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The Alamo was originally known as the Mission San Antonio de Valero. It is a former Roman Catholic mission and fortress compound and the site of the Battle of the Alamo in 1836. It is now a museum in the Alamo Plaza District of Downtown. Learn more
Winding gently through the city center, The Riverwalk’s network of lush pathways and bridges connects millions of visitors to San Antonio’s cultural hot spots and historic sites. Located one story beneath the streets of downtown, the Riverwalk is an important part of the city's urban fabric and a tourist attraction in its own right. Learn more
A three-block outdoor plaza lined with restaurants, shops and produce stands near San Antonio’s city center, Market Square is the largest Mexican market in the U.S. It is one of America’s top-ten outdoor markets according to Frommer’s. Learn more
Tower of the Americas
The Tower of the Americas is a 750-foot observation tower/restaurant on the southeastern fringe of Downtown. The tower was designed by San Antonio architect O'Neil Ford and was built as the theme structure of the 1968 World's Fair, HemisFair '68. Learn more.
La Villita Historical Arts Village
La Villita Historic Arts Village is an art community in Downtown. There are many fine arts galleries, stores selling souvenirs, gifts, custom jewelry, pottery, and imported Mexican folk art, as well as several restaurants in the district. Learn more
Main Plaza was the site of the first authorized Texas city when it was established as the market square for San Antonio March 9, 1731. Government structures still share Main Plaza with the Cathedral and the 1882 County Courthouse. Enjoy free live concerts every weekend. Learn more
The Alamodome is a domed 65,000 seat, multi-purpose facility used as a football, basketball stadium and convention center. The Spurs played in the Alamodome for a decade and is now used for a variety of events such as UTSA football and NCAA tournaments. Learn more
The AT&T Center is an indoor arena on the east side of San Antonio. It seats 18,581 for basketball (NBA: San Antonio Spurs, WNBA: San Antonio Silver Stars), 16,000 for ice hockey (AHL: San Antonio Rampage), and 19,000 for concerts or religious gatherings, and contains 2,018 club seats, and 50 luxury suites Learn more.
San Fernando Cathedral
The Cathedral of San Fernando is a cathedral of the Roman Catholic Church located in Downtown San Antonio. It is the mother church of the Archdiocese of San Antonio and the seat of its archbishop. The cathedral is also known as the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria y Guadalupe and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is notable as the oldest cathedral in the United States. Learn more
San Antonio Missions
Take a step back time and visit the Spanish colonial missions established in this area in the early 1700s. Park rangers will take you on tours of the San Juan Mission compound that includes homes, ranches, farms, workshops, and churches. Learn more
The Five Spanish Colonial Missions
Built along the San Antonio River, all five missions are open to the public, including the Alamo.
San Antonio Zoo
SeaWorld San Antonio is a 250-acre marine mammal park, oceanarium, and animal theme park, located in the Westover Hills District of San Antonio. It is the largest of the three parks in the SeaWorld chain owned by SeaWorld Entertainment, and the world's largest marine-life theme park. Learn more
Six Flags Fiesta Texas
Six Flags Fiesta Texas is a theme park located on approximately 200 acres of land in San Antonio. It is owned by Six Flags. Six Flags Fiesta Texas is the major entertainment component of USAA's La Cantera, a 1,600 acre master-planned development in northwest San Antonio. Learn more
The Alamo Quarry Market
This open-air mall still carries the architectural flavor of the former Alamo Cement Company – the site upon which the complex was built. You'll find a movie megaplex, a Whole Foods, restaurants, boutiques and entertainment venues. Learn more
Rivercenter Mall is located on the River Walk and houses many shops and restaurants. Visit stores including, Macy's, Sun Glass Hut, Victoria’s Secret, Bath and Body Works, Gap, Tony Romas, IMAX Theater, Rivercenter Comedy Club, and so much more. Learn more.
The Shops at La Cantera
The Shops at La Cantera is a 150-acre, upscale, open-air regional shopping mall with over 130 stores and services. La Cantera is also home to Six Flags Fiesta Texas, The Westin La Cantera Resort and Spa and two world-class golf courses, The Palmer Course at La Cantera and The Westin Resort Course, which was home to the PGA Valero Texas Open. Learn more
Prime Outlets San Marcos
The San Antonio Botanical Garden is non-profit botanical garden in San Antonio, Texas. It is the city's official botanical garden.
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Fiesta San Antonio04/29/2017Referred to as a “Fusion of Arts, Heritage and Culture,” this festival honors the heroes of the Alamo and the Battle of…
Dia de los Muertos09/30/2017Known as the “Day of the Dead,” this festival celebrates the departed with families sharing memories of loved ones through…
Luminaria San Antonio10/31/2017San Antonio’s premier arts festival showcases up and coming dancers, actors, poets, comedians, filmmakers, musicians, composers,…
Rock n’ Roll Marathon11/30/2017Lace up your running shoes for a 26.2-mile run through San Antonio with live entertainment all along the course. Then celebrate…