The museum houses exhibits relating to the colorful history of Mission San Luis Rey de Francia. Its collections include artifacts from Native American, Spanish Mission, Mexican Secularization, and American Military periods.
The Museum is open for self-guided tours daily (except major holidays, please call).
Monday-Friday, 9:30 am - 5 pm
Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(Last tour begins at 4:30 p.m.)
Group tours can be scheduled for 15 or more persons by calling the Museum 760.757.3651 x115 or visit firstname.lastname@example.org The cost for group tours is $12 per person lunch not included. Special Behind the Scenes tours with lunch may also be arranged for $24 per person.
Adults/Seniors ... $4
Youth ... $3 (18 & under)
Active Military and dependents ... free-of-charge
Ages 5 & under... free-of-charge
Photography and Videography at the Mission
Personal photography is allowed on the grounds in front of the Mission; and in the Church - NON-FLASH ONLY/ NO TRIPODS
Flash photography is not allowed in the museum or in the Historic Church. The private, inner gardens of the Mission grounds are off limits.
Commercial/model photography at the Mission requires permission in advance, a fee, and insurance.
Videography is allowed in outdoor areas only.
Books on Mission History
Visit our Gift Shop for a selection of books and DVDs on Mission San Luis Rey de Francia.