Seated in south central Texas, San Antonio is the seventh most populated city in the United States, and it traces its history back to its founding as a Spanish mission site in 1691. It's also the site of the Alamo, the fort known for its passionate but outnumbered defenders during the Mexican-American War. With its rich Spanish and Native American history, San Antonio is also a modern city with art galleries, amusement parks, professional sports venues and museums. One of its trademark attractions, the River Walk, is a one-of-a-kind experience with restaurants, theaters, shops set in a lively and festive atmosphere.
What to Do in San Antonio
13th Floor Haunted House
The 13th Floor Haunted House is a multi-level scary entertainment. About 85% of constructed buildings don’t have a designated 13th floor because of the...
The leading Segway company in Texas is the SegCity. The SegCity tours provide a splendid and entertaining tour guide. The Segway tour will leave you with...
Alamo Sightseeing Tours
The premier sightseeing tour and charter bus provider in San Antonio is the City Tours, Inc. The City Tours , Inc. has been serving excellent transportation...
The Alamodome is a multi-purpose stadium where conventions, football and basketball events are held. It was built with a total cost of $ 186 million and...
Artpace San Antonio
Artpace San Antonio is a center for contemporary art and operates as a nonprofit public charity. It was established by Linda Pace in 1995 and is originally...
Blue Star Contemporary Art Center
The Bue Star Contemporary Art center is the grassroots reaction to the cancellation of contemporary art exhibit at the San Antonio Museum of Art in 1985....
The Brackenridge Park is a public park with 343 acre area located in the Midtown San Antonio. The land where it stands was given by George Washington Brackenride...
Buckhorn Museum and Texas Ranger Museum
The Buckhorn Saloon and Museum started with the private collection of Albert Friedrich in 1881. It is privately managed and located in the center of downtown...
La Villita is situated in the heart of San Antonio , south bank of the San Antonio River. It was the site of the historic Coahuiltecan Village in the past....
Malibu Grand Prix San Antonio
The Malibu Grand Prix San Antonio was constructed in the summer of 1978 and opened its doors in October of the same year. It offers thrilling rides with...
McNay Art Museum
The McNay Art Museum was established in 1950, the year that Marion Koogler McNay passed away. It is considered to be the oldest modern art museum in Texas....
The Mission Concepcion was founded in 1716 as the Nuestra Señora de la Purísima Concepción de los Hainais and also known as the Mission Nuestra Señora...
Since 2010, Morgans Wonderland has been operating with a great sense of duty to make every visitor happy. The 25 acre amusement park was developed by Gordon...
The Museo Alameda opened its doors in April 2007. It is considered to be the largest Hispanic Museum in the USA. It’s located in Downtown San Antonio on...
Natural Bridge Caverns
The students of St. Mary’s University; Joe Cantu, Al Brandt and Preston Knodell discovered the Natural Bridge Caverns on March 27,1960. The Caverns boasts...
Natural Bridges Wildlife ranch
The Natural Bridges Wildlife ranch was opened in June 1, 1984. Its location is near the New Braunfels, Texas. It’s a 400 acre wildlife ranch where visitors...
Nightmare On Grayson
The Nightmare On Grayson publicly opened in 1989. It is the oldest and largest haunted house venue in San Antonio. It has been more than twenty years of...
Ripley's Believe It Or Not
The Ripley’s Believe It or Not was established by Robert Ripley as a Franchise. One of the exciting franchise is in San Antonio, Texas. It is a fascinating...
San Antonio Botanical Garden
The groundbreaking of the San Antonio Botanical Garden was and its grand opening was May 3, 1980. It has a land area of 33 acres and operates as a nonprofit...
San Antonio Children's Museum
The San Antonio Children’s Museum was publicly opened in September 1995 and has already served about 2 million visitors. The museum was established by...
San Antonio Missions Baseball
It is a San Antonio based minor league baseball team. The baseball team is a member of the Texas League and the associate counterpart of the San Diego...
San Antonio Museum of Art
The San Antonio Museum of Art opened its doors in March 1981. The museum is located north of the San Antonio Riverwalk. It boasts with the most extensive...
San Antonio Riverwalk
The San Antonio Riverwalk is made up of interconnected walkways open to the public 365 days a year. It is also known as the Paseo del Rio and located along...
San Antonio Spurs
The San Antonio Spurs is a professional basketball team that plays in the National Basketball Association of the Southwest Division of the Western Conference....
San Antonio Zoo
The San Antonio Zoo began with the collection of animals by Colonel George W. Brakenridge in 1914. The zoo has a total land area of 35 acres and has a...
San Fernando Cathedral
The San Fernando Cathedral was established March 9, 1731. It is the oldest church building in the state of Texas. It is also known as the Church of Nuestra...
SeaWorld San Antonio
The SeaWorld San Antonio is an animal theme park, marine mammal park and oceanarium with 250 acre area. Its location is in the Westover Hill District of...
Six Flags Fiesta Texas
The Six Flags Fiesta Texas was built for about 23 months starting from 1990 until its opening in March 1992. It is a theme park with a land area of about...
Spanish Governor's Palace
The Spanish Governor’s Palace was built in the early 18th century and is a National Historic Landmark. It is an aristocratic early Spanish house believed...
Splashtown San Antonio
The Splashtown San Antonio opened in 1985 and originally named as the Water Park USA. It is currently named as the Splashtown USA. The wave pool of the...
Texas Transporation Museum
The Texas Transportation Museum was developed in 1964. It is dedicated to exhibiting and preserving the history of the transportation and other related...
The Alamo was formerly named as the Mission San Antonio de Valero. It was originally a Roman Catholic mission and shelter for the Indians who converted...
The Witte Museum
The Witte Museum was founded in 1926 and situated near the Brakenridge Park in Midtown San Antonio. The museum is devoted to the heritage of South Texas,...
Tower of the Americas
The Tower of the Americas is an observation tower and restaurant with a height of 750 feet. Located in the downtown San Antonio it provides a fascinating...
Ultimate Mirror Maze
The Ultimate Mirror Maze is an entertainment center located in the Alamo Plaza. It’s a fascinating San Antonio attraction made of maze mirrors where you...
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