located near University of Arizona, downtown, and historic neighborhoods. Enjoy live music, First Thursday Art Walks, wine tastings, and special events on campus or off. Choose from a variety of American & international cuisine including Afghan, Thai, Irish, Vietnamese, French, Indian, Sushi, Asian, and Mediterranean. Stores include Ed Hardy, American Apparel, Pitaya, Grand Central Clothing, Landmark Clothing & Shoes, Urban Outfitters, Blue Monkey Trading (Life is Good Store)
    Park Place Dillards, Macy's Sears, and 150 specialty shops. Park Place offers casual dining at five restaurants including The Bamboo Club and Red Lobster plus the Food Court. Find the latest fashions at Coldwater Creek, Abercrombie & Fitch, Banana Republic, and more. Catch a movie at Century 20 Theaters and let the children play in the Tucson Medical Center Play Area.
    Tucson Mall Tucson's largest shopping center. Dillards, JC Penney, Macy's, Sears and 200 specialty shops. Includes: Sephora, Banana Republic, Hollister Co., Torrid, Aldo, Build A Bear. Exciting new restaurants and retailers coming to Tucson Mall in the future include The Cheesecake Factory and REI.
 

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