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Pima County Courthouse

115 N Church Ave, Tucson, AZ 85701-1199
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They are rebuilding it. Check before you go

There are scaffolds around the dome and the entire building is fenced in. Just check before you go... read more

Reviewed 7 May 2017
KENTGA
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ATLANTA
Renovation ongoing

This was part of the turquoise tour, and unfortunately it appeared there was a lot of work going on... read more

Reviewed 28 October 2016
Beth_sage
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Minneapolis, Minnesota
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  • Excellent35%
  • Very good28%
  • Average23%
  • Poor14%
  • Terrible0%
10 Jul 2016
“Beautiful Southwest Architecture”
7 May 2017
“They are rebuilding it. Check before you go”
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115 N Church Ave, Tucson, AZ 85701-1199
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Reviewed 7 May 2017

There are scaffolds around the dome and the entire building is fenced in. Just check before you go. It is located in an area of older Tucson.

Thank KENTGA
Reviewed 28 October 2016 via mobile

This was part of the turquoise tour, and unfortunately it appeared there was a lot of work going on so we did not go in. It is the most beautiful building we saw in Tucson

Thank Beth_sage
Reviewed 6 October 2016

Amazing architecture in beautiful Tucson, AZ that I love. It's a must see if you have the time. Walk around. The whole area is loaded with beautiful buildings, old and new.

Thank SusieRussell
Reviewed 11 July 2016

Lovely desert colors, shady colonnaded walkway, fantastic tilework, architectural details abound. A very wonderful example of southwest architecture, very picturesque.

Thank HavocDog
Reviewed 11 April 2016

Stopped by to take some pictures of the couple after my friends were hitched in the County Public Service Center. This is a gorgeous building with nice courtyard around and lovely Tucson cacti to enjoy.

Thank Hola_0la
Reviewed 14 April 2015

When asked to describe Downtown Tucson, I first mention this stunning pink Spanish Colonial building with a mosaic dome. The structure has Moorish arches, a courtyard at the rear and is a real standout amid the standard urban architecture. The original presidio's east wall is...More

13  Thank Rumples
Reviewed 7 December 2013

The old courtroom is where Dillinger (1934) & Loughner (2007) were seen. It is unlike any courtroom in the city. You can get a tour- ask security & they can take you to Judge Castillo's courtroom. If you are lucky they can take you up...More

1  Thank Nacho B
Reviewed 4 March 2013

When visiting and walking downtown Tucson, come to see the outside of the historic Pima County Couthouse. It makes nice photos on a beautiful day. There is nothing to see inside really, because the court still operates there (courtroom #8 is still in its original...More

1  Thank Ben0844
Reviewed 5 October 2012

for any marital ceremony through a justice of the peace as it is pima counties justice courthouse.... love it when you are with the one you love

Thank darandster
Reviewed 8 September 2012

I took a walking tour sponsored by the Tuscon Historical Society and this was one of our stops.....a lovely building. Rivals some I've seen in Europe. Would have liked to see inside....but it is a working location.

Thank Arizonagrandma240
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