The visitor center is located in the historic teacher’s quarters for the schoolhouse. It contains an orientation movie, introductory exhibits, and a first-class gift shop and bookstore. The visitor center also serves as the Arizona Center of Tourism for the village of Tubac
The museum houses interpretive exhibits with many original artifacts that reveal the many layers of Tubac’s 2,000 years of history. The museum contains the cherished original Washington Printing Press, brought from Ohio, down the Mississippi River and read more...
The Rojas house built in the 1880s, is a classic Sonoran “row house,” a single-story home built close to the road allotting private space to the interior and rear rather than near the front of the structure. The house, on the National Register of Historic Places... read more
The 1885 Territorial Schoolhouse
The schoolhouse, on the National Register of Historic Places, is the second oldest schoolhouse in Arizona. With original floors and walls, you can sit at the desks and imagine yourself learning math in a one-room school. Take the 1895 eight grade final exam to see if you can pass!
Stairway to the Past
This stairway to the underground exhibits demonstrates the real layers of Tubac history. Signs explain the archaeological excavation done in 1974. The excavation revealed the multiple structures and cultures that have occupied the space.
Living History Patio
Visit the heritage gardens where historic crops are grown and used at the Park. Push the arrastra, the mining ore crusher and grindstone. During the winter season experience demonstrations of the printing press, chocolate making, blacksmithing, woodworking and other skills