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Contact: Visitor Center, 520-377-5060
The 2015 entrance fee free days are:
- January 19: Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- February 14-16: President's Day weekend
- April 18-19: National Park Week's opening weekend
- August 25: National Park Service's 99th birthday
- September 26: National Public Lands Day
- November 11: Veterans Day
These entrance fee-free days are applicable at all national park sites in 2015.
"Every day is a great day to tour and enjoy Tumacácori, but these entrance fee-free days offer added incentive to visit," said the park's superintendent, Bob Love. "As we prepare to celebrate the National Park Service's centennial in 2016, we invite all to discover the history and beauty of Tumacácori, and to make a connection with any of the other 400 NPS sites across the country."
Tumacácori National Historical Park was established in 1908 to preserve the impressive adobe buildings and surrounding landscape of a Spanish colonial mission site. Today visitors can enjoy the historic mission grounds, courtyard garden, heritage orchard, and the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail along the beautiful Santa Cruz River.
Last year Tumacácori welcomed nearly 32,000 visitors. Those visitors spend $1,732,500 in local communities, helping to support 23 jobs. National park tourism is a significant driver in the national economy - returning $10 for every $1 invested in the National Park Service.