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 flourishedfor nearly 100 years after José Antonio Navarro’s death in 1871. Navarro’s historic home has seen many residents over the years –...

November 4

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...

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...

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See the online exhibit