Mission San Juan Capistrano
San Juan Capistrano, CA
(left: Mission Entrance; right: Soldiers Barracks Gallery, photos ©John Hazeltine 1999)
Temporary art exhibitions are held in Mission San Juan Capistrano's historic Soldiers Barracks, California's second oldest building. Built in 1791, the Soldiers Barracks houses the Barracks Gallery, home of the art exhibitions, and a second exhibit room. (left: Side Entrance to Soldiers Barracks Gallery, 1999, photo ©John Hazeltine 1999)
To reach Mission San Juan Capistrano, take Interstate 5 to the Ortega Highway exit to San Juan Capistrano. Mission address: 31522 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92693 (Ortega at Camino Capistrano).
For hours and admission fees please see the Mission's website.
Be sure to read RL's article Mission San Juan Capistrano: An Artistic Legacy.
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