Support TSWA’s Tucson Youth Music Center with every purchase!
Whether you are shopping, donating or consigning with The Treasure Shop we appreciate your support! It’s because of YOU that we are able to provide free music education to local youth that wouldn’t have the opportunity otherwise. TSWA’s Tucson Youth Music Center is the only organization in southern Arizona to offer free weekly music lessons (group and one on one), music supplies and loaner instruments when needed.
To say THANK YOU we give our sponsors a coupon to use at our shops
The Treasure Shop Antiques & Collectibles and Second Fiddle Thrift Store.
Historic Location | THE AMADO HOUSE
The Amado House is a two-story Queen Anne Victorian style home built in 1905 by prominent Southern Arizona cattleman Manuel Amado and his wife Ismuel. It was their home until sometime in the 1940’s. The Symphony Women’s Association (TSWA) purchased the home in the 1970’s and restored it to its original glory. The Amado House is listed on the U.S. National Historic Register. TSWA has operated The Treasure Shop in the house since 1984, selling antiques and collectibles. All proceeds go to the Tucson Youth Music Center giving free music lessons, instruments, and books to under-served children.