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Mission San Juan

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9101 Graf Rd, San Antonio, TX 78214-3625
+1 210-932-1001
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Well Preserved Mission - interesting info from National Park Service

Well Preserved Mission, interesting information onsite from NPS. Easy to get to via bus route or... read more

Reviewed May 5, 2017
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
great place

this was a great place to visit i enjoyed this mission very much a lot to see an learn i would... read more

Reviewed May 3, 2017
Martinsburg, West Virginia
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Franciscan Mission established in 1731 and an historical attraction along the Mission Trail in San Antonio.
  • Excellent53%
  • Very good35%
  • Average10%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible0%
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“white church” (7 reviews)
“bell tower” (4 reviews)
“second stop” (4 reviews)
9101 Graf Rd, San Antonio, TX 78214-3625
+1 210-932-1001
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Reviewed May 5, 2017

Well Preserved Mission, interesting information onsite from NPS. Easy to get to via bus route or uber. Serene location without the Alamo tourists. Shows history of Franciscan Missions.

Thank CMF568
Reviewed May 3, 2017

this was a great place to visit i enjoyed this mission very much a lot to see an learn i would recommend this

Thank beckyjp54
Reviewed April 20, 2017

This one is another of the four missions along the Mission trail. You can visit all of them in a half a day easy if you are driving. Pretty cool to see whats left from a place that was built in the 1700's

Thank Lynn F
Reviewed April 19, 2017 via mobile

This is one of the smaller missions, but if you want to experience all the missions while learning the history of Texas and how Texas came to be. If you go to one mission and have time, I would visit them all. They are not...More

Thank Susan H
Reviewed April 16, 2017

This one is a little smaller then some of the others but is still cool. It is a little out of the way but worth the trip if you like history.

Thank Chad K
Reviewed April 12, 2017

This mission is very beautiful and has an interesting location. There is a walking path in front of the mission and a short, easy trail in the back. We enjoyed out visit and learned about the role of the missions in Texas.

Thank CKT808
Reviewed April 12, 2017

The church at this mission is strikingly different with its 3 bell tower and stark white exterior. The door was locked and we were unable to enter. There is a small visitor area with history display.

Thank just1backpack
Reviewed April 8, 2017

The building of the limestone church y with it's Spanish colonial Baroque architecture began in 1768. At that time there were 350 Indians residing in 84 two room apartments. The church of Mission San Jose came to be known as the "Queen of the Missions."...More

Thank sydette
Reviewed April 3, 2017

A very neat little place to visit. Very quiet and serene. Lots to learn about the history of Texas before it was Texas.

Thank turbotrevor
Reviewed March 28, 2017 via mobile

Mission San Juan was our second stop while visiting the 4 missions in the national historic park. It has the smallest church but the white exterior is very striking. I wish we had taken the time to see the nature trail and the creek behind...More

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