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Old Town Artisans
Old Town Artisans

Old Town Artisans

A trip to Tucson Old Town Artisans offers a great opportunity to shop for iconic Southwest handcrafts, like Native American and Mexican pottery, jewelry and textiles. This collection of six shops from local artisans occupies a historic complex of authentic adobe buildings from 1850s. Native American handcrafts are the specialty at La Zia, which sells Navajo rugs and Kachina dolls, while Shelago's Artwerks USA has Southwest inspired pieces from a wide range of artists. And The Gypsy’s Emporium is the perfect spot to treasure hunt for vintage, kitschy gifts and souvenirs. Old Town Artisans is home to restaurant La Cocina, where shoppers grab a bite in the shaded outdoor courtyard.

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201 N Court Ave., Tucson, Arizona, USA, 85701

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Old Town Artisans sits across the street from the Tucson Museum of Art in the historic downtown El Presidio district of Tucson. It’s an easy walk from the main thoroughfare of Congress St., and it’s open daily from 10 a.m.

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