I loved this mission...Absolutely beautiful...the architecture is incredible..me loving photography..it was a gem. While touring..butterflies were migrating such made it more magical.
About Mission San Jose
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We didn't know much about this mission, but Helen provided an amazing tour and really brought this site to life. Totally worth the trip.
Mission San Jose is best viewed when you have plenty of time to spend exploring. The Mission, like most in America, was used as both church, fortress, garrison and farm for "converts." The Indian quarters and cooking chimneys are in great condition and give a...More
I love going to missions because of their interesting history. I was only able to visit here for 30 min since the missions close promptly at 5 pm. I would recommend a longer visit to explore the visitor center as well as explore the grounds....More
I love this mission for its look and feel of what it was originally. The church, buildings, granary, and the walls forming the expansive enclosure. A beautiful historic World Heritage Site. You can sense the faith.
This is one of the larger missions in San Antonio, so we spent about an hour and a half. But we could have stayed longer. We enjoyed walking the property and learning about the history, but also enjoyed the short video in the visitors center....More
This was one of three Missions that we visited during a recent trip to San Antonio. Mission San José is known as the Queen of the Missions. This is the largest of the missions and was almost fully restored to its original design in the...More
To me is not boring the old churches and cathedrals, love them because of the work and details they have to offer everyone that visits is breathtaking