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Founded in 1720, this Spanish frontier mission, the largest of the five San Antonio missions, is best known for its rose window. On Sundays, this Texas and U.S. National historic site offers a mariachi mass.
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I was in a tour group. There was a lot to see, but not enough time to read the signage. (I realize this happens in a group). The restoration work was good. Our guide explained why some of the restoration was historical and some was...More
This was one of the highlights of our trip to San Antonio. A very well preserved Mission and is still used today. Loved the creative way they use to grind their flour. This was part of our tour and would not have gone if it...More
We were in San Antonio to visit The Alamo and a local told us about this place and that it was worth the 10 minute ride. The Mission is off the beaten path in a quiet residential area. The grounds are in great condition and...More
We were 2 families, with 4 kids. We all loved exploring the Mission. The grounds were beautiful. There are rooms you can go in. It is still an active church, so I’d recommend you not go during service hours so that you can see inside...More
Mission San Jose is part of the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mission San Jose, which dates back to the early 1700s, is the most complete of the four missions that make up the park. Persons interested...More
Spend at least a couple of hours at this incredible mission and be sure you have an expert guide to lead you through and tell you the many layers of stories. You will see many remnants of the past and appreciate the architecture and design....More