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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Location

228 S. Laredo St. 
San Antonio, TX 78207 
210-226-4801 
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Hours

Tuesday to Sunday
10 a.m.–4:30 p.m. 

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Tickets

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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Programs

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. 

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Event Rentals

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

Casa Navarro in the Blog

Chicano Art in San Antonio

Learn about the life of famed San Antonio artist Jesse Treviño in this Texas history webinar hosted by Casa Navarro State Historic Site.

A Land So Strange: Cabeza de Vaca’s Journey Across Sixteenth Century America

On October 8, 2020, Casa Navarro State Historic Site hosted a virtual discussion between site manager Georgia Ruiz Davis and author Andrés Reséndez. They discussed Reséndez's book, A Land So Strange: The Epic Journey of Cabeza de Vaca.

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.