The Presidio San Agustín del Tucson Museum is a re-creation of the Tucson Presidio built in 1775. Visitors travel back in time to learn about life as early Tucsonans would have lived it. Docent tours discuss life in the Santa Cruz Valley for early Native Americans, Presidio residents and Territorial Period settlers. See the archaeological remains of a pit house. Walk along the original Presidio wall and experience a 150-year-old classic Sonoran Row house. Re-enactments and demonstrations occur on a variety of days. See the events tab above for more information.
In order to keep our visitors and staff safe, several COVID 19 protocols have been instituted at the Presidio Museum. Masks and social distancing are required. Temperatures will be taken upon arrival, and hand sanitizing is required upon entry.
MUSEUM CLOSED ON THE FOLLOWING DAYS:
THANKSGIVING AND BLACK FRIDAY,
CHRISTMAS EVE AND CHRISTMAS DAY,
NEW YEAR'S DAY.
EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES
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EDUCATION & OUTREACH
The Presidio Museum offers educational opportunities for professional teachers, homeschoolers, and groups. Click here to learn more.
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