Public and Adult Group Tours

West Side Stories: Navarro’s Tejano Treasure
Capacity: Up to 30 visitors
Timing: approximately 1 hour; Tuesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Cost: Adults: $4, seniors and students: $3, ages 6 and under, free

Step into the last remnant of the historically Mexican west side of San Antonio and learn about life in the old Laredito neighborhood. This unique adobe home belonged to Jose Antonio Navarro, one of two Tejanos to sign the Texas Declaration of Independence. During this self-guided experience, visitors will learn about the architecture, Navarro and his family, and the roles that Tejanos played in the Texas Revolution. Walk-ins only; advanced reservations are not needed.

School Tour

Revolutionary History at Casa Navarro 
Grades: 4th –7th 
Capacity: 10–60 students
Timing: 1 hour, Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Cost: $1 per student. One chaperone for every 20 students is free; additional adults are $3 per person.

Step back into 19th century San Antonio during a visit Casa Navarro, the homesite of Jose Antonio Navarro, one of two Tejanos to sign the Texas Declaration of Independence. Students will examine primary source documents and experience multi-sensory, hands-on exhibits. They’ll learn about the ever-changing political landscape of Revolution-era Texas, and the role Jose Antonio Navarro and other Tejanos played in the Texas Revolution and beyond.

Tour Reservations

Tour reservations should be made at least two weeks in advance by calling 210-226-4801, emailing, or completing this tour request form.

If your group is looking for a specialized tour experience, contact the site directly to inquire about customizing your tour.


Designated parking spots for visitors to Casa Navarro are available in the parking lot across from the entrance.   

Nearby Attractions 

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