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Attractions & Arts

Amity's Dragonfly Gallery

721 N. 4th Ave.
Art Gallery
This modest commercial building was constructed in 1917.

Ben's Bells - Downtown

40 W. Broadway Blvd.
Art Studio and Gifts
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Built between 1879 and 1888 by Congress Hall Saloon owner Charles O. Brown. Features both traditional Sonoran and Victorian building traditions.

Borderlands Theater

40 W. Broadway Blvd.
Performing Arts
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Built between 1879 and 1888 by Congress Hall Saloon owner Charles O. Brown. Features both traditional Sonoran and Victorian building traditions.

Central Arts Gallery

119 E. Toole Ave.
Gallery
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This 1904 brick building once served as Tucson's first cold storage warehouse.

Children's Museum Tucson

200 S. 6th Ave.
Children's Activities
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Originally served as the Carnegie Library. Designed in the Neoclassical style by architect Henry Trost and constructed between 1900 and 1901.
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Etherton Gallery

135 S. 6th Ave.
Gallery
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Built in 1914 and designed by architect Ely Blount, the building originally served as the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Hall.
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Fox Tucson Theatre

17 W. Congress St.
Cinema/Historic Site
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Completed in 1929 and designed by M. Eugene Durfee.

Rialto Theatre and R Bar

318 E. Congress St.
Concert Hall/Bar/Historic Site
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Constructed in 1919, the theater once featured an elaborately designed interior with plasterwork and decorative Islamic characters.
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Southern Arizona Transportation Museum

Historic Train Depot, 414 N. Toole Ave.
Museum
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Commissioned in 1905 and completed in 1907. After numerous renovations, the 1942 Mission Revival version of the former Southern Pacific Depot was restored in 2001.

Studio 220/Got All Your Marbles?

220 E. Congress St.
Arts & Crafts/Jewelry
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Victorian style commercial architecture built around 1919.

Studio ONE

197 E. Toole Ave.
Performance Center/Art Gallery

The Screening Room

127 E. Congress St.
Theater
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Built in 1905 and remodeled in 1912 and 1936. The 1936 fašade was restored in 2008.

Tucson Historic Train Depot

400 N. Toole Ave.
Historic Landmark
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Commissioned in 1905 and completed in 1907. After numerous renovations, the 1942 Mission Revival version of the former Southern Pacific Depot was restored in 2001.