Don't come here expecting video games or special FX, this is truly a walk through an old Mission, there is so much history in this one space. I took my son and 2 other kids for their 6th grade mission project. They had to build the mission model and do a report as a team. So my son asked the teacher if they could do a video report. So we took our camcorder, the kids each had 10 questions, they wanted to include in video, and they walked through and did a video tour, and interviewed the workers there. One even let them all try on the old uniforms and get a great cover photo for their report, in uniforms and holding the old riffles. My advice is bring a picnic and go to the Sonoma town square park before or after. Or there is also the Cheese factory, right on the corner in the town square, that has great food to bring to the park. If you want to make it a full adventure day for the kids, here is what we do... We go to Train town in the morning, before it is busy and hot, then we go to the Cheese Factory and get a picnic to eat in the park, and end the day at the Sonoma Mission (which is on the corner by the cheese factory) and we take the kids on a walk, back in time, through the Mission. They will learn more on this adventure day, then months of TV ;) enjoy. By the way, they got an A+ on that report :)
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