Guadalupe was founded around 1900 by Yaqui Indians, who fled their homeland in Sonora to avoid oppression by the Mexican government of Porfirio Diaz. Since its founding, it has been known as a center of Yaqui culture and it is home to many religious festivals. Respectful visitors are welcome to observe these ceremonies, although photography during ceremonies is forbidden.
On the I-10, take exit 155 for Baseline Rd toward Guadalupe. Head East on Baseline Rd. and turn South on S Avenida Del Yaqui/S Priest Dr
Valley Metro Bus Lines 56 and 108 go through Guadalupe.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Church 5445 East Calle San Angelo Guadalupe, AZ 85283
Easter Festival. Yaqui dances, Easter ceremony, and a carnival in front of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church 5445 East Calle San Angelo Guadalupe, AZ 85283. Easter Sunday after Easter Mass. The farmer's market on the corner of Guadalupe, featuring fresh produce from local farms great prices.
Mercado Mexico 8212 South Avenida Del Yaqui, Guadalupe, AZ (480) 831-5925
Guadalupe Market 8207 South Avenida Del Yaqui Guadalupe, AZ 85283-1025 (480) 839-2759
Mission Market 8818 South Avenida Del Yaqui, Guadalupe, AZ 85283-2551 (480) 839-2038
Del Yaqui 9201 S. Del Yaqui Ave, Guadalupe, AZ (Inside Guadalupe Market) (480) 839-8170 delyaqui.com
San Diego Bay 9201 South Avenida Del Yaqui # 11, Guadalupe, AZ (Inside Guadalupe Market)(480) 839-2991 http://sandiegobayseafood.com/
Flores Bakery 8402 South Avenida Del Yaqui Guadalupe, AZ
South Mountain Community College Guadalupe Center 9233 S. Avenida Del Yaqui Guadalupe, AZ 85283
Guadalupe Branch Library 9241 S Avenida del Yaqui Guadalupe, AZ 85283 602-652-3000
Guadalupe is very close to Tempe, AZ and Phoenix, AZ. As well as Tempe Mills Mall North on Avenida Del Yaqui/Priest Dr