I'm so glad I was able to see this mission. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to go inside because we were too late. Still it's a beautiful mission that inspired so many beautiful works of art. It's worth a visit if you're in the area.
About San Francisco de Assisi Mission Church
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Yes, this is the church that Georgia O'Keeffe painted. They have Sunday services - one in Spanish and one in English. We attended the 10am service in English. The sermon/homily was very well thought out. Photos are not permitted in the church, but you can...More
We stopped at this church on our way from Taos to Santa Fe. There is plenty of parking in the plaza outside. The church is beautiful. Well maintained with a gorgeous interior. Free to enter. The shops around the plaza were all closed and boarded...More
Yes the roof is adobe brick laid over timber. Build in a 30 year period in the late 1700s. This mission is not actually in Taos but in Ranchos de Taos, a few miles south of Taos Plaza. Paintings and photographs by famous artist such...More
The church is pretty. Not spectacular, but it's quite pretty. The architecture is nice and the courtyard in front of the entrance is pretty.
I love this place, it’s calming. I visit every time I come to the area. The sense of history and reverence is everywhere. Even if you are not Catholic, it’s a nice place to visit. The architecture and statues on the property are simple and...More
This was part of our tour we took on the High Road to Taos. It was a beautiful church made of the true adobe which we were told takes 500 people a week to redo it every single year. We did not go inside but...More
The roads to and from Taos to Santa Fe are said to essentially end in the same place - the well-known San Francisco de Asis Church. It is located where the Low Road and the High Road more or less meet (it's a couple of...More
We stopped here during our trip to Taos and it was my favorite part. Luckily no one else was there at the time inside or out, so we were able to take some great pictures of the outside.