Located in the downtown arts district, this non-profit organization serves as a venue for multicultural events, not just for ... More
El Centro Cultural de las Americas
Located in the downtown arts district, this non-profit organization serves as a venue for multicultural events, not just for Latin America, but the entire world community that is represented in Tucson. As the Latino people are the largest minority in the city, it is not surprising that the focus is on art that originated south of the border. There is a wide variety of media represented here, woodworks and bronzes, as well as paintings and photography.
Stay in the historic Victorian Adobe which was voted Best Bed and Breakfast by The Tucson Weekly. Built in 1870
and completely refurbished in 1980, this pueblo is charming. Stroll through the courtyards and lush gardens and enjoy the ...
Right here, just a few blocks north of downtown Tucson, is where the world famous International Mariachi America performs, Wednesday
through Sunday, free of charge. It's actually Tucson's only supper club featuring, of course, Mexican dishes to go with ...
A recent addition to the lifestyle in the beautiful Santa Catalina Foothills, this is essentially an upscale art shopping mall
with a unique architectural design, rivaling the chic galleries of Scottsdale. Some of the finest galleries in Southern Arizona ...