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Calling all historians and travelers alike!! This place holds a very special place in my heart. When I was a little girl, about when was in the 4th or 5th grade our class took a field trip to this place. General Vallejo 's home and...More
I love visiting the missions built by the Spaniards here in California, and I've made it my mission to visit all of them. I've visited quite a few, some more spectacular than others, but this one was a real disappointment, right after Mission Buenaventura. They...More
When we walked near the mission, we had a shelter over our head. There was a bell outside as well.
The cost was 5$ per person and we could visit two other missions and the home of Vallejo.
We received the historical content via paper....More
The 21st and final mission I visited while on a motorcycle trip was Mission San Francisco Solano in Sonoma. The Mission was founded July 4, 1823 as the 21st, final and northernmost Mission. It was the only mission built in Northern California after Mexico gained...More
We stumbled upon this as the signage is too discrete. The inside does a good job of interpreting the history of this and the other missions in the Spanish Catholic archipelago of which this was the northernmost, as well as the the various political changes...More
This Mission was the last of 21 Missions in California, and my 21st Mission to visit. Conveniently located across from the town square, which is also historically significant. Sonoma is a great place to visit for a few days and there are other historical buildings....More