Spanish Governor's Palace Tours

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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 capitol building is almost 300 years old.

Now a museum, the building has a Spanish colonial design built around a lovely central courtyard and fountain. The white stucco walls are fringed with purple bougainvillea, and the interior is decorated with rugged colonial furnishings, whitewashed walls and a sturdy timber roof.

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The Spanish Governor’s Palace is just to the west of downtown San Antonio, a block or two over from Market Square near the San Fernando Cathedral.

Address: 105 Plaza De Armas, San Antonio TX 78205, USA
Hours: Tuesday - Saturday: 9am - 5pm. Sundays: 10am - 5pm
Admission: Adults: US$4.00
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