Casa Navarro State Historic Site

Casa Navarro courtyard. Visitors view an exhibit. Flowers blooming. Statue of Navarro.

228 S. Laredo St.
San Antonio, TX 78207
GPS: N29° 25' 23" W98° 29' 51"
210-226-4801
casa-navarro@thc.texas.gov

 

Driving map of Casa Navarro.

Explore the life of a Texas patriot in the heart of downtown San Antonio. A rancher, merchant, and one of only two native-born Texans to sign the Texas Declaration of Independence, José Antonio Navarro was a leading advocate for Tejano rights. Casa Navarro State Historic Site celebrates his life at his original 1850s adobe and limestone home, a historic jewel among its urban surroundings.

The site was designated a Texas State Historic Landmark in 1962 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.

Upcoming Events

October 26

Exhibit Opening: A Laredito Family: the Diaz-Sauceda Family at Casa Navarro, 1945 - 1960

Most visitors to Casa Navarro don’t realize the home was part of a bustling San Antonio neighborhood that flourished for nearly 100 years after José Antonio Navarro’s death in 1871. Navarro’s historic home has seen many residents over the years...

November 18

Make your own Mole Workshop: Mole Poblano

Mole, a traditional Mexican dish that blends the foodways and traditions of indigenous Mexico and Spain, has become a popular sauce to accompany Turkey during the Christmas and Thanksgiving holidays. Learn the ins and outs of making Mole Verde...

December 9

Make your own Mole Workshop: Mole Verde

Mole, a traditional Mexican dish that blends the foodways and traditions of indigenous Mexico and Spain, has become a popular sauce to accompany Turkey during the Christmas and Thanksgiving holidays. Learn the ins and outs of making Mole Verde...

From the Blog

See the online exhibit