During this difficult time, many of the businesses in the Presidio District have closed their doors to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
All other businesses in the district are closed but are creating plans to welcome guests and will reopen on their own schedules. Please check individual business websites or call directly to confirm operating hours.
Once the stables of the original Presidio (fort) located in today's Downtown Tucson, Old Town Artisans' shops and galleries offer unique regional, cultural, and contemporary items in a historic building surrounding a beautiful courtyard.
The Presidio Museum is a re-creation of the Tucson Presidio (fort) built in 1775. Visitors travel back in time to learn about life as early Tucsonans would have lived it. Visitors also have the opportunity to see the archaeological remains of a pit house and experience a 150 year old classic Sonoran Row house. tourist attraction
The historic block includes the Mission Revival-style J. Knox Corbett House, restored and furnished with period pieces
of furniture and decorative objects from the American Artsand Crafts era, open to visitors on Sundays. La Casa Cordova,the oldest adobe home in downtown Tucson, houses El
Nacimiento—the largest and longest-running nativity scene in the southwest (open each year November through March, check website for exact dates).
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