San Antonio Attractions
San Antonio is most-widely known as the home of the Alamo, but there is a lot more to see and do! Below are a few San Antonio Sites & Attraction which your group may want to experience on your trip to Southern Texas!
Briscoe Western Art Museum
A museum full of art and artifacts reflecting the history and culture of the American West.
Buckhorn Saloon & Museum
Historic saloon, authentic Texas BBQ cafe, and two top-notch old-west museums all in one spot!
Fort Sam Houston
Tour a working military base filled with centuries of historical sites!
San Antonio's iconic public park space that holds several major attractions and eateries.
Historic Market Square - El Mercado
The highly popular 3-block outdoor plaza holding over 100 shops and stalls.
Institute of Texan Cultures
The UTSA cultural heritage museum featuring several history and art exhibits representing all the various cultures of Texans.
Japanese Tea Garden
A lush, year-round garden set within Brackenridge Park with onsite Japanese Teahouse and Cafe.
La Villita Arts Village
A historic site that features galleries, shops, and restaurants all displaying authentic Mexican culture.
Missions National Park
This park is actually made up of five different missions all connected by trails for your group to explore!
The first theme park designed with special needs individuals in mind.
One of the hottest culinary and cultural destinations in all of San Antonio!
Running right through downtown, this stretch of attractions rests alongside the San Antonio River.
San Antonio Botanical Garden
Filled with the beauty of Mother Nature, the San Antonio Botanical Garden is one of the best in the nation.
San Antonio Museum of Art
Renowned for having the most comprehensive ancient Greek, Roman, and Egyptian art collections in the Southern U.S.
San Antonio Zoo
56 acres contain nearly 8,500 animals to meet, including 60 pound Japanese Giant Salamanders!
Schlitterbahn Water Park
This huge water park in New Braunfels will entertain even the largest of tour groups all day long!
SeaWorld San Antonio
Roller coaster rides, performing penguins and sea lion stage shows are just a few reasons to come visit!
Shops at Rivercenter
One of the most iconic places to shop in San Antonio, with over 100 retailers, 6 restaurants, and an IMAX and AMC Theater onsite.
Six Flags Fiesta
Many of the rides available here are meant for those with nerves of steel where you will race to go first!
It used to be known as the Mission San Antonio de Valero back in 1724 and served as a hospital.
Tower of the Americas
The iconic 750-foot tall tower that takes 'entertainment and dining to new heights'.