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.

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228 S. Laredo St. 
San Antonio, TX 78207 
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Tuesday to Sunday
10 a.m.–4:30 p.m. 

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Adult $5
Senior/Veteran/Teacher/First Responder $3
Child (6-17) $2
Child (5 and under) Free
Family (2 adults & 1 child) $8, each additional child $1

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Guided Tours 
School Field Trips

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Plan Your Visit

Casa Navarro is situated in the heart of old San Antonio, in what used to be a thriving Tejano neighborhood known as Laredito.

Casa Navarro statue

Casa Navarro History

José Antonio Navarro was an influential political figure during the momentous 55 years (1810–1865) when Texas’ destiny was forged. 

Living room in main house

Event Rentals

Rent this unique historic site, in the heart of San Antonio, for your next event.

Casa Navarro in the Blog

Historic Road Trip: San Antonio

When San Antonio visitors venture beyond the River Walk area, they find a remarkable range of heritage tourism sites in a fascinating city that’s downright ancient by Texas standards.

Hispanic Heritage Sites in San Antonio

Formerly part of Mexico and Spain, Texas has deep Hispanic roots. Much of the food, entertainment, and celebrations Texans enjoy are part of its Hispanic heritage. Hispanics were among the original Texans—their history is Texas’ legacy. San Antonio is home to many Mexican American cultural attractions, making it the perfect destination to experience Hispanic culture.