Two free events take place Saturday at Park Place, 5870 E. Broadway, to celebrate Hunger Action Month and Architecture Week 2013.
The West University Neighborhood tour includes the Ronstadt House, a two-story stucco home designed by Trost and Rust. It was built in 1904 for Federico and Lupe Ronstadt.
El Presidio Neighborhood tour passes by the J. Knox Corbett House, built in 1908 in the Mission Revival style. The home is now part of the Tucson Museum of Art complex.
The Julian Drew block, at 178 E. Broadway, is in the heart of downtown. It's included on one of four Sunday architectural tours by bicycle or on foot with an eye for what Tucson looked like 100 years ago.
The Barker Bros. Warehouse is on East Toole Avenue, near the railroad tracks. One of the four Sunday tours - this one a walking tour - will cover the Warehouse District. Architect Corky Poster will lead the tour.
Bicycle and walking tours of five downtown areas this weekend will introduce you to the historic architecture of Tucson.