Tumacácori sits at a cultural crossroads in the Santa Cruz River valley. Here O’odham, Yaqui, and Apache people met and mingled with European Jesuit and Franciscan missionaries, settlers, and soldiers, sometimes in conflict and sometimes in cooperation. Visitors to Tumacácori National Historical Park have the opportunity to explore the mission grounds/ruins, and museum. Self guided tour booklets available. Guided tours scheduled at 11 am and 2 pm daily from January to March.
7-Day Entry Pass valid for one adult (age 16 and up), pass is valid for seven days. Kids under 16 are always free. Tumacácori National Historical Park is closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Tumacácori Annual Pass admits the pass owner plus three adult guests. One annual pass authorizes two owners/signatures, photo ID required for validation. Valid for 12 months from month of purchase. Kids under 16 are always free.
These passes are only valid for admission into Tumacácori National Historical Park. The pass can be printed or downloaded to a mobile device. Be prepared to show a printed PDF copy of your pass or the digital pass on your mobile device to the fee collector in the Visitor Center.
Passes are non-transferable, non-refundable, not replaceable if lost or stolen, and are void if altered or reproduced.
The pass can be upgraded to the America the Beautiful Interagency Annual Pass in the Visitor Center.
Tumacácori National Historical Park is in the mesquite highlands, close to 3,300 feet in elevation, where temperatures are five to ten degrees cooler than Tucson or Phoenix. Visiting the park in this moderate climate is pleasurable during any season of the year but remember to prepare accordingly. Wear layered clothing and a hat, and drink plenty of water.