The remnant of Tycho's supernova of 1572 has been polarimetrically imaged using the 4 configurations of the VLA at wavelengths of 22 and 6 cm. A few data were also obtained at wavelengths of 21, 19, and 18 cm in the B configuration to check for any ambiguities in the Faraday rotation measurements and to look for deviations from the λ2 dependence of the Faraday rotation which would indicate significant internal Faraday effects. Although the total intensity shows structure on a scale of about 1 arcsecond the polarized emission appears to be resolved into cells of perhaps 10-arcsec size (1 arcsec corresponds to 0.011 pc at the 2.2 kpc distance to Tycho's SNR). We have therefore convolved the map shown in Figure 1 to a resolution of 4 arcsec to improve the signal-to-noise ratio. The contours represent the total intensity at 6-cm wavelength and the vectors show the position angle of the magnetic field with a length corresponding to the polarized intensity at 6 cm. In order to be seen, the vectors have a separation of 6 arcsec but no significant information is lost on this spacing.