Downtown Holiday Gift Guide

Find unique one-of-a-kind gifts at these small businesses. Scroll through our Holiday Gift Guide to find that special gift to mark off your list.

 


Art House Centro, 186 N. Meyer Ave.

Art House Centro is a maze of 11 rooms of art in a historic building close to the Presidio in Downtown Tucson. This hidden gem inside Old Town Artisans features over 100 local artists and makers, perfect for that unique gift someone can cherish forever.

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Campfire Cycling, 15 E. Toole Ave.

Campfire Cycling provides the specialty gear, knowledge and inspiration to thrive on you or your loved one's next bike adventure. There are so many ways to get your bikepacking groove on these days. They're here to help you make choices amongst all the options with bikes, gear, accessories and more.

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Chic Boutique and Spa, 25 E. Congress St.

Chic Boutique and Spa is a Country Meets City Boutique offering Chic Clothing, Western Boots and Accessories. Chic also has a full-service Salon and Spa. Services offered are Botox, Fillers, Hair, Nails, Facials, Waxing, Microblading, Eyelash Extensions and more.

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Chicago Music Store

Chicago Music Store has been a Tucson favorite for nearly a hundred years! Give the gift of music with guitars, keyboards, folk instruments, amps, effects, PA gear, strings, brass, woodwinds, and everything in between.

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Children's Museum Tucson Gift Stop, 200 S. 6th Ave.

The Gift Stop inside the Children's Museum Tucson has some really fun and unique gifts for kids. Plus Museum Membership is a great gift to experience play-based learning all year long with no admission fee! Check out their Black Friday Sale.

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Desert Rose Collective, 135 S. 5th Ave.

DRC is a small Tucson business that specializes in low waste and natural home and body products. They offer bulk refills on items such as laundry detergent or shampoo, replacement items like "un-paper" towels and bamboo toothbrushes, and many other products like lotions, soaps and more!

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El Be Goods, 245 E. Congress St.

El Be Goods is a women-owned/ran contemporary boutique (two sisters) that is comprised of apparel, accessories/shoes, gifts & novelty items, as well as a rotating art gallery. They also have an amazing online store to save you the window-shopping trip.

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Elle Boutique, 130 E. Congress St.

Elle Boutique collaborates with Arizona local artists, makers & small business owners, offering a great selection of gift items and unique treasures. They're located right inside "The L Offices" at Congress & 6th Ave., above the former Chicago Music Store.

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English Salon Spa, 27 N. Scott Ave.

English Salon Spa's exclusive English Rose skincare line features handmade products for every step of your self-care routine. Made with locally sourced florals and ingredients, English Rose is not only gentle on the skin, but the environment as well.

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Kaelen Harwell Organic Day Spa, 30 S. 5th Ave.

KH Day Spa offers non-toxic skin & body care, massage, facials, manicure, pedicures & advanced modalities including, micro-current, radio frequency and derma-facials. They also have a retail area with many filled with organic products and other sundries.

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Krikawa Jewelry Designs, 21 E. Congress St.

Custom-made artistic wedding and engagement rings. Handmade in Arizona, shipping internationally.

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La Zia Native Arts, 100 N. Meyer Ave.

Beautiful local Southwest Native American merchandise, handmade for you to take home or as gifts. View their collection of Navajo rugs and Sand Paintings, Kachina Dolls, and traditional handmade Pueblo Pottery including Acoma, Jemez and Santo Domingo.

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Old Paint Records, 201 N. Court Ave. 

This is a fun little record shop, located in Old Town Artisans, in Tucson's beautiful and historic Presidio. Operated by rock and roller music nerds and archivists, MissLana Rebel and Kevin Mayfield. A power-packed and curated selection of new and used vinyl, books, t-shirts, local art and gifts.

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Pearly Baker Fermentables, 64 E. Broadway Blvd.

Pearly Baker is a corner-store collection of the world’s most honest expressions of grape fermentation. Give the gift of a great bottle of wine! Most of their wines are considered natural -- that is organically farmed, wild yeast fermented, low sulphured, unfiltered, or all of the above.

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Perri Jewelers, 1 E. Congress St.

"Tucson's Jeweler for Generations," the Perri family has been a part of Downtown Tucson since 1945. Their shop is small but their pledge to quality merchandise and expert watch and jewelry repair is unsurpassed.

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Presidio Museum Gift Shop, 196 N. Court Ave

The Presidio Museum offers a variety of products related to Tucson, its history and culture. More items have been added for the holidays. Products include local books, kitchen, bath and food items and much more.

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SAHAVC Gift Shop | The Loop Store, 115 N. Church Ave.

Located inside the Southern Arizona Heritage and Visitor Center at the Pima County Historic Courthouse, the Gift Shop and Loop Store features regionally-themed souvenirs and books, and the Chuck Huckelberry Loop bike memorabilia and cycling jerseys.

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TMA Museum Store, 140 N. Main Ave.

Tucson Museum of Art is home to more than just a world-class collection of fine arts, it's Museum Store sells select merchandise from art & decor, housewares, toys & fun and so much more. Select merchandise is available for viewing and purchase online.

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