VISITOR INFORMATION AND TICKETS
Visit Mission San Juan Capistrano historic landmark and museum.
The whole family will enjoy budget-friendly activities, experiencing culture and history in many ways- from audio tours to educational tour booklets, fun exhibits and historical re-enactments.
I-5 Freeway/Ortega Highway Construction
Effective September - November 2014
View map for closures and easy detours to the Mission
|Limited Time Offers!
Free Guided Tour or Free Fish Food/Mission Map
See a snapshot of California’s history by touring our museum exhibits in both our museum rooms and throughout our 10-acre grounds of gardens, fountains and adobe preserved architecture. Most of our on-going events and exhibits are included in the price of admission.
|General Admission Prices
Adults: $9 (includes free audio tour)
Seniors: $8 (includes free audio tour)
Children (4 to 11 years): $6 (includes free audio tour)
Children under 3 years: Free
NEW! FREE Wi-Fi access for our guests on the Mission grounds
Guests can now see a network labeled: Mission Guest
No password necessary.
Area of coverage is limited to: Central Courtyard
Click here to view Wi-Fi availability on Mission map
Online Coupons Available
For Free Unlimited Annual Admission, Join the Mission Preservation Society
Tickets are sold at the entrance or can be purchased online
Group Rates Available
Pets are not allowed on the Mission grounds, except for service dogs.
Mission grounds are rough and irregular. Mission San Juan Capistrano is committed to making visits for Guests with mobility disabilities as carefree and convenient as possible. Please click here to download a printable accessibility map of the Mission grounds. For special needs or concerns, please contact Guest Services at (949) 234-1300.
Visitor photography is permitted for private, noncommercial use only. Portrait photography such as arranged sessions for engagement photos, family portraits and/or all portrait photography are allowed for a fee and must be approved prior to visit. See portrait photography policy.
Mission San Juan Capistrano receives no state or church funding, general admission helps to keep the Mission open