While this is one park, is it spread over quite a distance and you need to drive between areas. Accessibility varies in each loaction. San José shows visitors how all missions might have looked over 250 years ago. It also houses the park’s Visitor Center, making it an ideal jumping off point or the only place you visit. A wheelchair is available for loan. Restrooms are accessible. Ranger-led tours at Mission San Jose are on the paved paths of the mission. The park’s 23-minute video is captioned and shown at the park’s Visitor Center daily. Captions are available in English and Spanish. Braille or large print brochures are available at the Visitor Center. The Visitor Center has a relief map of the San Antonio River Valley as well as tactile exhibits of each mission church facade and compound.
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