The mission is most impressive from the distance since it is largest structure in area. Restoration and repair seem to be ongoing. Worth a visit if you have time.
About Mission San Xavier del Bac
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Look, it was a nice church your if you are in tucson. We lived in California before we escaped the lefty loonies and liberal idiot taxes to move to no tax florida.. and this does not get near the beauty of the cali missions. Esp...More
You simply cannot visit Tucson and not visit the Mission! Easy to access and stunning views. We hiked up the small hill to enjoy the views of the valley as well. Highly recommend!
It's worth the visit & not far from downtown Tucson-right off of the exit. The Tohono music was quite soothing & there's a market in front of the church.
This was one of the best missions I have ever seen. The atmosphere inside was so spiritual. I enjoyed learning that every thing they placed on one side has either the exact same one the other side or a simulation of it.
To visit the mission is to step back in history and into a spiritual world. When we visited, there was a renovation team working to restore some of the minor woodwork and paint. It was good to see that the mission building is being preserved....More
The mission is quite a way out of town, seemingly in the middle of nowhere because it's on a reservation. It's truly beautiful. Also worth seeing are the shops run by Tohono O'Odham adjacent. I found tepary beans! And some really nice souvenirs.
What a beautiful building, and not too far off the main highway. Lots of great artifacts and history here. The place is definitely a find.