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Explore Shops, Restaurants & fun Things to Do in Downtown Tucson

With its unique blend of history, sophistication, and creative energy, downtown Tucson offers visitors everything from high culture to family fun. Enjoy world-class performances at the Arizona Opera and the Tucson Symphony or rock out at music venues like The Rialto and Club Congress. Wander the city's thriving Arts District to find unique galleries or immerse yourself in history at countless landmarks and interesting museums. Enjoy an unmatched shopping experience at vintage boutiques or dine at hot spots on Tucson's Restaurant Row. From nightlife and art galleries to rides on the Sun Link Streetcar and events like Carnival and Festival en el Barrio Viejo, you'll find it all in downtown Tucson just ten minutes from our historic hotel.
 

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Events

  • 2nd Saturdays Downtown
  • Parade Of Lights
  • Summer In The City
 
 

Activities

  • Museums
  • Restaurants
  • Cultural Arts
  • Shopping
  • Historic Landmarks
  • Nightlife
 

FAQs

  • Are There Any Bike Paths In Downtown Tucson?

    Yes, bicyclists of all ages and abilities will find plenty of choices when it comes to biking in downtown Tucson. Ride along the scenic Rialto River path, travel through quiet neighborhoods on Third Street, visit the University of Arizona on Mountain Avenue, or bike on Fourth Street. The Santa Cruz River Path and the Pantano River Path are also nice, car-free bikeways.
  • What Kind Of Shops Are In Dowtown Tucson?

    With an abundance of retailers and pedestrian-friendly shopping districts, you'll find no end to the shopping in downtown Tucson. Fourth Avenue is an especially popular destination for shopping, but you'll discover plenty of great finds in the Lost Barrio, the Campbell Avenue District, and Main Gate Square, too. Fill your bags with everything from local jewelry and upscale fashion to funky gifts and vintage clothing at shops in downtown Tucson.
 

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