This category is intended for the listing of sites pertaining specifically to the Armory Park Historic District.Tucson's first historic district, which includes the Temple of Music and Art, the Tucson Children's Museum, and the Tucson Center for the Performing Arts. It extends from 12th Street to 19th Street, and from Stone Avenue to 2nd Avenue.
This category is intended for the listing of sites pertaining specifically to Barrio Historico (Barrio Viejo).This neighborhood was established as Tucson spread south from the original Presidio settlement. It was originally a self-contained "city within a city", and is known for its Sonoran architecture built from local materials. It extends from Cushing Street to 18th Street, and from the railroad tracks to Stone Avenue. Also called Barrio Viejo.
This category is intended for the listing of sites pertaining specifically to the El Presidio Historic District.This was the site of Tucson's original settlement in 1775. Along with historic buildings and local artisans, it also includes the Tucson Museum of Art. It extends from Alameda Street to 6th Street, and from Granada Avenue to Church Avenue.
This category is intended for the listing of sites pertaining specifically to the Sam Hughes Historic District.An official national historic district, with its boundaries at Speedway to Broadway and Campbell to Country Club. It is noted for its many fine old homes.
This category is intended for the listing of sites pertaining specifically to Winterhaven, but NOT including real estate sites. They should be submitted to the proper sub-category of Business and Economy.This unique "near historic" neighborhood offers a park-like setting for spacious California-style ranch houses, and is famous for its annual "Festival of Lights", reported to be the oldest neighborhood-wide Christmas display in the country. It extends from Tucson Blvd. to Country Club, and from Ft. Lowell Road to Prince.