圣地牙哥传道院

圣地牙哥传道院(圣地亚哥)

圣地牙哥传道院
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上午8:00 - 下午4:30
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上午8:00 - 下午4:30
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星期四
上午8:00 - 下午4:30
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上午8:00 - 下午4:30
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Barbara A
15 条分享
Beautiful Cultural & Historic Site, But Missed Opportunity
2021年9月
The mission is lovely. The history is fascinating! Unfortunately, this site is not set up to meet the public in a way that one would expect of a historic relic after which the entire town seems to market itself.

We arrived on a Tuesday morning, and even after researching the visit online in advance, figuring out where to view the site was confusing. The "Visitor Center" is a gift shop, and the no-doubt underpaid clerk was unfriendly and seemed bothered by us being there. The "map" she provided was useless. We floundered around for half an hour or so before finding our way. There was no one around to welcome, guide, or talk to us.

The church is just beautiful as are the gardens and I was impressed with the old trees and the museum, once we located it.

I hope the mission receives sufficient funding so that its reputation as the historic and cultural treasure it is will be elevated to vie with other national historic sites.
撰写日期:2021年9月23日
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Mister-Markie
加利福尼亚圣拉斐尔2,808 条分享
Great visit to the first mission in Alta California
2021年8月
For as many decades as I have been coming to San Diego, this is the first time I have visited the inaugural mission of the Franciscan presence in Alta California.

The mission itself looks non-descript from the road, and belies its rich history in the Spanish development of what would become California.

The mission itself is typical of those missions that would follow: a church, a cloister where various shops and living areas would be set up, a local Indian village for housing those natives living by choice at the mission rather than in farther away communities, and lots of acres for agriculture and raising livestock. Today, only the church and a small example of the cloister remain.

The museum itself is in the grounds you walk upon, as so many did hundreds of years ago. The self-guided tour gives you a good idea of what this may have been like, and is well worth the admission.

Starting from a nice little gift shop, with friendly staff, you visit a replica of a bedroom and living area, then on to the church itself with many original artifacts. Be sure to read the guide pamphlet they give you, so you don't miss out on things like a painting of Saint Didacus - San Diego in Spanish - which has burn marks from the time some natives attacked the mission, killing a padre and two laymen. Or the crucifix above the altar, with a Christ who has no arms! Or, the grave of Padre Luis Jaime, who was the martyred Franciscan friar, and some of his other friar brothers. Or . . . well, you get the idea!

You then meander to another building, passing some really old cacti whose trunks are now like trees, bark and all - no knowing how many decades old they are, but the ones in Old Town are well over 100 years.

Then you come to a small museum proper, for the church is also a museum, and here you find some wonderful artifacts, many found during excavations on site.

Next, there is a small chapel outside the museum exit where you walk to the large courtyard - currently set up for outdoor masses. It's good to look at but rather unimpressive in its simplicity.

Walk around the courtyard, in the far corner are restrooms, a display of native housing structures and an area along the mission complex wall where you can see areas that have been excavated, revealing original adobe bricks and foundations for what was the cloistered living area. The signs are very useful for understanding what you are seeing, so don't skip them!

Lastly, you return to the gift shop where you began.

This whole journey can be done in an hour without rushing, but if you are like me and read everything, ponder, look around more and then move on, it can take two hours or more. No rush - it's stepping back in time, so take all the time you need!
撰写日期:2021年8月16日
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Alexandra T
加利福尼亚穆列塔1,717 条分享
Nicely restored mission
2021年6月
This was the first mission built in California. It is nicely restored and has a beautiful garden. There is a small entrance fee you can pay in the gift shop.
撰写日期:2021年7月9日
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Anna W
加利福尼亚里弗赛德45 条分享
Visit the 1st California Mission
2021年6月
This was a very pretty mission. You could tour it in about 1/2 hour. Self-guided tour with a map - very informative. Worth the stop.
撰写日期:2021年6月12日
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Carlos R
加利福尼亚莱克福里斯特130 条分享
Another mission
2020年3月 • 好友
I’ve been to several missions. This is the first mission. Other than that to me this was very much like all the others.
The hours given on trip advisor is for the gift shop. However I think that is the only way in except during Sunday mass.
撰写日期:2020年3月14日
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Mamjensen
加利福尼亚莫德斯托465 条分享
Beautifully Restored Mission!
2020年3月 • 夫妻情侣
We enjoyed our visit to the Mission which was the first one built by Fr. Serra in our state. It dates back to 1769 but has been almost completely rebuilt. The tour is self-guided and was easy to follow. The price of admission was very reasonable and the people were very nice. Fun way to spend some time on our visit to San Diego!
撰写日期:2020年3月10日
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MarkArmstrong2
北达科塔俾斯麦42 条分享
Faith of our Fathers, or in this case Padres. We should all know this history.
2020年3月
250 years ago Saint Junípero Serra y Ferrer, O.F.M., was a Roman Catholic Spanish priest and friar of the Franciscan Order who founded this first of 21 Spanish missions in California from San Diego to San Francisco, in what was then Alta California in the Province of Las Californias, New Spain.

The grounds are filled with information about the missions, the Franciscans who built the mission. The history is full of stories of sacrifice, faith, destruction and rebuilding over 250 years.

The Church is an active parish now with a school. More of us should understand the rich history here.

We rented bikes for the week we were staying in San Diego at the Hilton. We took the green trolley line from Gaslamp stop downtown to the Mission stop. It was a half mile from the trolley stop. Great way to get around the area.
撰写日期:2020年3月6日
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Gardengel-IoW
英国克劳利571 条分享
Friendly welcome
2020年2月
at this Mission. $3 entry for Seniors $5 otherwise. Given 3 different information leaflets.
Large but simple church and separate chapel. Large courtyard, one side of which is private dwelling. Nice fountain and large pepper trees, small museum.
Impressive five bell tower.
This is number one of the twenty one Mission and we saw 15 of them in three weeks! This one is worth a visit.
撰写日期:2020年3月2日
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CleopatraBunny
亚利桑那弗拉格斯塔夫1,568 条分享
First mission of 21 along the coast
2020年2月 • 好友
We love history and have been on a quest to see all 21 California missions, of which the is the first. Very nicely maintained with just enough exhibits to keep your interest. Popular with school groups, so you may be able to listen in for a bit of history while there. Plan about 30 minutes. Ample free parking.
撰写日期:2020年2月22日
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Gaboca2020
San Diego17 条分享
Beautiful mission
2019年6月
This is a must to visit if you want to understand the beginning of modern California. Small, donation based (~$3) mission with an active church. Stunning photo ops.
撰写日期:2020年1月13日
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