The Patagonia Museum

THE PATAGONIA MUSEUM 100 SCHOOL STREET October through May: Thursday, Friday, Saturday  2 pm to 4 pm June through September: Friday and Saturday    10:30 am to 12:30 pm Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas OTHER TIMES BY REQUEST CALL/EMAIL GERMAN QUIROGA: 520-343-5641 BOB OLLERTON: 520-288-1873 The Patagonia Museum (TPM) is a […]

Pena Blanca Lake

This medium-sized body of water fills 49 acres of Peña Blanca Canyon in the Pajarito Mountain foothills of Nogales. Surrounded by grassy, oak-dotted hills, some of which are topped with bluffs of limestone, Peña Blanca Lake is a popular recreation spot for visitors from both Nogales, Arizona and Mexico, just […]

Patagonia Butterfly Garden

World renown by birding enthusiasts, Patagonia also attracts hundreds of colorful butterfly species which migrate through the area during the warmer months. Built with generous donations from local citizens and organizations, the Patagonia Butterfly Garden, located on the south side of the Town Park, is a haven for these beautiful […]

Buffalo Gals

The artful and edgy Buffalo Gals–barely restrained within the walls of Sonoita Hardware–is known for its unique one of a kind and boutique quality gifts ranging in price from less than $10 to nearly $1,000. Wearable art and unusual accessories abound. Greeting cards from hilarious to sentimental, fragrant candles, exotic silk […]

Creative Spirit Artists

Phone: 520-394-2100  Web: Since 2005, Creative Spirit Artists Gallery has represented local artists in the Borderlands area of Southern Arizona.  Fine art, photography, sculpture, crafts, collage, jewelry, fiber art, tatting, leather work, and wood work creations are just a sampling of what awaits our visitors.  An eclectic assortment of the […]

Wild Horse Restaurant

The Wild Horse Restaurant—previously known as The Home Plate— is located at 309 W. McKeown, within the Stage Stop Inn. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the Wild Horse serves American favorites, AZ-MEX specialties, house-made tortilla chips, and tasty options for vegans and vegetarians. Beer, wine and margaritas available. Breakfast Hours: Daily […]

High Spirits Flutes

Phone:  (800) 394-1524 Web: High Spirits Flutes, along with founder Odell Borg, is proud to be a member of the Patagonia community which has supported the numerous artists and craftsmen that make Patagonia their home.  In 1996 Odell discovered Patagonia and realized that it would be an ideal place for inspiration […]

Nizhoni Ranch Gallery

Offering the Finest in Contemporary & Historic Navajo Weaving and other Select American Indian Art Forms. Steve Getzwiller is a leading authority on Navajo textiles. He has been a collector, trader, and collaborative-innovator of Navajo weaving for over 30 years. He has encouraged Navajo artists to weave designs that stretch […]

Patagonia Creative Arts Association

The Patagonia Creative Arts Association is a non-profit center that offers programming in all areas of the arts. Founded in 1999, Patagonia Creative Arts provides classes, workshops, and open studios for both children and adults. Its goals are to connect the community through hands-on activities and provide a safe and […]

Santa Cruz Foundation for the Performing Arts

Santa Cruz Foundation for the Performing Arts P.O. Box 875, Patagonia, AZ 85624 1-888-202-1942 The Santa Cruz Foundation for the Performing Arts is dedicated to – Presenting the Santa Cruz River Valley community with new and exciting ways of experiencing the performing arts: theater, dance, music, opera and […]

Red Mountain Foods

Open 7 days a week, there’s always something ripe and ready to eat. If it’s fresh produce and natural foods you seek, Red Mountain Foods will meet your craving. This friendly grocery store has been a Patagonia institution since 1981, and supplies the community with a full line of quality produce–much […]

Arizona Trail

Just three miles outside of Patagonia is one several places in the area to access to the historic Arizona Trail, which runs Mexico to Utah. Take Harshaw Road east of Patagonia about 3 miles, until you see the Arizona Trail sign. Park and cross the road to the north side […]