Tumacácori National Historical Park, AZ

National Park Service

More than just adobe, plaster, and wood, these ruins evoke tales of life and land transformed by cultures meeting and mixing. Father Kino's 1691 landmark visit to an O'odham village when he established...[more]

Park Ranger guiding tour of historic site
A Variety of Guided Tours are Offered

During the peak season, the park offers not tours of historic Tumacácori Mission, as well as walks to the Santa Cruz River, and half-day tours to two other mission sites normally closed to the public; Calabazas and Guevavi. A self-guided booklet is available. For more information, visit the park website.

NPS Photo by Melanie Rawlins

Historic Church of Tumacácori Mission
Explore Historic Tumacácori Mission and... More!

Tumacácori National Historical Park has a museum, historic church, mission grounds, orchard, and trail to the Santa Cruz River that welcome exploration.

NPS Photo by Vicki Wolfe

Top of Church Dome with Crescent Moon in Background
Views at Tumacácori NHP are Timeless

Sightseers, photographers, and painters enjoy Tumacácori National Historical Park for its views and vistas.

NPS Photo by Vicki Wolfe

Folklorico dancers and mariachis perform at the annual fiesta
Tumacácori NHP Celebrates Culture

During the first full weekend of every December, the park hosts the Fiesta de Tumacácori, a free two-day cultural fiesta. In addition, during the peak season, artisans demonstrate traditional crafts that may include tortilla making, paper flower making, O'odham basket weaving, or leather working.

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Tumacácori National Historical Park


Tumacácori National Historical Park
1891 East Frontage Road
Tumacácori, AZ 85640
Phone:520 398 2341


Tumacácori National Historical Park is located off of Exit 29 of Interstate 19, fifty miles south of Tucson, Arizona, and eighteen miles north of Nogales, Arizona. The Visitor Center and Museum are located at 1891 East Frontage Road, Tumacacori, Arizona, 85640.

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