San Juan Bautista State Park
March 27th, 2017
A friend suggested we go and check out the Mission and State Park in San Juan Bautista. So a quick drive over there and we found free parking in the cute little historic town. We paid the $3 fee to go into the State Park area where there are several buildings. To quote from the State Park page
"The park includes several structures built in the 1800s. The four main historic museums are the Plaza Hotel, the House/Plaza Hall, the Plaza Stables, and the Castro-Breen Adobe. Many of the interiors are furnished vignettes or colorful and informative exhibits that help create a unique learning environment for people of all ages. The park also features a blacksmith shop, the historic jail, and an early American settler’s cabin."
|Outside the Zanetta House|
|The Zanetta House|
|Right on the San Andreas fault|
|Gate to the graveyard|
|Inside the mission|
|I wonder how many people have walked on these flagstones. In the front of the mission church|
|Looking down the aisle.|
|The entry door|
|Holy water at the door|
|The verandah of the mission buildings|
Thanks for following along. I am going to make a separate post of the State Park museum area. Stay tuned.