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Presidio San Agustin del Tucson, Tucson

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  • Such a great place to visit! The docents are very friendly and extremely knowledgeable. I really enjoyed the gift shop too! On Fridays, members reenact civilian life in the presidio. They dress up, sh...  more »
  • If you are visiting Tucson and are at all interested in history, make sure to visit this old downtown attraction. It's a recreation of the original Presidio constructed in the late 1700s. One corner o...  more »
  • If you plan your visit (check the website) to arrive on a Living History Saturday, it's quite a spectacle. Volunteers dress as Mexican soldiers, local Native Americans, and pioneers. They demo shootin...  more »
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  • Neat history. Fun to come and learn about the Indian tribes. Cheap entry fee, totally worth the cost.
  • Best kept secret in Tucson. Now the Presidio Trust runs it and there is a (worth it) $3. entrance fee. You can self-tour or docents can tell you as much as you care to know. Tiny little gift shop, but stocks fun stuff and some great books if SW history interests you. GO on the LIVING HISTORY Saturdays, if you're lucky the canons will be fired! Authentic costumes, friendly volunteers, foods, living history cultural things, what's not to like?
  • Fun place
  • Docent on duty most of the time. 2nd Saturday living history from October through April. Best free museum in Tucson.
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