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Basilica is one of the active churches and schools in the Carmel area. The Basilica displays period painted ceilings and walls. Many of the original artifacts, statues and altarpieces are still used in current day services. The museum building displays the living quarters and tomb of Father Junipero Serra, the founder and beloved priest who supervised the building of the Mission. The Mission is also a popular location for the Carmel Bach Festival's period candlelight concerts every July & August. Wedding services are also performed at the Basilica and can be arranged through the parish office. Call for details and more information on the tours and hours of operation.
Any trip to Carmel would not be complete without experiencing this exquisite gem of Carmel's past history.
Visiting hours at the Carmel Mission are from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Saturday and 10:30 am to 5:00 pm on Sunday. The Mission is closed Easter Sunday and Monday, Thanksgiving, and over the Christmas holidays from Dec. 24 through Dec. 26.
$6.50 for adults, $4 for seniors, $2 for children ages 7 and up (free for children under 6).
With its location on the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, there are numerous things to do in Carmel outdoors and indoors, from kayaking and hiking to wine tasting and fine art galleries. It’s just as easy to arrange a whale watching tour or scuba diving adventure as it is to spend an afternoon shopping or…
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1Mission St Between Ocean Ave & 7th Inside Court Of The Fountains
226304 Ocean View Ave (on Carmel Point)
310th & Mission at Sunset Center Offices
4Ocean Ave & Scenic Rd
58205 Valley Greens Drive