Banner image courtesy of the NPS
Established in 1691, San Jose de Tumacácori is one of the oldest Spanish missions in Arizona. The majority of the church, with the exception of the roof and the floor, is original. Visitors can experience the church and other structures that were part of a working Spanish colonial mission.
The park also encompasses the ruins of two other missions, Los Santos Ángeles de Guevavi (also founded in 1691), and San Cayetano de Calabazas, established in 1756. Access to Guevavi and Calabazas is only available by reservation.