Your Guide to San Antonio, TX

San Antonio

San Antonio, Texas is a vibrant city known for its rich history, cultural attractions, and outdoor recreation opportunities. Visit the Alamo, a historic mission and symbol of Texas' fight for independence, or explore the city's many museums and art galleries. Take a stroll along the picturesque River Walk, or enjoy the city's vibrant food scene with a variety of Tex-Mex and Southwestern cuisine.

Top 10 Fun Things To Do

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Japanese Tea Gardens

Seize solace at the peaceful Japanese Tea Gardens, also famous as the Sunken Gardens, featuring several picturesque waterfalls, stone bridges, and koi-filled ponds

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Six Flags Fiesta Texas

Unleash your adrenaline junkie at Six Flags Fiesta Texas, an expansive theme park offering a myriad of exhilarating rides, impressive live entertainment, and delightful dining opportunities.

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Go Rio Cruises

With a fleet of eco-friendly electric boats in vibrant colors inspired by Mexican folk art, GO RIO Cruises offers an unforgettable experience of the San Antonio River that reflects thesights, wonders and culture of a unique American city.

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Botanical Garden

Take a wander around and soak up the quiet and be dazzled by the colors. The garden has a wonderful array of trails that wind their way past some of the main highlights. These include the Mays Family Display Garden, the Water Saver Conservation Garden, and the 2.5-acre Family Adventure Garden.

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SeaWorld®

Experience the marine wonderland at SeaWorld, a combination of an animal theme park, oceanarium, and a marine mammal park, promising an enjoyable and educational day out for the entire family.

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Bowlero

The go-to destination for world-class bowling, games, and more. Grab a lane, set a new high-score, and bring on the fun!

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The Saga

Try not to miss this incredible Main Plaza Cathedral Light Show when you’re visiting San Antonio! As light projects onto the cathedral, it tells the story of San Antonio and the surrounding area from its beginning.

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Hopscotch

Visit San Antonio’s immersive art experience, Hopscotch, where you can admire light installations, optical illusions, and art pieces all in one space.

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San Pedro Springs Park

The second oldest park in all of the U.S. The home to what's arguably one of the nation's best swimming spots. The pool in the park is surrounded by BBQ pits, picnic locations, and tennis courts.

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Historic Market Square

Market Square is the place to go to find unique items and souvenirs. Locally owned shops display handcrafted art works and all kinds of interesting items that range from paintings and dolls to blankets, jewelry, ponchos, dresses, shoes, musical instruments, and much more.

Top 10 Best Spots

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River Walk

Often heralded as the "Venice of Texas", the River Walk provides visitors with surreal views as they meander through waterways lined with verdant landscapes, local eateries, shops, and iconic landmarks.

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The Alamo

Immerse yourself in history at the Alamo, a pivotal symbol of the Texas Revolution. The Spanish mission turned military outpost witnesses an intense 13-day siege in 1836.

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Natural Bridge Caverns

Marvel at awe-inspiring underground landscapes adorned with ancient formations, at the Natural Bridge Caverns, the largest commercial caverns in Texas.

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Mission San Jose

Referred to as the "Queen of the Missions", Mission San Jose provides an insight into the largest mission in the area, almost fully restored back to its original glory from the 1930s.

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Tower of the Americas

Ascend to the spectacular heights of the Tower of Americas, presenting panoramic views of the cityscape. Visit the revolving restaurant for a unique dining experience

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Zoo

Behold the beauty of wildlife at the San Antonio Zoo, housing over 3,500 animals with diverse species. It's amongst the first "cageless" zoos, driving animal conservation through education and interaction.

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Brackenridge Park

Brackenridge Park is a popular public park with vibrant greenery, immaculately maintained flora, and several attractions housed within its well-preserved area. Whether you're looking for fun or a place to relax, this historic park can certainly provide with its trails, scenic views, and open fields.

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Witte Museum

San Antonio's Nature, Science and Culture Museum is an engaging learning experience for all ages featuring everything Texas and so much more!

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The Buckhorn Saloon
& Museum

Five interesting venues in one, what a grand idea! The Buckhorn Saloon is home to a friendly, lively café, well stocked gift shop, two museums and even a shooting gallery.

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Missions National
Historical Park

Part of the protected UNESCO world heritage sites of San Antonio’s missions, it’s a spot you can’t miss when visiting the city.

Top 10 Restaurants

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Bohanan's Prime Steaks and Seafood

World-class restaurant and urban bar with Old World ambiance in the heart of Downtown San Antonio.

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Boudro's on the Riverwalk

Step into Boudro's, a Texas bistro, and experience why it has been one of the most treasured and popular attractions on the San Antonio River Walk since 1986.

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Southerleigh Fine Food & Brewery

Indulge in innovative, seasonal dishes, and sip on craft brews and cocktails.

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Cured

Buzzy, rustic-chic restaurant serving charcuterie-focused New American cuisine & craft cocktails.

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Chart House

In the skies of San Antonio, Chart House seafood restaurant dazzles guests at the historic Tower of the Americas.

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Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse

Upscale Brazilian chain for all-you-can-eat meat carved tableside plus an extensive salad bar.

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Schilo's German-Texan Restaurant

Veteran German deli serving hearty sandwiches, soup & homemade root beer in a 19th-century building.

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Guenther House

For a special culinary treat with a difference, drop by Guenther House, the award winning restaurant of flour miller’s pioneer Carl Hilmar Guenther.

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Tlahco Mexican Kitchen

Shake things up and try something new! Get your cravings for tacos, enchiladas, tortas and more solved in Tlahco Mexican Kitchen!

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The Moon's Daughters

Chic rooftop lounge featuring Mediterranean bar bites & an outdoor patio with sweeping city vistas.

San Antonio

San Antonio, Texas is a vibrant city known for its rich history, cultural attractions, and outdoor recreation opportunities. Visit the Alamo, a historic mission and symbol of Texas' fight for independence, or explore the city's many museums and art galleries. Take a stroll along the picturesque River Walk, or enjoy the city's vibrant food scene with a variety of Tex-Mex and Southwestern cuisine.

Top 10 Fun Things To Do

San Antonio River Walk

Often heralded as the "Venice of Texas", the River Walk provides visitors with surreal views as they meander through waterways lined with verdant landscapes, local eateries, shops, and iconic landmarks.

The Alamo

Immerse yourself in history at the Alamo, a pivotal symbol of the Texas Revolution. The Spanish mission turned military outpost witnesses an intense 13-day siege in 1836.

Natural Bridge Caverns

Marvel at awe-inspiring underground landscapes adorned with ancient formations, at the Natural Bridge Caverns, the largest commercial caverns in Texas.

Mission San Jose

Referred to as the "Queen of the Missions", Mission San Jose provides an insight into the largest mission in the area, almost fully restored back to its original glory from the 1930s.

Japanese Tea Gardens

Seize solace at the peaceful Japanese Tea Gardens, also famous as the Sunken Gardens, featuring several picturesque waterfalls, stone bridges, and koi-filled ponds

Six Flags Fiesta Texas

Unleash your adrenaline junkie at Six Flags Fiesta Texas, an expansive theme park offering a myriad of exhilarating rides, impressive live entertainment, and delightful dining opportunities.

Tower of the Americas

Ascend to the spectacular heights of the Tower of Americas, presenting panoramic views of the cityscape. Visit the revolving restaurant for a unique dining experience,

San Antonio Zoo

Behold the beauty of wildlife at the San Antonio Zoo, housing over 3,500 animals with diverse species. It's amongst the first "cageless" zoos, driving animal conservation through education and interaction.

SeaWorld® San Antonio

Experience the marine wonderland at SeaWorld, a combination of an animal theme park, oceanarium, and a marine mammal park, promising an enjoyable and educational day out for the entire family.

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