Located in Sonoma State Historic Park, the mission was the 21st, last, and northernmost mission in Alta California. It was the only mission built in Alta California after Mexico gained independence from Spain. The difficulty of its beginning demonstrates the confusion resulting from that change in governance. Wikipedia.
It houses historical exhibits, an art exhibition, museum chapel and courtyard while the Sonoma Barracks across the street houses additional historic exhibits among several museum rooms along with our association’s bookstore and gift shop. The Vallejo Home has furnishings of the Vallejo family, historic and serene gardens, a reservoir and a Visitor Center and Museum in the adjacent “Chalet”.
Visitors to the park can also stroll through the streets surrounding the town’s historic central plaza or travel via the city’s hike and bike path on the west side.
Address: 114 E Spain St, Sonoma, CA 95476
Hours: Due to the pandemic, the interior maybe closed to the public.
Website: For more information, http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=479.