San Juan Bautista

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Cattle Brand of San Juan Bautista

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Cattle Brand of San Juan Bautista

Organ of San Juan Bautista

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Organ of San Juan Bautista

San Juan Bautista Church

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San Juan Bautista Church

Architectural Drawings

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Architectural Drawings
Architectural Drawings

Historic Drawings of San Juan Bautista

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Historic Drawings of San Juan Bautista
Historic Drawings of San Juan Bautista

Layout of San Juan Bautista

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Layout of San Juan Bautista

Native Americans of San Juan Bautista

Costanoan is a language family of California Native Americans who "lived in approximately 50 separate and politically autonomous nations or tribelets," according to Professor Richard Levy.

Address:
406 Second Street
Old Mission San Juan Bautista
San Juan Bautista, CA 95045

Phone:
Office: 831-623-2127
Gift Shop: 831-623-4528


San Juan Bautista

The 15th of the California Missions, founded June 24, 1797. San Juan Bautista offers the best opportunity to see and appreciate the California of 160 years ago. There are some 30 historic buildings in the 12-block area surrounding the Spanish Plaza (the only original one remaining in the state) including the Mission's original adobe manjerio (nunnery), since renamed Plaza Hall and the fomer cuartel (Soldier's barracks) retrofitted by Angelo Zanetta in 1858 as the Plaza Hotel.