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Founded in 1720, this Spanish frontier mission, the largest of the five San Antonio missions, is best known for its rose window. On Sundays, this Texas and U.S. National historic site offers a mariachi mass.
All reviews rose window visitor center mariachi mass park ranger living quarters active church guided tour native americans gift shop beautiful church great history lots of history texas history worth the trip piece of history great place to visit walk around
We visited all 5 missions. Very glad that we saw them all. The Alamo was awesome, but we actually enjoyed the 4 other Missions more. There were a small fraction of the crowds and the walls around the forts were still up. It gave us...More
If you get a chance to visit San Antonio you must take a tour of the missions the largest being San Jose mission!
What a great way to teach the younger generations about culture and history. They even have bikes that you can take a...More
We visited 4 of the 5 missions on the Mission trail, and after the Alamo this was our favourite. Seems to be in better condition than some of the other missions. Lots to learn and some nice photo opportunities. Worth the visit
This is an impressive structure. Massive walls and arches. Grounds are well kept. There a church that is still used. I was not able to visit the church when there because they were having a mass at that time.
My husband and I rented bikes and road from mission to Mission. We had a great day oh, and it was the first week of December and almost 80 degrees! People were out and about all over.
We started at the visitor center were the...More