Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase
Winter Showcase: January 29-February 13, 2022
Fall Show Dates: September 3-12, 2021
Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase: Travel the Globe Without Leaving Town
When you visit the Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase, you’ll feel like you’ve traveled the globe, ventured back in time, and shopped a world’s fair of treasures – all in one place. Bring a sense of adventure to this crossroads of cultures and languages. Explore exhibits filled with dozens and in some cases hundreds of vendors selling things ancient and modern that sparkle and shine for every budget and taste. You'll see why the "Gem Show" is one of the most anticipated winter events in Tucson.
Plan your Tucson treasure hunt with the resources here, or check out the Official Tucson Gem Show Guide mobile website. You'll find expanded show listings, maps, parking, and transportation information that includes shuttle and streetcar routes, and downtown-area dining and entertainment options.
Be sure to visit Tucson’s newest gem: The UArizona Alfie Norville Gem and Mineral Museum. For show updates, follow @TucsonGems on Twitter, telephone 1-800-638-8350, or email info@VisitTucson.org.
Many hotel rooms for this super popular event fill up months in advance:
Listings subject to change due to COVID 19. Before making plans, please verify the details with the show(s) directly. Listing information is as of:
View Jan-Feb Show Listings
Show Dates: January 29-February 13, 2022
View Sept Show Listings
Show Dates: Sept 3 - 12, 2021
Gem Show Resources
Show & Dealer Info
FAQs, rules & regulations for businesses
Gem Show FAQs
Answers to frequently asked questions from visitors
Fall Show Dates: September 2-12, 2021
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