115 N Church Ave
Tucson, AZ 85701
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About the Courthouse
The Pima County Historic Courthouse is among Tucson’s most beloved landmarks. Designed by architect Roy Place, this iconic Spanish Colonial Revival-styled structure was built in 1929 and remained in service for an 86-year span during which time it served as the backdrop for numerous wedding proceedings and became home to several County departments.
Currently, it’s headquarters for Pima County Attractions & Tourism, Pima County Administration, Visit Tucson, the Southern Arizona Heritage and Visitor Center and the University of Arizona Alfie Norville Gem and Mineral Museum.
In 1978, this building obtained its “Historic” designation from the National Register of Historic Places. It was dubbed the “most outstanding Spanish Colonial Revival building in Arizona” with its “elegant blue-tiled dome” recorded as the most prominent feature. Rightfully so, as this iconic mosaic dome has become one of the most recognized structures in the region, including the official Pima County logo.
Learn more on the Visit Southern Arizona website →