Old Town Tubac Historic Adobe Building Tour



Old Town Tubac Historic Adobe Building Tour - Tour inside Old Town historic adobe buildings within Tubac's National Historic District and learn about the rich lives and times of their residents who over hundreds of years shaped the Tubac, Where Art and History Meet, we know today. Co-sponsored by the Tubac Historical Society and the Lowe House Project artist in residency program. $40. 10 am - 3 pm. 520-398-2020 or http://ths-tubac.org 

Date:

Nov 11, 2017

Location:

Tubac, AZ

Hours:

10 am - 3 pm

Phone:

520-398-2020

Price:

$40 per person

Similar Events

  • Day Out Downtown Living History Tour

    Oct 20 - Dec 21

    Day Out Downtown Living History Tour

    Day Out Downtown Living History Tour – Main Street Patio. Historical walking tour, refreshments, living history tour, merchant scavenger hunt and more on each third Thursday through April.

    Casa Grande, AZ

    Main Street Patio

  • “SUNS AT 50” HISTORY EXHIBIT

    Oct 27 - May 31

    “SUNS AT 50” HISTORY EXHIBIT

    Celebrating 50 Years as Arizona’s Original Sports Franchise, the Phoenix Suns Exhibit Showcases the Team’s Rich History and Tradition

    Phoenix, Arizona

  • Arizona Night Market

    Nov 17 - Nov 19

    Arizona Night Market

    Connect and experience different cultures through unique food, drinks, bar, merchandise, cultural education, music entertainment, and interactive fun without having to travel all around the world. This is an experience that will bring culture and community together for all ages.

    Peoria, AZ

    Peoria Sports Complex

  • We Make History Presents 15th Annual American Heritage Festival

    Nov 18

    We Make History Presents 15th Annual American Heritage Festival

    [Nov. 18] Celebrates our American Heritage from the Colonial era through the American Revolution, mountain men, pioneers, the Civil War, Westward Expansion and more, craftsmen, musicians, actors, battle reenactments, living history demonstrations, food, shopping.

    Queen Creek, AZ

    Schnepf Farms

  • Echoes from the Past School of Ancient Technology: Shell Ornaments

    Nov 18

    Echoes from the Past School of Ancient Technology: Shell Ornaments

    Experimental archaeologist, Zack Curcija, provides archaeology students and the public with a tangible view of how prehistoric south westerners interacted with their environment and natural resources.

    Clarkdale, AZ

    Tuzigoot National Monument

  • Pottery Making Workshop

    Nov 18

    Pottery Making Workshop

    Come out to Pueblo Grande Museum and spend the afternoon creating handmade pottery with Ron Carlos, Maricopa Potter. Students will learn to hand sculpt pottery using the paddle and anvil technique, a unique style indicative of the southern Arizona tribes; i.e. Maricopa, Pima, Tohono O’Odham.

    Phoenix, AZ

    Pueblo Grande Museum