De Grazia Gallery in the Sun


Located one mile north of Sunrise Drive at 6300 N. Swan Road in Tucson. The unique adobe building was designed and built by the late Tucson artist, Ted De Grazia, widely known for his popular pictures of angels and Indian children. The gallery houses many of his original paintings, bronzes, and ceramics. Next to the gallery is the Mission in the Sun, an open-air chapel De Grazia built and decorated with frescoes. The gallery includes a shop where reproductions, books and prints are sold. No admission fee.

Tucson Museum of Art & Historic Block


Located in downtown Tucson at the corner of Main Ave. and Alameda St. TMA features displays of its fine collections as well as traveling exhibitions. The museum and its Historic Block are situated on the site of Tucson’s Spanish Presidio, established in 1775. Featured on the block are five distinctive homes built between 1850 and 1907. Visit the Museum Shop and the Library and enjoy luncheons at Café a la C’Art, 628-8533, Mon-Fri and first Sunday only. Admission fee Tues-Sun, except free on first Sunday of each month.