Pima County Courthouse, Tucson
Categories: Government Buildings, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Pima County Courthouse is the former main county courthouse building in downtown Tucson, Arizona. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was designed by Roy Place in 1928 in Mission Revival and Spanish Colonial Revival style architecture.The building previously housed the Pima County Consolidated Justice Court, which handled lower-level state criminal matters and small claims cases. As of February 2015, court proceedings for Justice Court are held in a newer building shared with Tucson City Court, which is located on Stone Avenue. The old Pima County Courthouse still serves as the offices Pima of the County Treasurer and Recorder.Use our Tucson itinerary maker to arrange your visit to Pima County Courthouse and other attractions in Tucson.
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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.
Lovely desert colors, shady colonnaded walkway, fantastic tilework, architectural details abound. A very wonderful example of southwest architecture, very picturesque.
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 enjo... read more »
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