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This was a very well-preserved mission but was lacking in the beautiful grounds like Mission San Jose. The walls surrounding this three hundred year-old compound are long gone.
We had a very interesting speaker inside the chapel who gave us a twenty-minute, detailed history of...More
Mission Concepcion is probably the best preserved mission on the trail. There are areas where you can still see the vibrant paint that decorated the entire mission and this allows visitors to better conceptualize what the structure looked like back in its heyday. Don't rush...More
Easily accessible from the Riverwalk via bike or scooter, Mission Concepcion is the best preserved example of the San Antonio missions and is still an active church. Smaller and more understated than Mission San Jose, it is still worth a visit.
Mission Concepcion is the northernmost Mission in the Mission National Historic Park. This is a very pretty Mission with a definite Spanish look. The grounds are immaculately kept and there is a grotto on the grounds that you can use for private prayers and intercession....More
This site has a small National Historic Park visitors center and guided tours are available. Plan on spending half an hour or so visiting this site. This Mission is the most well preserved of all the Missions on the trail. It is interesting to learn...More
The location is set on a large space, but the mission itself isn't too big to walk around and explore. There are places to stop and read more about the history and take nice pictures - the arches from the front entrance to the right...More
We visited this beautiful mission/church on Sunday February 10th around 4:00 pm (Closes at 5 We were fortunate to walk in on an informal lecture given by by a retired priest. He was talk was fascinating and lively as he told the history of the...More