Living History Day at Tucson Presidio - Jan. 14



This replica of the city’s original adobe-walled fortress comes alive with demonstrations of children’s games, storytelling and fresh baked bread to sample, visitors can pump the bellows of the blacksmith’s forge and watch soldiers practice their drills and fire a four-pound bronze cannon. $3, second Saturday of each month from October through April, 10 am – 3 pm, 520-837-8119 or http://www.tucsonpresidiotrust.org/

Date:

Jan 14, 2017

Location:

Tucson Presidio
133 W. Washington
Tucson, AZ 85701

Hours:

10 am - 3 pm

Phone:

520-837-8119

Price:

$3

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