The Yuma Zone has listings in and near Historic Downtown Yuma AZ for the following establishments and attractions.
Historic Downtown Yuma is often overlooked by Yuma visitors and residents. A morning or afternoon can be pleasurably spent exploring the many shops & dining options offered in the area. This area is used for street fairs and musical events throughout the year. Located in the area surrounding First Street and Main Avenue Historic Downtown Yuma is with walking distance of several Yuma area Attractions. Historic Downtown Yuma is now open to vehicular traffic but is best experienced by parking the car and enjoying a leisurely stroll. There are many surprises to be found in the courtyards and patios along main street.
Judy's Fusion features the artwork of Yuma artist Judy Phillips. Working with kiln fired glass, Judy creates unique works of colorful art. Many of Judy's pieces can be seen as part of the North End Artist Co-op displays at the Yuma Art Center.
The Yuma Amtrak Train Station (YUM) is located at 281 South Gila Street which is near the intersection of Gila Street and East Third Street. There are very limited facilities as listed below that are available during station hours. The Yuma station serves the Sunset Limited route which currently runs between Los Angeles and New Orleans.
Station Services: No Station Hours, No Ticket Office Hours, No Quik-Trak Hours, No Checked Baggage Hours, No Help With Baggage, Restrooms during station hours, Payphones during station hours
Now sharing space with the Quartermaster Depot the Yuma Visitors Information Center provides information about Yuma attractions, shopping, restaurants, accommodations, and recreational activities. Local arts and crafts items as well as Yuma souvenirs and maps are for sale!
Etching on almost anything! Cutting Edge Design. Awards of all types. Special Gifts.
Alicia Z. Aguirre, JD, MBA
Counselor and Attorney at Law
Alicia Z. Aguirre likes old buildings and when the opportunity arose to move into an historical building in the North End of town, she jumped on it. The firm is now located at 106 South Madison Ave, Ste 2.
Ms. Aguirre has been a sole practitioner since 2007 and most recently joined by attorney David P. Rivera. Rick K. Carter, Wong Fujii, Carter, P.C., continues to serve as "Of Counsel" for the firm.
The firm's attorney's practice in the areas of real estate, business planning, contracts, estate planning, commercial transactions, guardianships, conservatorships contested trusts and estates, general civil litigation, creditors rights and employment law.
Your Home Town Camera Store!
Digital Camera and Accessories
Color and B/W Film & Supplies
Historic Downtown Yuma
At the end of Madison Avenue in Historic Downtown Yuma this park is adjacent to Gateway Park.
Dream Gift Shop, located at 250 S Madison Avenue is Yuma's only gift shop catering to everyone. Everything unique and luxurious can be found at Dream. Baby Gifts, Birthday Gifts and Holiday Gifts are easy to find here... Blankets, Robes, Throws, Wine Rack Holders, Necklaces, Leather Bracelets, Candles, Gardening, Baby Blankets & Clothing, Books... just a little bit of everything! Open 10 to 5 Closed Mondays. 928-726-9393
Gateway Park underwent 4 million dollars of renovations and was dedicated on May 31,2007. With the shade provided by the freeway bridge, the river beach is a popular swimming spot in the summer.
Unique antiques and collectibles. Located in Historic Downtown Yuma!
Ice Cream & Espresso Bar. Great Sandwiches. Located in Historic Downtown Yuma!
Operating out of the Yuma Art Center, the North End Artist Co-op promotes artists living in the Yuma area by displaying and selling their professional quality contemporary artworks in a set venue. The cooperative is open every Saturday from 11:00 am until 3:00 pm, September through May. The cooperative is also open additional hours during block parties, art openings and Heritage Festivals in the downtown Yuma area.
Featuring fine coffees, teas, and kitchen toys. Pat's Coffee, Tea, and More is found in Historic Downtown Yuma.
Formerly known as the Century House Museum, the Sanguinetti House Museum & Gardens allow you to travel back to the territorial days of Arizona! The Arizona Historical Society brings you this regional museum including aviaries, garden, library, & the adjoining Adobe Annex Museum Gift Shop. The house displays period rooms from the turn of the century at the home of pioneer merchant E.F. Sanguinetti. Open Tuesdays through Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Serving up the "The Best Hot Dogs in Yuma", The Good Dog also offers smoothies, blended coffee, and scoop ice cream. The Good Dog is one of the 224 S. Main Street Shops located in Historic Downtown Yuma.
Offering collectibles, furniture, dolls, Hawaiian items, Oriental vases, Mexican pottery, glassware, quilts, hats, jewelry, games, lots of books, Located in Historic Downtown Yuma!
The Yuma Chamber of Commerce developed this park dedicated to honor and revere the sacrifices of all past, present and future veterans. It is located at the site of the old train depot in Historic Downtown Yuma. The park was turned over to the City of Yuma Parks and Rec Dept. in 2008.
The Yuma Art Center is operated by the City of Yuma Parks and Recreation Department. Featuring the 650 seat Historic Yuma Theatre, the Yuma Art Center has Four Visual Art Galleries as well as studios for local & visiting artists.
See the restored U.S. Army Quartermasters Depot! Yuma Visitor Center, transportation museum, gift shop, & picnic area. Formerly Yuma Crossing State Historic Park. Recently adopted by the City of Yuma to avoid closing by the state, the Quartermasters Depot now has free admission and is the site of the Yuma Visitors Center.
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