San Antonio Attractions
There is a wide range of things to do in San Antonio from visiting the historic Alamo to strolling along the world famous River Walk in downtown. You will always be entertained in this exciting Texas city. Explore the outskirts of San Antonio and you will find championship golf courses, beautiful scenic nature, entertainment for the whole family at Sea World and Six Flags, and the stunning Hill Country, famous for food and wine.
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The Alamo - Located in downtown San Antonio near the River Walk, the Alamo, formerly a mission, represents over 300 years of history. Today, the Alamo is comprised of gardens and three buildings, the Shrine, the Long Barrack Museum, and the Gift Museum, documenting Texas history with exhibitions year round.
River Walk - The San Antonio River Walk is a public park spanning 5 miles along the San Antonio River and is open every day of the year. Lined with bars, shops, and restaurants, and with over 20 special events throughout the year, the River Walk has something for everyone.
Six Flags Fiesta Texas - As one of the top attractions in San Antonio, this is family fun at its finest with all of the exciting thrill rides you expect like rollercoasters Pandemonium and Goliath. With White Water Bay, a full-size water park within Six Flags, award-winning live entertainment, and an incredible selection of food, there are plenty of fun activities here to keep you and your family busy.
Texas Hill Country - Any trip to San Antonio would not be complete without a visit to this attractive region just north of the city. The Hill Country is one of the most beautiful Texas attractions with rolling green hills, a unique culture that blends Spanish and Central European traditions, an incredible selection of food, and a growing wine industry that will delight and surprise you.
Sea World - This famous attraction is one of the funnest things to do in San Antonio with your family. With a wide variety of rides, shows, and exhibits that feature whales, alligators, penguins, sharks, and several other types of interesting marine life, this is one the world's premier venues to learn about oceanic life.
La Cantera Golf Club - When it comes to attractions in San Antonio, Texas, for golf fans, you will not want to miss this award winning club that features one of the finest courses in the nation. The perfectly manicured greens and stunning amenities make a round at this championship course the perfect way to spend a day on the links.
La Cantera Shopping - This spectacular open-air, pedestrian friendly shopping center features the finest brands and retail outlets in the nation. With the hottest dining spots, perfectly landscaped grounds, and upscale shops that you will love, plan on spending a whole day to get the most out of your visit.
Fort Sam Houston Museum - This museum documents the history of Fort Sam Houston and the US Army in Texas dating from 1845 to the present. With over 900 historic structures, this National Historic Landmark site includes artifact collections, research collections, and educational programs.
San Antonio Museum of Art - The museum's collection spans both western and eastern art history including collections from ancient Greece and Egypt, through Asian and Latin American art, to contemporary art. The San Antonio Museum of Art holds over 500 guided tours and 200 educational programs annually. Programs include concerts, lectures, films, and children's workshops, among others.
AT&T Center - Home to the four time NBA champions the San Antonio Spurs, as well as home to the San Antonio Rampage, this arena hosts major events throughout the year such as concerts and rodeos.
Eisenhower Park - The finest in outdoor activities such as biking, hiking, and boating all await you at Eisenhower State Park on the shores of Lake Texoma. There are over 300 acres of protected wild lands that include rocky canyons, dry creek beds, wooded areas, and gorgeous rolling hills. Spend the day getting back to nature at this diverse slice of Texas wildlife.
San Antonio Zoo - This impressive zoo holds more than 3,500 species of animals for visitors to observe and interact with. Africa Live is one of the most popular exhibits featuring a wide range of exotic animals from monkeys to crocodiles. There is also an aquarium on site where you can explore exhibits on all different kinds of marine life.
Mission San Jose - Just south of the famous Alamo, you will find Mission San Jose, the "Queen of the Missions" that has inspired visitors for centuries. This stunning architectural gem will please any fan of history. Learn about the community that lived at this mission in the 18th century and get an inside look at life in Texas from hundreds of years ago.
San Antonio Botanical Garden - The San Antonio Botanical Garden comprises four formal and display gardens, the Lucile Halsell Conservatory, and the Texas Native Trail. Throughout the year, the garden holds special exhibits, seasonal events, and educational programs. You will also find a bistro and gift shop to complete your visit.
Texas Wine Country - Located in the Texas Hill Country just north of San Antonio, the Texas wine region is the second fastest growing wine region in the United States. Explore wineries located among historic towns and rustic farms nestled in the rolling hills of Texas wine country.
Blue Star Contemporary Art Center - This art center and exhibition space is the first and longest-running venue for contemporary arts in San Antonio. The Blue Star Contemporary Art Center hosts over 20 events throughout the year including on-site and off-site exhibitions and has helped revitalize the King William and South Town neighborhoods of San Antonio.