Mission Trails Historic Sites

Mission Trails Historic Sites Overview

Mission Trails Historic Sites

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The Mission Trails hike-and-bike system, originally conceived in 1993, provides pedestrian, bicycle, and vehicular routes that link San Antonio’s five Spanish colonial missions: San Antonio de Valero (the Alamo), Concepcion, San Jose, San Juan, and Espada.

Commercial, Institutional & Industrial History

The Mission Trails route is adjacent to a number of important historic businesses, institutions, and industrial sites...

Historic Districts & Neighborhoods

San Antonio boasts a large number of locally or nationally designated historic districts, from commercial districts downtown to many significant historic neighborhoods...

Individual Historic Sites

In addition to the five missions, there are a wide variety of other historic sites located along the Mission Trails system...

Landscape & Leisure History

San Antonio grew rapidly in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries...

Missions

The Mission Trails hike and bike trail includes San Antonio’s five Spanish colonial missions...

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MISSIONS

MISSION TRAIL HISTORIC SITES

PREHISTORY/HISTORY

HISTORIC DISTRICTS

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