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- Sonora Desert Museum is so much more than a museum! It's a botanical garden, aquarium, zoo, enrichment center and gallery! It's got big animals, fish, rodents, reptiles and birds! The plant life is extraordinary and it's all labeled throughout so you can learn more about native plants without guessing! It's a complete program from start to finish and we thoroughly enjoyed every minute of every hour we spent there! We took the opportunity to participate in the Avian Experience with an amazing team and two stunningly gorgeous owls! I highly recommend spending a day in Tucson at this amazing discovery!Written November 27, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I had no expectation before arriving here. I found a fascinating museum of the works of an artist who worked in multiple media. Laid out in many rooms; a nice walking tour. There is also a chapel built by the artist on the site as are the graves of he and his wife.Written October 7, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The Gallery is a "must" visit for anyone interested in SW art, pottery, jewelry, baskets and more. In fact, gallery doesn't even do it justice. It's really a museum given the Maynard Dixon collection and Ed Mell exhibits. Mark really values his customers and gives of his time and knowledge freely. He always answers my questions promptly. I subscribe to his weekly email for estate sales. He showcases only the finest quality treasures for sale. His podcasts are educational, fun and a great way to "meet the artist." I highly recommend a visit to the Gallery.Written November 20, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I met Terry the day he opened his gallery in the 1980s. I was a regular visitor when I was living in Arizona and continue to visit whenever I have the opportunity. The exhibitions, lectures, and the events they produce are all top-notch. Terry and his entire staff are extremely knowledgeable and helpful. While the gallery’s specialty is photographic art, no matter what type of art you enjoy, I am certain that the Etherton Gallery will have something that will pique your interest. The depth and breadth of the entire staff’s knowledge is beyond compare. If you are in the Tucson are and don’t stop by, you will be doing yourself a disservice. It’s always worth the visit in my opinion. Trust me, you won’t be disappointed. I always look forward to returning whenever I have the opportunity.Written November 26, 2023
- Wonderful gallery celebrating over 40 years representing internationally recognized glass artists. Very helpful gallerist who really knows glass. Purchases shipped worldwide. Highly recommend.Written January 30, 2023
- I accompanied a friend who is a textile artist because we wanted to see the Navaho weaving work. This is a nice, small museum in a suburban setting. Well-laid out galleries of Navaho weaving, scenes from the internment of Japanese-Americans during WW II, local artists, indigenous American jewelry. Nice to visit, but not a place I'd put on my "A List" of places to go in Tucson.Written October 7, 2023
- We visited the HF Coors factory several years ago when visiting our daughter (& future son-in-law) in Tucson AZ.
We have purchased several items from them in the past and this Christmas we elected to purchase the chile-shaped salsa & serving bowls for our entertainment uses.
So happy we did and the bowls are a nice size with a lot of utilitarian thought (sturdy, spoons rest neatly in them & there is a ‘spout’) along with southwestern design (which reminds us of our travels.
Visit the factory if you can and consider purchasing your culinary dinner & serving wares from HF Coors.
Here’s a pic -Written December 23, 2022
- this place threw Sandre and me for a spin, thats for sure!! DID NOT KNOW ABOUT THIS!!!! A secret spot in thr tuscon hills up north by the desert theres a shopping mall we went to in the kornihg. nothing was ipen so it must be branf new but there was a beautiful fountain downstaurs under some lime trees (fresh limes!!) and on the fountain murrel rhere was a little lizard and wouldnt uou know it but it was wearing this blue and turcoise necklace... the SAME O N E Sandre has it at home from our trip to sedona!!!! what are the odds!! I brought her over ehen i saw it and when she looked ip
frol her phone you shouldve seen her face!!! she laughed snf she said well i guess you think im a lizard huh? We laughed a lot about it and we havent lsughed like that in a long time. this place wws very secluded (little to no foot traffic) and it made for a very very romantic morningWritten July 21, 2023
- First of all I want to say that I am not a big fan of huge malls. I do live in the state that has the largest one in the USA, known as MOA. Sometimes, I do have to go to one as when we were visiting Tucson in March 2022. My wife wanted to buy some clothes and she wanted to go to J.C. Penney's. We found out that Penneys has closed almost half of their stores around the country after we went to one in Tucson that was closed and empty. Looking online, we found out that the Tucson Mall has the only one open in Tucson. This is a very large mall with so many stores and it was not crowded at all. One of the problems during this pandemic is a shortage of workers to work in these stores, so it can be difficult to get any help or find more than one cashier.Written March 20, 2022
- The gallery always has beautiful artwork and other items. Staff is always friendly and helpful. You just can't leave without buying something.Written November 7, 2023
- Went to the Premium Outlets to get some shoes, clothes, and Dairy Queen. Plenty of choices for both shoes and clothes. Only problem is that they have had construction going for over a year on one side, fixing foundation, so one side of sidewalks are closed. A little inconvenient for me since most places I shop are on that side.Written February 10, 2020
- An upscale yet casual courtyard of small business with several options to eat, drink and shop. Sometimes there is live entertainment on weekends. Eat inside or out. A bit of a hidden gem for Tucsons south side of town.
VictorBWritten August 27, 2023
- I was surprised how many people were in this mall. Most malls around the country are pretty empty - but their one was bustling. We went here with all of my sisters and husbands so each of us could choose what we wanted for dinner. Food was good and there was a large TV in that s area to watch March Madness.Written March 18, 2023
- Went for dinner and a concert. Both were excellent. Great service from our server. Concert very good - small venue, so very personal encounter.Written July 9, 2018
- Jane Hamilton Fine Art is a treasure trove of art created in many styles. The unifying thread of this varied group is the high quality, boundless imagination, and technical skills represented. During my recent visit, I was delighted to spend time with Jane and learn more about the individual artists and their works. Jane has a natural way of making visitors feel welcome and easily shares her depth of knowledge about art of the Southwest and beyond. I look forward to my next visit to Tucson and to Jane Hamilton Fine Art!Written September 28, 2022
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