The Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase is the largets gem and mineral event in the world. The event takes place annually in late January and February
at approximately 40 to 49 different locations across the city of Tucson, Arizona. Most of the shows are open to the public, except for certain trade shows which
require registration with a business license. There is not one single location for gems, minerals and fossils, but rather dealers occupy dozens of locations across
the city: many big hotels and most motels are occupied for this occasion, with professionals displaying their specimens in hotel rooms, lobbies,
tents, and lawns.
The main event of the Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase is the Tucson Gem & Mineral Show organized by the Tucson Gem and Mineral Society. This show has
been held annually since 1955 and now occupies 181,000 square feet (16,800 m2) of the Tucson Convention Center. All of the shows have attendees from all across the world
which includes the general public, experts, beginning collectors, museum employees, dealers, retailers, and researchers. Many museums and universities, such as the Smithsonian
Institution and the Sorbonne have displayed at the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show.
The Tucson Gem Shows at TucsonGem.org is a comprehensive directory of shows and vendors for the world's largest gem, mineral, fossil and jewelry showcase in Tucson, Arizona.
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