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Best Shopping Centers in Tucson

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The Tucson shopping scene offers a beautiful blend of shopping options, that attend to all budgets and predilection. If you're a vintage hunter, you'll enjoy shopping in the vibrant Fourth Avenue Shopping District. For elite shopping experience, head to the City's swanky foothills district. Or perhaps, you will not want to miss the City's largest mall - the Tucson Mall, where you can find that perfect memento from your Tucson sojourn. Listed below are some of Tucson's top shopping destinations you must include in your travel itinerary.

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Tucson Mall

The Tucson Mall is a two storey shopping haven, that is the largest of its kind in Tucson. The mall is anchored by numerous specialty stores, such as Macy's, JC Penney's and Sear's, Dillard's, Forever 21, Banana Republic, American Eagle Outfitters and BevMo to name a few. Stop by the Tubac Olive Oil Company store to pick up some really good locally made olive oil and other items. After feeding your retail appetite, sit yourself down in one of its numerous eateries - The Cheesecake Factory, the California Pizza Kitchen, Mimi's Cafe, Shane's Rib Shack and Red Robin.

Address: 4500 N Oracle Road, Tucson, Arizona 85705
Phone: 520-293-7330
www.tucsonmall.com

4th Avenue

The Fourth Avenue is Tucson's premier shopping hub, that is home to more than 100 miscellaneous shops - boutiques, bookstores, art galleries, sundry shops, and more. The venue is especially famous for its beautiful vintage collections and also the charming funky fashion stores are quite enticing. Cafes and restaurants are aplenty along the street, to enjoy a quick bite.

Address: 434 E. 9th Street, Tucson, Arizona
Phone: (520) 624-5004
www.fourthavenue.org

The Grey House Antiques

When it comes to antique collections, nothing can beat the Grey House Antiques store. The well stocked store's perfectly arranged showrooms and laid back vibe are just perfect to let you enjoy a leisurely browsing of the amazing vintage collections. From mid-century modern desks to authentic Navajo art, to antique Italian paintings - Venture into an exciting treasure hunt expedition here.

Address: 3067 N Campbell Avenue, Tucson, Arizona
Phone: (520) 325-0400

Foothills Mall

The Foothills Mall features over 90 upscale retailers, for you to indulge in serious shopping or simply window shopping. Some of the mall's notable outlet store, include Barnes & Noble, Bath & Body Works, Aeropostale, Chic, Dress Barn and Dress Barn Outlet, The Children's Place Outlet, Kirland's Home and lots more. To accentuate Your Foothills mall shopping expedition, the venue offers AMC and IMAX movie theaters to catch up on the latest releash.

Address: 7401 N La Cholla Blvd, Tucson, Arizona 85741
Phone: 520-219-0650

Mercado San Agustin

For an alfresco shopping experience, head to Mercado San Agustin marketplace. This is the spot to get the true taste of Tucson. From traditional Mexican goods to unique southwestern momentos, this is a place to hunt for local specialties. Shopping aside, the venue hosts several fun events, food festivals, art shows and live music.

Address: 100 S Avenida del Convento, Tucson, Arizona
Phone: (520) 461-1110

Old Town Artisans

Away from the glitz and glamor of the modern shopping mall, there is Old Town Artisans, nestled in the historic regions of downtown Tucson. You will find peculiar items brought to you from the lands of Latin America, Southwestern US and Mexico. While in the vicinity, make sure to stop by La Cocino - the City's premier American and Mexican cuisine restaurant.

Address: 186 N Court Avenue, Tucson, Arizona 85701
Phone: 520-623-6024
www.oldtownartisans.com

La Encantada

Elite shopping, fine dining, fun loaded events, live music, and fitness activity are what you can expect in La Encantada. The district is clustered by numerous upscale shops, including Louis Vuitton, Anthropologie, J. Crew, Cole Haan, Brooks Brothers, St. John, Lucy and Bluemercury. Also, dine in style in one of its top notch restaurants after the shopping spree.

Address: 2905 E Skyline Drive, Tucson, Arizona 85718
Phone: 520-299-3556
www.laencantadashoppingcenter.com

Lost Barrio

If browsing around big shopping centers does not interest you that much, stop by 'The Lost Barrior' - a small and vibrant shopping district. This venue is perfect to hunt for specific items of the likes of, fine custom made and imported furniture, vintage apparels, fine jewelry, accessories, rugs and many more unique items.

Address: 200 S. Park Avenue, Tucson, Arizona
Phone: 520.461.1341
www.lostbarriotucson.com

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