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La Mission de San Ignacio was a beautiful piece of architecture and they best part is that it's entire grounds are being used. It's not an a museum piece... it's a church, school, nunnery, etc. The activity in and around this building is fabulous. The...More
This place is pretty cool to visit. I appreciated that the informational signage was in both English and Spanish. Very helpful, since my Spanish is poor ;) The church has a nice native cactus area with signage as well. This place is worth a look.
If you are passing through San Ignacio you definitely want to stop to see the historic mission in the center of town. Built in the early 18th century it has classic mission architecture and informative interpretative panels in both English and Spanish. We were there...More
The mission is beautiful and seems to be well taken care of. The inside and outside look the same as they did 25 years ago. They do a pretty good job of keeping it up. It still is an active church and I have gone...More
The mission has a significant role in Mexican history, given the influence of both the Dominican and Jesuit orders that were responsible for its creation and development in the 1700's. However, I was dismayed that the Mission is not adequately maintained in contrast to the...More
Great place, very well conserved. Amazing how they build this place in that time with only stones an local materials and it has stood the test of time. Very well worth the visit to learn more about baja Missions an Father Kino "adventures"
This Jesuit Mission has been in use ever since it was built and its preserved well. The structure sits in front of the main square. It has a lot of shade from the enormous trees. Take time to visit nearby lake and walk through the...More
We unfortunately missed a whale watching tour due to strong winds. We were invited to join another group touring the mission. A very nice girl that works at the restaurant next door was our guide and spoke good English. We followed the resident priest who...More