Historic Nogales Tours. Volume 1.
"We have a culture of our own," is what you'll hear from the heirs of Nogales pathfinders. The cultural fabric is woven from the strands of the cattle, commerce, retail, railroad, mining, military, and produce industries. And if the warp is industry, the weave is people. The city was a cultural vessel that embraced Asian, European, Mexican, Anglo-Saxon, Middle Eastern, and Black influences and, today, still lends depth to the tapestry of Nogales.
Your tour guide, Maestro Ochoa will escort you through the historic treasures of Nogales. He thrilled generations of Nogalians by showing up with his bicycle cart filled with candy each day after school. The famous cart, now on display in the Pimería Alta Museum, and, his store, El Charrito, can still be seen through layers of paint when you make the stop on Elm Street. Maestro Ochoa represents important strands of the Nogales fabric including innovation, commitment, and diversity.