The mission never disappoints. The outside setting is truly beautiful and the inside of the mission is truly a work of art.
About Mission San Xavier del Bac
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When arriving search out the on site docent for a free tour, it's well worth it, only about 1/2 hour but full of great information about the Mission. Then take the time to stroll the Mission property, lots of history in this church established in...More
This active mission south of Tuscon was well-worth a visit - the art and architecture were interesting and very different. We were fascinated by the practice of putting clothing on the statues and also by the many statuettes that were brought as offerings. So different...More
We go to the mission every few months to walk around and get some frybread. It is beautiful inside and quite well preserved, definitely worth a visit as it is not far from the city and easy to locate. Also, you can support some of...More
This is one of the can't-miss highlights of a visit to Tucson. It is the oldest still-active mission church in the US, and hence quite different from the California missions dating from about the sme period. Besides the mission church and the adjacent building, be...More
restoration came out great. We love to visit often. If you are really curious to see what it used to look like rent The Lone Ranger and the lost city of gold. The mission appears near the beginning of the movie.
My wife and I always attempt to attend a Catholic Mass every week, including while we travel. Searching for a Saturday Vigil Mass, we stumbled upon Mission San Xaviar del Bac. My wife and I first visited the Mission shortly after we were married 27...More