Mission Dolores Basilica

Local nameMission Dolores Basilica
LocationSan Francisco, USA

Built in 1776, this historic mission is the oldest surviving building in San Francisco. It was established by the Spanish and named Misión San Francisco de Asís (after the Christian Saint - Francis of Assisi).

Mission Dolores Parish consists of two main buildings - the Old Mission and the imposing Mission Dolores Basilica (which was built in 1918). Apart from visiting the basilica and the Old Mission, you can also visit the peaceful gardens or the cemetery where many important citizens of San Francisco are buried.

Since it is an active Catholic church, be sure to check the official website before your visit. During Christian events, it might be closed to the public.

Tags 360° ContentPlace of WorshipHistorical BuildingChristianRoman CatholicBasilicaColonial ArchitectureReligious MuseumSpanish Colonial Revival ArchitectureCatholic
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Opening hours

May - Oct: 9 am - 4:30 pm
Nov - Apr: 9 am - 4 pm

Admission

There is no official admission fee but small donation is suggested.

Adults: $7
Seniors, students: $5

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mission_San_Francisco_de_Asís

Official website http://www.missiondolores.org/

Email parish@missiondolores.org

Phone +1 415 621 8203

Address Dolores Street, San Francisco

Coordinates 37°45'51.753" N -122°25'37.163" E

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