Plan Your Visit

Mission San Jose church and convento buildings against a pink sunset
Visit Mission San Jose, the Queen of the Missions, and check out our Visitor Center while you're there. Ranger-led programs at Mission San Jose are usually at 10 am, 11 am, 2 pm and 3 pm Mon-Sun at Mission San Jose.

Photo by Artists-in-Residence Jenny & James Tarpley of JT FineArt. NPS Photo.

One Park. Four Missions.

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park embodies nearly 300 years of rich history and culture. Within the park grounds, four separate mission sites offer recreation opporunities for the whole family. Step back in time while never leaving the city at Mission San Jose, Mission Concepcion, Mission San Juan, and Mission Espada.

All four of the mission sites at San Antonio Missions National Historical Park also still contain active catholic parishes. The churches hold regular services in these historic buildings. They are open to park visitors during park hours, except for during special services, such as weddings and funerals.

Whether you plan to visit just one mission or all four, we hope this information will help you plan your adventure.

Visit San Antonio!

San Antonio is a city of deep roots and vibrant culture, located in the heart of South Texas. In the early 1800s, the city grew around the missions along the San Antonio River. San Antonio Missions National Historical Park is located just 10 minutes south of downtown San Antonio. Learn more about the city of San Antonio and other recreational opportunities that the city has to offer at Visit San Antonio.

Plan Your Trip to the Missions


Last updated: March 23, 2022

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San Antonio, TX 78210


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