Date of Visit: May 27, 2012
Mission San Jose was the mission we spent the most time at while visiting the different missions that are part of the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. While we were not able to go inside the actual church part of the mission due to an event going on, unlike Mission San Juan there still was plenty to walk around and see.
The paths around the Mission are paved and there are ramps for getting down in the area near the back of the church. It was not exactly enjoyable to walk/roll around and visit, as it was a typical hot summer day. However, it was still interesting to be able to see how it really was a community and military fortress, since this is the most preserved/restored of the missions. One area you could go in interested Mik the post, as you could see out the holes for guns.
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park - Mission San Jose
San Antonio, TX 78214