San Antonio, Texas

From the River Walk to the Alamo and everything in between, San Antonio has something for everyone in the family – a vibrant city brimming with culture.

Category:

Description

From the River Walk to the Alamo and everything in between, San Antonio has something for everyone in the family!

The San Antonio River Walk is a verdant oasis of cypress-lined paved paths, River Walk arched stone bridges and lush landscapes. It gently winds through the city center, providing millions of visitors each year with easy access to the city’s cultural hot spots, historic sites and other attractions. So the next time you have a little spare time, simply go for a stroll along the River Walk. You’re sure to find plenty of things to do.

Playtime in San Antonio means one thing: Texas-sized adventure! Whether you’re young or young at heart, big thrills await you at our world-class theme parks and water park resorts.

ShamuSeaWorld® San Antonio and Six Flags® Fiesta Texas combine exhilarating rides with award-winning shows. Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort reigns as one of the nation’s most popular for good reason: 65 acres of wet fun for everyone in the family. With 20 landscaped acres of cool, clean water excitement, Splashtown San Antonio has something fun for every age. Morgan’s Wonderland is the only ultra-accessible park in the world.

Be sure to stop by the San Antonio Missions National Historic Park. The four southernmost Spanish colonial missions—Concepción, San José, San Juan and Espada—are included in the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, which officially opened in 1983. Land for the park was donated by the city, county, state, Catholic Church and San Antonio Conservation Society. The missions are walled compounds encompassing a church and buildings where the priests and local Native Americans lived and worked.

The park’s Visitor’s Center is in Mission San José, where you can view Gente de Razon, which tells the story of life in the missions during the 1700s. The film is shown every 30 minutes. Mission San José also has a museum and bookstore. All four mission churches still have active Catholic parishes that hold regular services. The churches are open to visitors during regular park hours, except in Alamothe case of a wedding or a funeral.

And, of course, when in San Antonio – do as the locals do! These locals are from many walks of life – from culinary artists to golf pros – but they all share a passion for San Antonio. They live, work and play here, some for decades, others for generations. Each has discovered San Antonio in a unique way and they pass along an insider’s knowledge of the city. It is a good place to start finding your own authentic San Antonio.


Notice: Undefined variable: api_key in /var/www/html/textraveler/www.textraveler.com/wp-content/plugins/simple-google-maps-short-code/simple-google-map-short-code.php on line 114

Notice: Undefined variable: api_key in /var/www/html/textraveler/www.textraveler.com/wp-content/plugins/simple-google-maps-short-code/simple-google-map-short-code.php on line 114
Get Directions

The San Antonio Convention & Visitor's Bureau

203 S. St. Mary's Street
Suite 200

San Antonio, Texas 78205

210-207-6700

visitsanantonio.com

0
$0.00