Welcome and Bienvenidos
La Expedición de Anza, 1775 is an outdoor cultural history park located in Tucson, Arizona. Learn more about our intentions, our process, and the design elements that make this project so unique.
La Expedición de Anza has been made possible thanks to a diverse and engaged group of organizations, institutions and individuals. Learn more about us, our partners and what we stand for.
In 1775, Juan Bautista de Anza led some 240 men, women, and children through Tucson on their way to establish the first non-Native settlement at San Francisco Bay. Today, the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail connects the history and culture of a shared international identity.
What’s new with La Expedición de Anza 1775?
A new Tucson park, La Expedición de Anza 1775, is open to the public.Located at 850 West Speedway Boulevard, Tucson, the park is within the Santa CruzRiver Park of Pima County. It is situated between the Santa Cruz River and theArizona School for the Deaf and Blind, with a public entrance on West SpeedwayBlvd. TheContinue reading “Cultural History Park for All Abilities Opens in Tucson”
Visit La Expedición de Anza, 1775 Park!
LEA is now officially open to the public! Come by to see the work done by our community partners and experience the LEA for yourself!