things to do in san antonio

San Antonio is a beautiful city deep in the heart of Texas, home to the legendary NBA Champion Spurs, the Alamo and world famous River Walk. It has a vibrant mix of culture, cuisine, legendary architecture and moving history. The city’s heritage and traditions are rich, as are its modern pleasures. With a cosmopolitan blend of top-notch golf courses, remarkable dining and nightlife options, art galleries, theme parks and shopping, there’s no shortage of authentic experiences.

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 roller coasters 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.

Sea World

SeaWorld and their waterpark, Aquatica, offers endless options for family-fun, learning and exploring.

The Shops at La Cantera

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.

San Antonio 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. In Texas, water has been a lifeline for many generations for centuries past. The San Antonio Riverwalk is a south Texas treasure and is the most popular tourism attraction in our great state. Stretching from the Museum Reach through downtown and ending at the Missions the 2020 acres of public land has something for everyone.

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.

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.

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.