The Corner Store

Located near Big Jake’s BBQ, features:

  • Western wear
  • Native American jewelry
  • Handmade crafts by local artisans
  • Children’s items
  • Delicious desert-made snacks

The Old Time Photo Shop

Located near the Mission, this is the place to get your gunslinger, salon girl or cowboy on! Pick your favorite outfit and dress up whole family—including the four-legged members—and immortalize your memories at Old Tucson. Also check out our film merchandise, book selections, frames and seasonal treasures.

McLintock’s Mercantile

This 1958 building was built for the movie, “Rio Bravo” and used in four John Wayne films. Inside, you’ll find:

  • John Wayne memorabilia
  • Vintage items
  • Western wear
  • Southwest home décor
  • Children’s toys & clothing
  • Books by local and national authors

Olsen’s Mercantile

One of the original buildings constructed in 1939 for the movie, “Arizona,” Olsen’s offers merchandise for the train enthusiasts and those seeking to take home a bit of the western lifestyle.

Phoebe’s Sweet Shoppe

Another 1939 original adobe building, here’s where you can satisfy your sweet tooth with:

  • Handmade fudge
  • Pralines
  • Seasonal caramel apples
  • Nostalgic and popular candies
  • Fresh lemonade

Toltec Mine

Located in Silverlake, find your hidden treasure among the variety of rocks, minerals and fossil collectibles.

The Last Outpost

Located off the front parking lot, this shop provides a regular stop for locals seeking Arizona gifts with a western flavor. Featured selections include:

  • Old Tucson film memorabilia and film history
  • Western wear
  • Souvenirs and Tees
  • Snacks for the road
  • Jewelry
  • Southwest home décor gifts
  • Children’s toys and clothing

The Last Outpost is OPEN from 4 – 7 p.m. daily while the park is closed due to COVID-19.