Sosa-Carrillo-Frémont House Museum
Located in: Tucson Convention Center District
Phone: (520) 628-5774
The Sosa-Carrillo-Frémont House is a historic adobe house from the 1870s that is an excellent example of Sonoran and Territorial architecture and has strong ties to some of Tucson’s earliest and most prominent pioneers. The house is currently being managed by Borderlands Theater.
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In the shadow of the Tucson Convention center is this beautiful gem of history tucked away and wonderfully preserved. It's a small home but has a very interesting history and the significance of...
The guidebooks said it should be open. Drove an hour only to find it closed and locked. No signs telling why. Very disappointed. I peeked over the wall and the courtyard looked nice. I am a history...
Nice piece of history
This is a good example of Spanish Mission architecture. Basically a home spit in two with a very wide corridor down the middle. Very good docent led tour. You really get a sense of what life was like...