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Mission San Xavier del Bac

4,289 Reviews

Mission San Xavier del Bac

4,289 Reviews
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agioe wrote a review Yesterday
Indianapolis, IN198 contributions114 helpful votes
A nice place we stopped at on our way to Tubac. Vendors in the lot selling a variety of fry breads and other specialities. Stations of the cross. Excellent view from the top. Beautiful old mission to explore and experience.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Dan G wrote a review Nov 2020
Vail, Arizona321 contributions44 helpful votes
Although we were limited as to where we could look around the property enough to enjoy the historic value of this mission.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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JimmyJackk wrote a review Nov 2020
San Marcos, California4,586 contributions17,009 helpful votes
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The Mission is open with social distancing and mask requirements. Large area with shops and food spots. Mission was free to enter fairly small inside but beautiful.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Carole K wrote a review Nov 2020
Lufkin, Texas3 contributions
We spent the afternoon walking around and through this amazing place. It’s a National Historic Landmark! It has amazing statuary and mural paintings. Father Kino chose the site, and it was completed in 1797. A restoration has been completed since I last visited, and it’s still an active Catholic Church (which surprised me), although covid has affected everything. Call before you go!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Jeanette wrote a review Nov 2020
San Diego, California9 contributions
Such a beautiful mission church and unexpected in it’s beauty. Full viewing was not allowed because of COVID restrictions which was a shame as I just wanted to stay awhile and be closer to the altar. The history was truly amazing as it predates the California Missions. Beautiful architectural structure!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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