4500 N. Oracle Road, Tucson, AZ. 85705
(520) 293-7330

Sun: 12pm-6pm
Mon-Sat: 10am-9pm 



The Tucson Mall is known to be the biggest and most popular mall in the city. It opened in year of 1982. General Growth Properties are  management and owners of the property. There are two floor levels and have about 200 stores in the mall, including restaurants near by. The major stores include Macy's, Dillard's, JCPenny, Forever 21 and Sears, which are also called the anchors to the shopping mall. There is also a children's play place which is always full of families and children having a good time. There is always improvements happening, and openings of new stores and restaurants that comply with customers preferences. 


There are many entrances and parking spaces that are available to the customers all around the mall. 
There are many services that are accessible to visitors. These services include ATM's, Auto Jump Starts, Family Restrooms, Lost and Found, Nursing Lounge, Safety Escorts, Soft seating areas, stroller rentals, wheelchairs and assistance. 


On Holidays, the mall provides Santa Clause and the Easter Bunny to take pictures with the children. The mall is full of families that are all lined up to take professional photographs. There are also other local events that can be managed and held at the inside lobby area next to the food court.  


There are many different types of dining places inside and around this shopping mall. Whether one is looking for a nice fancy dine in experience, a quick snack, or a fast food place they want to spend time at, these are all available near by. Restaurants like The Cheesecake Factory, Olive Garden, Mimi's Cafe, and Red Robin are dining places with full service. Other fast food restaurants would include, In and Out, All American Burger, Charley's, Subway, Panda Express, Cajun Grill, Sarku Japan, Villa Italian and Raspados. 

Mall Programs:

- Walkers Club: Doors open at 6am for morning walks for an open and empty mall.

- Amber Alert: When there is an Amber Alert, the mall will provide signage in the busiest locations for the word to spread.

- Nearest Parking Locator

- LiveSafe App

- A-Store: Is an extension to the Bookstore at the University of Arizona. The A-store at the mall is considered an "off-campus learning lab" for UA retail students.


In the late 1880's the land was initially owned by the family of Helen Wetmore. When she had seen a shopping marketplace in Chicago, she decided that she wanted to build one on her land. According to David Leighton, a historian, the family partnered up with Forest City Enterprises to start it all up. 

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