Tumacácori is more than just a church. Explore the orchard, cemetery, storeroom, and other mission structures.
Collect an award pin by hiking the Anza Trail between Tumacácori and Tubac. It's good for you in so many ways!
Several kinds of guided tours are offered throughout the year. Some require advanced reservations and fees. Most are free and open to all!
Kids (and kids at heart) can earn a badge by exploring the mission grounds with the Seek and Find book available at the Visitor Center.
Designed to mimic mission architecture, the historic visitor center includes information, museum exhibits, store, and courtyard garden.
Demonstrators (like our beloved tortilla-makers) bring culture to life. Watch, learn, and taste these cultural traditions.
Habitats in the mission grounds, picnic area, mesquite bosque, and riparian corridor are great for checking off rare southern birds.
Catch the sunrise or evening light on special dates. Great for painters, photographers, and quiet-seekers.
Special events like the annual Fiesta bring Tumacácori's stories to life.
Last updated: June 25, 2016
P.O. Box 8067