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Tubac Presidio State Historic Park

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1 Burruel Street
Tubac, AZ 85646 United States
520-398-2252www.TubacPresidio.org

Upcoming Events

May 2016
$2 - $7

Frontier Printing Press

May 3 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Weekly on the same day until June 30, 2016
Tubac-HandPress

View the Washington Hand Press, the first printing press in Arizona. It was used to print Arizona’s first newspaper The Weekly Arizonian in Tubac on March 3, 1859. Edward Cross was the editor. Manufactured by the Cincinnati Type Foundry Company, it was barged down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers to New Orleans, then by packet ship to Indianola, Texas, and then by wagon train via San Antonio and Fort Bliss to Tubac. The press is still operational and a commemorative…

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$2 - $7

Frontier Printing Press

May 10 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until June 30, 2016
Tubac-HandPress

View the Washington Hand Press, the first printing press in Arizona. It was used to print Arizona’s first newspaper The Weekly Arizonian in Tubac on March 3, 1859. Edward Cross was the editor. Manufactured by the Cincinnati Type Foundry Company, it was barged down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers to New Orleans, then by packet ship to Indianola, Texas, and then by wagon train via San Antonio and Fort Bliss to Tubac. The press is still operational and a commemorative…

Find out more »
$2 - $7

Major New Exhibit at the Presidio!

May 12 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until April 12, 2017
ambulance #10

The newest exhibit at the Tubac Presidio is a rare original 1800’s period carriage called an ambulance. It has been restored and modified to replicate the ambulance that Phocion R. Way, an engraver from Cincinnati, Ohio, rode on from Mesilla on the Rio Grande River to Tucson in June of 1858. Many other figures in Tubac’s Territorial history arrived here on this type of vehicle because of its comfort and speed. Our ambulance was restored over thirteen months by Hanson…

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$2 - $7

Living History: Foods of the Spanish Colonial Period

May 13 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Tubac (Arizona), 28 de junio (EFEUSA).-Some of the   old world food found here in Southern Arizona  from  1752 a 1776 eanten by the native americansm including Cafe, Almonds, Anis and Lentil beans.  Smith  gave the demonstration to the Barrella and Murphy  families  that were direct descendants of the Comandante Ygnacio Sotelo who was in charge if the Presidio of Tubac  and then later he moved it north 60 km to the Presidio de Tucson,  after many Apache raids on their live stock.  
Visitantes y miembros de la comunidad de Tubac en el sur de Arizona participaron hoy en una demostración sobre los alimentos típicos de la región y los que fueron traídos por los españoles durante la época de la colonia.
“Nuestro propósito es mostrar ejemplos de  comida nativa del nuevo mundo y las que fueron traídas por los conquistadores”, explicó a Efe, Shaw Kinsley, director del Parque Histórico Estatal de Tubac.
Voluntarios vestidos con ropa de la época colonial describieron a los asistentes los productos que formaban parte de la alimentación diaria de los residentes de esta comunidad en la época entre 1752 a 1776. (Gary Williams/EFE News Services)2014

Living History: Foods of the Spanish Colonial Period – Fridays, May 13 & May 27, 11am-2pm Our Old World/New World foods program will focus on 1) the native and imported fruits of New Spain, and 2) how Mexico has developed and enhanced the notion of dessert. The presentations will educate visitors about the origins, nutritional/survival values and the incredible variety of these delectable foodstuffs. Featuring a special display and samples from the Old and New Worlds. Included with park admission:…

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$2 - $7

Frontier Printing Press

May 17 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until June 30, 2016
Tubac-HandPress

View the Washington Hand Press, the first printing press in Arizona. It was used to print Arizona’s first newspaper The Weekly Arizonian in Tubac on March 3, 1859. Edward Cross was the editor. Manufactured by the Cincinnati Type Foundry Company, it was barged down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers to New Orleans, then by packet ship to Indianola, Texas, and then by wagon train via San Antonio and Fort Bliss to Tubac. The press is still operational and a commemorative…

Find out more »
$2 - $7

Frontier Printing Press

May 24 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until June 30, 2016
Tubac-HandPress

View the Washington Hand Press, the first printing press in Arizona. It was used to print Arizona’s first newspaper The Weekly Arizonian in Tubac on March 3, 1859. Edward Cross was the editor. Manufactured by the Cincinnati Type Foundry Company, it was barged down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers to New Orleans, then by packet ship to Indianola, Texas, and then by wagon train via San Antonio and Fort Bliss to Tubac. The press is still operational and a commemorative…

Find out more »
$2 - $7

Living History: Foods of the Spanish Colonial Period

May 27 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Tubac (Arizona), 28 de junio (EFEUSA).-Some of the   old world food found here in Southern Arizona  from  1752 a 1776 eanten by the native americansm including Cafe, Almonds, Anis and Lentil beans.  Smith  gave the demonstration to the Barrella and Murphy  families  that were direct descendants of the Comandante Ygnacio Sotelo who was in charge if the Presidio of Tubac  and then later he moved it north 60 km to the Presidio de Tucson,  after many Apache raids on their live stock.  
Visitantes y miembros de la comunidad de Tubac en el sur de Arizona participaron hoy en una demostración sobre los alimentos típicos de la región y los que fueron traídos por los españoles durante la época de la colonia.
“Nuestro propósito es mostrar ejemplos de  comida nativa del nuevo mundo y las que fueron traídas por los conquistadores”, explicó a Efe, Shaw Kinsley, director del Parque Histórico Estatal de Tubac.
Voluntarios vestidos con ropa de la época colonial describieron a los asistentes los productos que formaban parte de la alimentación diaria de los residentes de esta comunidad en la época entre 1752 a 1776. (Gary Williams/EFE News Services)2014

Our Old World/New World foods program will focus on 1) the native and imported fruits of New Spain, and 2) how Mexico has developed and enhanced the notion of dessert. The presentations will educate visitors about the origins, nutritional/survival values and the incredible variety of these delectable foodstuffs. Featuring a special display and samples from the Old and New Worlds. Included with park admission: $5 adult, $2 youth 7-13, children free.

Find out more »
$2 - $7

Frontier Printing Press

May 31 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until June 30, 2016
Tubac-HandPress

View the Washington Hand Press, the first printing press in Arizona. It was used to print Arizona’s first newspaper The Weekly Arizonian in Tubac on March 3, 1859. Edward Cross was the editor. Manufactured by the Cincinnati Type Foundry Company, it was barged down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers to New Orleans, then by packet ship to Indianola, Texas, and then by wagon train via San Antonio and Fort Bliss to Tubac. The press is still operational and a commemorative…

Find out more »
June 2016
$2 - $7

Frontier Printing Press

June 7 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until June 30, 2016
Tubac-HandPress

View the Washington Hand Press, the first printing press in Arizona. It was used to print Arizona’s first newspaper The Weekly Arizonian in Tubac on March 3, 1859. Edward Cross was the editor. Manufactured by the Cincinnati Type Foundry Company, it was barged down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers to New Orleans, then by packet ship to Indianola, Texas, and then by wagon train via San Antonio and Fort Bliss to Tubac. The press is still operational and a commemorative…

Find out more »
$2 - $7

Major New Exhibit at the Presidio!

June 12 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until April 12, 2017
ambulance #10

The newest exhibit at the Tubac Presidio is a rare original 1800’s period carriage called an ambulance. It has been restored and modified to replicate the ambulance that Phocion R. Way, an engraver from Cincinnati, Ohio, rode on from Mesilla on the Rio Grande River to Tucson in June of 1858. Many other figures in Tubac’s Territorial history arrived here on this type of vehicle because of its comfort and speed. Our ambulance was restored over thirteen months by Hanson…

Find out more »
$2 - $7

Frontier Printing Press

June 14 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until June 30, 2016
Tubac-HandPress

View the Washington Hand Press, the first printing press in Arizona. It was used to print Arizona’s first newspaper The Weekly Arizonian in Tubac on March 3, 1859. Edward Cross was the editor. Manufactured by the Cincinnati Type Foundry Company, it was barged down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers to New Orleans, then by packet ship to Indianola, Texas, and then by wagon train via San Antonio and Fort Bliss to Tubac. The press is still operational and a commemorative…

Find out more »
$2 - $7

Frontier Printing Press

June 21 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until June 30, 2016
Tubac-HandPress

View the Washington Hand Press, the first printing press in Arizona. It was used to print Arizona’s first newspaper The Weekly Arizonian in Tubac on March 3, 1859. Edward Cross was the editor. Manufactured by the Cincinnati Type Foundry Company, it was barged down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers to New Orleans, then by packet ship to Indianola, Texas, and then by wagon train via San Antonio and Fort Bliss to Tubac. The press is still operational and a commemorative…

Find out more »
$2 - $7

Frontier Printing Press

June 28 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until June 30, 2016
Tubac-HandPress

View the Washington Hand Press, the first printing press in Arizona. It was used to print Arizona’s first newspaper The Weekly Arizonian in Tubac on March 3, 1859. Edward Cross was the editor. Manufactured by the Cincinnati Type Foundry Company, it was barged down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers to New Orleans, then by packet ship to Indianola, Texas, and then by wagon train via San Antonio and Fort Bliss to Tubac. The press is still operational and a commemorative…

Find out more »
July 2016
$2 - $7

Major New Exhibit at the Presidio!

July 12 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until April 12, 2017
ambulance #10

The newest exhibit at the Tubac Presidio is a rare original 1800’s period carriage called an ambulance. It has been restored and modified to replicate the ambulance that Phocion R. Way, an engraver from Cincinnati, Ohio, rode on from Mesilla on the Rio Grande River to Tucson in June of 1858. Many other figures in Tubac’s Territorial history arrived here on this type of vehicle because of its comfort and speed. Our ambulance was restored over thirteen months by Hanson…

Find out more »
August 2016
$2 - $7

Major New Exhibit at the Presidio!

August 12 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until April 12, 2017
ambulance #10

The newest exhibit at the Tubac Presidio is a rare original 1800’s period carriage called an ambulance. It has been restored and modified to replicate the ambulance that Phocion R. Way, an engraver from Cincinnati, Ohio, rode on from Mesilla on the Rio Grande River to Tucson in June of 1858. Many other figures in Tubac’s Territorial history arrived here on this type of vehicle because of its comfort and speed. Our ambulance was restored over thirteen months by Hanson…

Find out more »
September 2016
$2 - $7

Major New Exhibit at the Presidio!

September 12 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until April 12, 2017
ambulance #10

The newest exhibit at the Tubac Presidio is a rare original 1800’s period carriage called an ambulance. It has been restored and modified to replicate the ambulance that Phocion R. Way, an engraver from Cincinnati, Ohio, rode on from Mesilla on the Rio Grande River to Tucson in June of 1858. Many other figures in Tubac’s Territorial history arrived here on this type of vehicle because of its comfort and speed. Our ambulance was restored over thirteen months by Hanson…

Find out more »
October 2016
$2 - $7

Major New Exhibit at the Presidio!

October 12 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until April 12, 2017
ambulance #10

The newest exhibit at the Tubac Presidio is a rare original 1800’s period carriage called an ambulance. It has been restored and modified to replicate the ambulance that Phocion R. Way, an engraver from Cincinnati, Ohio, rode on from Mesilla on the Rio Grande River to Tucson in June of 1858. Many other figures in Tubac’s Territorial history arrived here on this type of vehicle because of its comfort and speed. Our ambulance was restored over thirteen months by Hanson…

Find out more »
November 2016
$2 - $7

Major New Exhibit at the Presidio!

November 12 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until April 12, 2017
ambulance #10

The newest exhibit at the Tubac Presidio is a rare original 1800’s period carriage called an ambulance. It has been restored and modified to replicate the ambulance that Phocion R. Way, an engraver from Cincinnati, Ohio, rode on from Mesilla on the Rio Grande River to Tucson in June of 1858. Many other figures in Tubac’s Territorial history arrived here on this type of vehicle because of its comfort and speed. Our ambulance was restored over thirteen months by Hanson…

Find out more »
December 2016
$2 - $7

Major New Exhibit at the Presidio!

December 12 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until April 12, 2017
ambulance #10

The newest exhibit at the Tubac Presidio is a rare original 1800’s period carriage called an ambulance. It has been restored and modified to replicate the ambulance that Phocion R. Way, an engraver from Cincinnati, Ohio, rode on from Mesilla on the Rio Grande River to Tucson in June of 1858. Many other figures in Tubac’s Territorial history arrived here on this type of vehicle because of its comfort and speed. Our ambulance was restored over thirteen months by Hanson…

Find out more »
January 2017
$2 - $7

Major New Exhibit at the Presidio!

January 12, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until April 12, 2017
ambulance #10

The newest exhibit at the Tubac Presidio is a rare original 1800’s period carriage called an ambulance. It has been restored and modified to replicate the ambulance that Phocion R. Way, an engraver from Cincinnati, Ohio, rode on from Mesilla on the Rio Grande River to Tucson in June of 1858. Many other figures in Tubac’s Territorial history arrived here on this type of vehicle because of its comfort and speed. Our ambulance was restored over thirteen months by Hanson…

Find out more »
February 2017
$2 - $7

Major New Exhibit at the Presidio!

February 12, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until April 12, 2017
ambulance #10

The newest exhibit at the Tubac Presidio is a rare original 1800’s period carriage called an ambulance. It has been restored and modified to replicate the ambulance that Phocion R. Way, an engraver from Cincinnati, Ohio, rode on from Mesilla on the Rio Grande River to Tucson in June of 1858. Many other figures in Tubac’s Territorial history arrived here on this type of vehicle because of its comfort and speed. Our ambulance was restored over thirteen months by Hanson…

Find out more »
March 2017
$2 - $7

Major New Exhibit at the Presidio!

March 12, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until April 12, 2017
ambulance #10

The newest exhibit at the Tubac Presidio is a rare original 1800’s period carriage called an ambulance. It has been restored and modified to replicate the ambulance that Phocion R. Way, an engraver from Cincinnati, Ohio, rode on from Mesilla on the Rio Grande River to Tucson in June of 1858. Many other figures in Tubac’s Territorial history arrived here on this type of vehicle because of its comfort and speed. Our ambulance was restored over thirteen months by Hanson…

Find out more »
April 2017
$2 - $7

Major New Exhibit at the Presidio!

April 12, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until April 12, 2017
ambulance #10

The newest exhibit at the Tubac Presidio is a rare original 1800’s period carriage called an ambulance. It has been restored and modified to replicate the ambulance that Phocion R. Way, an engraver from Cincinnati, Ohio, rode on from Mesilla on the Rio Grande River to Tucson in June of 1858. Many other figures in Tubac’s Territorial history arrived here on this type of vehicle because of its comfort and speed. Our ambulance was restored over thirteen months by Hanson…

Find out more »
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Tubac, AZ 85646
Main Phone: 520-398-2704
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