Informative, interesting and FREE. You will learn a lot about the Spanish missionary settlement of Texas.
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If you like history then the missions trail is for you. Take a step back in time and get to know southern Texas past.
The missions were great if you like history (which we do) and provided some unique perspective on the history of our country and the state of Texas! Mission San Jose was my favorite.
After visiting The Alamo on our first day in San Antonio, we took on the other four missions a few days later. Mission San Jose and San Juan were our favorites, but, since we had the time and the missions were not very far apart,...More
My family and I biked the Mission Trail last month on our vacation. This was a great way to see not only the missions but the parks along the way. It was a hot day but with the frequent stops, we were able to do...More
Our family [Grandpa (64), Grandma (63), Self (43), Son (21), Son (14)] visited in July in 97 degree heat. The missions were beautiful, had lovely shaded areas to rest in, and was well-preserved. On Sunday morning, the Mission holds morning mass and the Sunday Mariachi...More
there are green street lights with banners for the missions trail thru San Antonio...follow them and they will guide you to each stop
If you are from Texas you definitely need to visit these missions. I think the four other missions are forgotten and overlooked because of the Alamo. The guides are there to answer questions. There are a couple of gift shops and great walking trails. In...More