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Tumacacori National Historical Park, Tumacacori

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  • Strolling around the peaceful grounds is a real pleasure. This national park explains how the Spanish Jesuits came up from Mexico and established the new settlement. Beautiful setting.  more »
  • Lots of history here and some amazing old structures. The water feature in the garden gave me some great ideas for incorporating a water feature into my garden at home.  more »
  • Find out that there were Europeans in American before the pilgrims. Old Spanish mission site. Current building was finished in 1820, shortly before everyone was run off by apaches. Nice gift shop and ...  more »
  • Fantastic park with wonderful rangers who really care about bringing it to life for patrons. Our school field trip was awesome - park rangers did a fabulous job of neutralizing the religious part and playing up the community history.
  • Nice place to spend a couple of hours. Neat old buildings and runs make for interesting photos. Free tortilla sample was delicious!
  • Very interesting and well maintained historical park. It only takes a few hours to go through a well presented self-guided tour. It is worth your time if you enjoy learning the history of this country.
  • Very interesting. Staff were so helpful.
  • I volunteer here. The park is a great place to learn about the Pima Alteria and early culture of southern Arizona through the mission of Padre Kino. The park staff is professional and caring about it's visitors.