Tucson

Much of Tucson's retail activity is focused around malls, but shops with more character and some unique wares can be found in the city's open plazas: Old Town Artisans (Meyer Avenue and Washington Street), St. Philip's Plaza (River Road and Campbell Avenue), Casas Adobes Plaza (Oracle and Ina Roads), and La Encantada (Skyline Drive and Campbell Avenue).

The 4th Avenue neighborhood near the University of Arizona—especially between 2nd and 9th Streets—is fertile ground for unusual items in the artsy boutiques, galleries, and secondhand-clothing stores.

If you're seeking work by regional artists, there are excellent galleries Downtown and in the Catalina Foothills; or you might want to drive down to Tubac, a community 45 miles south of Tucson .

San Xavier Plaza, across from San Xavier Mission and also part of the Tohono O'odham Reservation, is a good place to find vendors and stores selling the work of this and other area tribes.

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  • 1. Abbott Taylor Jewelers

    Eastside | Jewelry & Watches

    In business since the 1970s, Abbott Taylor specializes in creating custom designs in diamonds and other precious stones. ...Read More

  • 2. Beth Friedman

    Foothills | Jewelry & Watches

    For unsurpassed designs in silver and semiprecious stones, visit Beth Friedman's. The store also carries an eclectic selection of ladies' apparel...Read More

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