This is a lovely Mission, and the audio tour really enhances the visit. While the audio does a great job of describing the Mission, it does sanitize some of the realities of the life of the Native peoples whose lives and traditions were turned upside down. However, the historical significance of this and the other Missions cannot be ignored. It is a significant part of California history. Adults and children alike will enjoy this. You can spend 2 - 3 hours here.
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