Permits are required for all commercial photography, commercial filming, portrait photography, and some other activities. Are you looking to take bridal portraits, engagement portraits, or quincinera photos at the park? Begin the permitting process by downloading the application:
It is the policy of the National Park Service to allow Special Uses that are not in conflict with law or policy; will not result in derogation of the values and purposes for which the park was established; do not present a threat to public safety or property; and do not unduly interfere with normal park operations, resource protection, or visitor use. Additionally, it is the policy of San Antonio Missions National Historical Park to issue commercial filming, commercial photography and non-commercial still photography permits when the activity is consistent with the protection and public enjoyment of park resources.
These guidelines have been established by the Superintendent of San Antonio Missions for managing commercial filming, commercial photography, and non-commercial photography.
Use of Park areas for First Amendment activities also requires a permit.
First Amendment Permit Application
Last updated: September 23, 2019