San Antonio

San Antonio Attractions

The Alamo

4 star rating: Recommended 117 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

The Alamo is one of the most famous sites in US history, forever linked to the 13-day siege in 1836 that ended with the deaths of defenders James Bowie, William Travis and Davy Crockett. The ...  Read more

San Fernando De Bexar Cathedral

4.5 star rating: Recommended 16 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

The oldest continuously operating religious community in Texas, San Fernando De Bexar Cathedral was constructed between 1738 and 1749. In fact, the dome of the original church was the point from ...  Read more

San Antonio Market Square

4 star rating: Recommended 125 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

San Antonio’s Market Square is a vibrant Mexican marketplace, featuring crafts, entertainment and food from south of the border. Shops and stalls sell Mexican fabrics, pottery, leather goods, ...  Read more

Spanish Governor's Palace

4 star rating: Recommended 110 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

A National Historic landmark, the Spanish Governor’s Palace is perhaps the last remaining early-Spanish mansion in Texas. A poignant reminder of San Antonio’s early-18th-century past, the former ...  Read more

La Villita

4 star rating: Recommended 53 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

San Antonio’s historic roots are preserved at La Villita Heritage District, a protected enclave of heritage buildings. The arts village is a living and breathing part of San Antonio, with ...  Read more

HemisFair Park

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Built in 1968 to host the 1968 Worlds Fair as well as commemorate San Antonio’s 250th birthday, the event was the southwestern United States’ first official world fair. The event was so monumental ...  Read more

Institute of Texan Cultures

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The Institute of Texan Cultures is a museum in San Antonio where visitors can learn about the immigrants who came from around the world to settle in Texas and the cultural heritage that has ...  Read more

Mission Conception

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This mission was originally established in 1716 as Nuestra Señora de la Purísima Concepción de los Hainais in East Texas with the purpose of converting  local Native Americas to ...  Read more

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