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Your complete guide to San Antonio Attractions, River Walk Information, Hotels,
Events, Maps and Restaurants.
Alamo, Mission San Antonio de Valero
What people come to see. The big battle was here in 1836.
The number one attraction in the State!
San Antonio Zoo
One of the top 10 attractions in the State.
This is a world class zoo. Set in an old rock quarry most of
the large animals live in natural settings. A particularly
kid friendly place.
McNay Art Museum
It's free and one of the best art museums in San
Institute of Texan Cultures
If you're going to pay good money for a museum, this is the
one to spend it on. A superb cultural museum.
Museum of Art
San Antonio's finest city art museum, world
recognized Latin American and Asian art collections.
A cultural and natural history museum located in
Brackenridge Park. One of the oldest museums in town.
An incubator for artists of emerging talents.
Provides residence for artists to further expand their talents.
Star Contemporary Art Center
A contemporary art complex for local artists.
Houses galleries and art studios.
San Antonio Art League
Local art league houses primarily Texas artists.
Located in enchanting King William neighborhood.
School of Art and Craft
Community school of arts and crafts.
Located in historic Ursuline Academy built in latter 1800s.
Mission San Jose
The best preserved mission in San Antonio. What the Alamo
looked like before the battle.
Historic battle took place here four months before the battle of
the Alamo. Church built in 1768.
Mission San Francisco de la Espada
Originally located in East Texas in 1690, this is the oldest
mission organization in Texas.
Constructed between 1731 to 1745, this is the only Spanish
aqueduct in the U.S.
Mission San Juan Capistrano
Located first in East Texas it was moved to its present location
here in 1731.
First begun in 1738, this cathedral has played a central role in
the history of San Antonio. Jim Bowie was married here.
Built in 1749 it was the official residence of the military
commander of the Texas territory.
A neighborhood built outside the grounds of the Alamo in the
1700s, now a community art complex.
King William Neighborhood
South of downtown the area contains many gorgeous homes of the
city's influential leaders of the late 1800s.
Thirty three acres of garden area divided into subjects of
conservancy displays, native plants and a formal and display garden.
of the Americas
Built in 1968 and newly refurbished in 2006 at the
cost of millions.
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