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The Arts

Performers, makers, artists, musicians and more all find a home here.

Arizona's Oasis of Culture

The Wall Street Journal has referred to Tucson as a "mini mecca for the arts"—a city that supports more quality performing arts groups than some twice its size, plus we have world-class museums, inspiring galleries, an invigorating line-up of festivals and a rich film history. If you'd like to get more hands-on to make your own masterpiece, that's available here as well. Taking in a show by one of music's hottest bands at the Rialto or pursuing the collection at the Center for Creative Photography, you'll certainly find something culturally oriented in Tucson to your liking.

 

 

Museums

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Pima County Sports Hall of Fame

Congress St. District

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Tubac Presidio State Historic Park

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Center for Creative Photography

University of Arizona

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The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures

Central Tucson

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The Franklin Museum™

Rincon Mountains - Eastside

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Jewish History Museum

Tucson Convention Center

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The Southern Arizona Transportation Museum

Congress St. District

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Arizona State Museum

Eastside

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Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)

Congress St. District

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Tohono O'odham Nation Cultural Center & Museum

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Gadsden-Pacific Division Toy Train Operating Museum, Ltd.

Eastside

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Tucson Desert Art Museum

Eastside

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Performing Arts

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Something Something Theatre

Main Gate Square

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Borderlands Theater

Congress Street

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Etherton Gallery

Congress Street

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UA Arizona Repertory Theatre

Main Gate District

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Reveille Men's Chorus

Eastside

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AVA Amphitheater

Westside

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Centennial Hall

Main Gate Square

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The Loft Cinema

Central Tucson

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Art Lounge Productions

Fourth Avenue

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Pima Community College Center for the Arts

Westside

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Breakout Studios

Congress Street

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Galleries & Studios

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Madaras Gallery

Catalina Foothills

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Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery

Central Tucson

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Sonoita Merchants Association (The Villages of Sonoita and Elgin)

Santa Cruz Valley

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Art House Centro

Presidio

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Artful Living Gallery & Studio

Catalina Foothills

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Etherton Gallery

Congress Street

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Davis Dominguez Gallery

Congress Street

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Merci Gallery

Fourth Avenue

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Desert Legacy Galleries, LLC

Southside

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Southern Arizona Arts Guild (SAAG)

Eastside

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DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun

Catalina Foothills

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