If you want to see an old California mission that no one knows about, visit Santa Ysabel.
*Even if the Museum and Church are closed, the site is a sight to see!
Yes (Closed More Often Than Not So Don’t Count On It…)
23013 California 79, Santa Ysabel CA 92070
Connected to the Mission San Diego de Acala, the Santa Ysabel Asistencia was dedicated on September 20, 1818. It was established to help assist people who couldn’t travel to the San Diego Mission. At its high point, the property included a chapel, granary, houses and a cemetery. Today, one building stands–a chapel built in 1924 once the site was given back to the Roman Catholic church. It’s a California Registered Historical Landmark (Number 369).
*Hours, prices, etc all subject to change. Check the location’s website to confirm.