Tucson Museum of Art & Historic Block

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140 N. Main Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85701

The Tucson Museum of Art main building was constructed in 1974, but the larger complex contains several 19th-century adobe houses and the 1908 Mission Revival-style J. Knox Corbett House. The Fish-Stevens House is used for museum gallery space, while La Casa Cordova—believed to be the oldest structure in Downtown—is home to several historical exhibits. The 1868 Romero House is a “transformed Sonoran row house”, and it may contain portions of the original Presidio wall. The Tucson Museum of Art provides tours.

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