Texas Hill Country Trail Region

Participant in the Texas Historical Commission's
Texas Heritage Trails Program

San Antonio: Casa Navarro State Historic Site

Casa Navarro State Historic Site, a Texas Historical Commission property, is situated in the heart of old San Antonio, in what used to be a thriving Tejano neighborhood known as Laredito. The original house complex was the residence of Texas patriot José Antonio Navarro (1795–1871), a rancher, merchant, leading advocate for Tejano rights, and one of only two native-born Texans to sign the Texas Declaration of Independence. Navarro first bought the property, about 1.5 acres, in 1832. The limestone, caliche block, and adobe structures were built circa 1832–1855, and Navarro moved onto the property soon after.

Today, visitors can experience Navarro's original one-story, white-washed adobe and limestone house—a fine example of early San Antonio domestic architecture—and explore Navarro's historical contributions, stories, and legacies through new, multi-sensory and hands-on exhibits.

Watch our Casa Navarro video to learn more about the history of Texas Independence.  This video was produced for inclusion in our Texas: Forged of Revolution mobile tour found in our Texas Time Travel Tours mobile app. Download the app for more videos and travel information:


  • 228 S. Laredo St.
  • San Antonio, Texas
  • 78207


Hours & Fees

  • Tuesday–Saturday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. and Sunday, 12–5 p.m.

  • Adults: $4, Youth (Ages 6-18), Students w/ID, and adult tour groups: $3 per person, Children (Ages 5 and under): Free
    School groups: $1 per student (reservations required)

Map & Directions

Visitors can access Casa Navarro from either Interstate 37 or Interstate 35. The site is located on the corner of S. Laredo and W. Nueva Streets.