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Adults (14+): $7
Youth (7-13): $2
Member: Free
Child (0-6): Free

Discounts for
military, first
responders, and


Now - May 31:

Wednesday - Sunday
9am - 5pm

CLOSED: Monday & Tuesday

The last self-guided tour
ticket is sold at 4pm.

June 1 - July 28:

Tuesday - Sunday
8am - 12pm


Fridays only:

4pm - 8pm

CLOSED: Monday

The last self-guided tour ticket is sold at 11am.

The park is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day.


The entire park and all our buildings are wheelchair accessible, with the exception of the Underground Exhibit; however we have laminated pictures and explanations available at the top of the stairs.


A courtesy wheelchair is available upon request.


Pets are welcome at the Tubac Presidio State Historic Park and are allowed in all buildings.


Pets must be kept on a leash at all times.


Please clean up after your pet.


Free visitor parking is located at the Visitor Center. RV parking is available.


Review the Arizona State
Parks & Trails weapons
policy here.


Google Maps sometimes displays directions to our park via a neighborhood at Exit #34. We are located in The Village of Tubac at 1 Burruel Street, which is at the eastern end of Tubac Road. You cannot access our park through "The Barrio" neighborhood at Exit #34. After you turn onto Plaza Road where the large "Tubac" sign at the entrance of The Village is located, turn right onto Tubac Road, drive 0.3 miles, and we are located at the intersection of Burruel Street and Tubac Road.

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