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Built in the 1700s, this recently restored white adobe church, representing a wonderful example of Spanish colonial architecture, is beautiful inside and out, with colorful frescoes, sculptures and carvings.
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So much history, art, religion, beauty, tales and heart in one place. This mission is a must see if you're in the Tucson area. Read about it first or take a docent guided tour to get the full experience. Sanctuary is open daily until 5...More
This Mission is a fully restored Mission and is a must see in the Tucson area. It has a great gift shop also. Here is a great extra treat. Since the Mission is on the Indian reservation there are 5 or six Native American Families...More
Beautiful mission from the olden days of the West. This is located on reservation land and lots of great native food for sale in the stalls outside in the parking lot.
We didn't get to do the tour (small kids), but would recommend it. There...More
We had the privilege of attending an evening Mass here and we are very sorry we didn't plan to arrive at least an hour early so we could visit the grounds and gift shop to learn more about the history of this beautiful church.
It helps with one's understanding if you schedule your trip to take advantage of the docent led tours; you can find this information on their website. There is so much history surrounding this place and its building and they are doing all they can to...More