The lime kiln, where limestone rocks were fired for conversion to lime plaster, is like all the other structures at Tumacácori National Historical Park - it requires constant maintenance by the Park preservation crew to keep it from deteriorating. It even requires lime plaster to preserve it from moisture.
Did You Know?
Construction of the Franciscan church at Tumacácori took place from about 1800 through the early 1820s. Due to lack of funds, the plans for the structure not only had to be modified, the building was never finished.