Always Changing - Forever the Same
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 Mission Tumacácori was just one event among many. Wave after wave of change has swept or crept across this realm - this land and its people are not static. Come visit and experience this heritage.
Lots To Do!
Explore historic ruins, take a tour, hike to the river, enjoy the museum, experience borderland culture during special events… and more!Read More
Connect to the Park and the Latest News
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Mission 2000: Actual Mission Records of 1684-1848
Baptismal, marriage, and burial records of the park’s three Spanish missions and many others can be read, viewed, and printed via Mission 2000.Read More
Tumacácori Fiesta - Come Live It!
This cultural celebration features continous live entertainment, fifty food and craft booths, and more. Held annually - December's first full weekend.Read More
One Park - Three Spanish Era Missions
Tumacácori, Guevavi and Calabazas were a part of a system of missions established on the northern frontier of New Spain.Read More
Nature in the Historical Park? Yes!
Birds, reptiles, mammals, plants, and other lifeforms that were here historically still exist in the Santa Cruz River Valley and the park.Read More
Did You Know?
Tumacácori National Historical Park is located in the historic Pimería Alta or "Land of the Upper Pimas," an area that includes much of present-day southern Arizona and northern Sonora, Mexico.