There's nothing quite like getting your information and inspiration directly from the source. Adobe bricks pressed into forms almost 300 years ago stand today as reminders of the strength, endurance, hardships, and beauty of Tumacacori's mission days.
Tumacacori can be a source for learning:
- Field trips to the mission grounds and river
- Distance and Hybrid Learning from anywhere in the world
- Guest speakers for your school or classroom
Contact us today by phone (520-377-5064) or email.
In-Person, In the Park
Plan a Field Trip
Use all five senses to explore Tumacácori's mission grounds, river corridor, and museum.
Distance learning, old school.
A hybrid subscription kit and pen pal system to explore history, science, and language arts from anywhere in the world.
In-Person, In Your Classroom
Want to bring a little Tumacácori to your school? Invite a ranger to visit with pre- or post-field trip activities or a stand alone program.
On Your Own, In Your Classroom
Download lesson plans spanning all grades and areas of the curriculum. Can be used in-person or with hybrid classrooms.
Hybrid Learning: Best of Both Worlds
Ask Me Anything
Drawing on both synchronous and asynchronous learning opportunities, the Ask Me Anything program has options for everyone.
4th graders get free passes!
Every Kid Outdoors
Do you teach 4th grade? Print paper vouchers or have a park ranger issue passes in person.
Need help with bus money?
Thanks to a grant from the National Park Foundation, Tumacácori may be able to subsidize transportation costs for a school field trip.
Last updated: October 13, 2021