My wife and I rented the San Antonio Bicycles for the day and rode from downtown along the SA river trail and visited all four of the missions south of the Alamo. This was a spectacular leisurely ride that took most of the day. What...More
About San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
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Lots of history to see in Sa, if you've got a way to visit all 5 of the historic old Spanish missions that San Antonio has to offer, do it, you'll be glad you did.
The five missions of the San Antonio Missions National Park: San Antonio, San Jose, Concepcion, San Juan, and Espada are in addition to composing a well kept National Park an Unesco World Heritage Site. The missions are in differing degrees of restoration. Four are located...More
If you appreciate learning about history, and every citizen should, the San Antonio Missions offer a great tour of early Texas history. Read the signs and follow the suggested route. Great place for photography enthusiasts.
The San Antonio Missions National Park is fabulous. It is centered on Mission San Jose, one of the most complete missions. Here you get an idea of what ot was like to live in central Texas in the early 1800's. Take the ranger tour.
This group for four historic missions are well worth the adventure. It could be a full day if you walk/bike the Mission Trail (separate reviewed activity) or a half day of you drive to each. Free, ample parking at every mission. No admission fee. Each...More
A trip to San Antonio should include the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. This includes Mission San Jose, Mission Concepcion, Mission San Juan, and Mission Espada. They are magnificent and free to see. My husband and I visited on a Thursday afternoon. The National...More
There is only a small piece left - but the guides are very proud of their place in history. Tours are well done, lots of work being done so plan on coming back in a few years to get a new look. Plan ahead, tours...More