Really enjoyed the trip to this mission. There is a lot of information and exhibits. The grounds are massive and you can spend 3-4 hours exploring. Parking is free and the gift shop has many inexpensive souvenirs.
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We visited the Mission San Jose on Sunday, with the anticipation of going to the noon Mariachi Mass. We arrived early and was able to get a seat for this beautiful, passionate Mass. The singing and music was touching and I'll never forget the feeling...More
We stumbled across this mission when we were looking for something else. We were pleasantly surprised. It was beautiful. The chapel was very beautiful. Looked like the alter artwork and sculptures had been recently restored.
So glad we chose to visit this mission since it is the most complete one in san antonio. Beautiful location and a great way to see how they lived.
This mission had a small museum and a film from the park service that was well made and informative. There's also historical information in some of the buildings. The site is in good shape although there's more original stuff at Concepcion. If you have time...More
There are several Missions in San Antonio, but if you have time for one, besides The Alamo, go to this one is amazingly beautiful. There is a movie that runs every 30min, very well done, Bring your camera and enjoy the place.! If you have...More
We walked around the property and thought of olden years and the people who must have lived in the area. Wonderful for history buffs.
We thought all the Missions would be the same, but they are not. It is easy to see all five on the same day, and I would certainly recommend that you do.