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See the Alamo and other UNESCO landmarks on a private tour of San Antonio attractions. This itinerary also offers a look at Mission San José and Mission Concepción, both belonging to the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. Visit, too, the King William Historic District and Market Square. With a personal guide on hand to interpret, you’ll gain a better understanding of San Antonio’s heritage.
Visit some of the historical missions of San Antonio on this half-day tour. With a guide, you'll explore these heritage sites to learn about the history of the missions and their influences on the region, plus gain insight into their significance from a San Antonio local. This tour allows you to avoid the hassle of renting a car to reach these destinations so you can relax and enjoy a pre-planned tour.
Discover the historic highlights of San Antonio on a tour that takes you to markets, parks, squares, eateries, and more. A great introduction to the city for first-time visitors, this tour gives you a chance to learn your way around San Antonio with a guide to navigate and narrate the journey. That way, you don’t have to worry about getting lost or missing any of the historic details.
Let a guide arrange transport from San Antonio to Fredericksburg, a quaint town with historical German roots. You’ll take a scenic drive into the Texas Hill Country in the air-conditioned comfort of a minivan. On arrival, enjoy free time to explore the shops, museums, wine tasting rooms, and local restaurants as you stroll around town.
Discover the confluence of cultures and historic events that shaped modern-day San Antonio on a 4-hour evening coach tour. Designed to complement the optional half-day morning tour for a complete overview of the city’s history, the tour makes three stops to points of interest including the Japanese Tea Garden, the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Mission Concepcion, San Jose and the Alamo(optional). Along the way, learn Texas trivia and enjoy live narration from a local guide.
Discover the rolling orchards and historic towns of Texas Hill Country with a full-day tour from San Antonio that includes the essential Lyndon B. Johnson sites. See the former President’s boyhood home at the bucolic LBJ Ranch, and enjoy a tour of his 'Texas White House.' Learn how cowboys and German migrants shaped the Texas landscape, and explore Fredericksburg at your own pace with time to shop and eat. Explore the heritage of country music in Luckenbach, then sample wine (additional fee) at a local vineyard as you return to San Antonio.
Take a break from the urban bustle to experience the history and hospitality of Texas Hill Country on this full-day tour from San Antonio. Travel through a serene heartland landscape of vineyards, lavender fields, and peach orchards, stopping to taste the local bounty at a winery and explore the area’s German heritage in the town of Fredericksburg. Learn about the life of one of the area’s most famous former residents with a visit to President Lyndon B. Johnson’s boyhood home, his LBJ Ranch and the so-called ‘Texas White House.’
Explore downtown San Antonio on a two-wheel, self-balancing Segway. Roll through the city, taking in the best sights and attractions. Visit the Alamo and learn about its role in the Texas Revolution, meander along tree-lined pathways in HemisFair Park and bask in bustling energy Houston Street, San Antonio's cultural hub. The 1.5-hour tour includes plenty of picture stops and intriguing guide-provided tidbits along the way.
Enjoy San Antonio at night on this 1.5-hour Segway tour led by a knowledgeable guide. After an easy lesson, set out at dusk to see haunted historic buildings and spooky hotels such as Menger Hotel, Emily Morgan Hotel and La Villita. Cruise by the skyscraping Tower of Americas and the Cathedral of San Fernando, one of the oldest cathedrals in the United States, then stop by the Alamo and hear about the Texas Revolution. Gain insight into history and hear entertaining stories throughout this fun-filled tour.
Explore San Antonio’s unique place in Western history on a half-day morning coach tour. Pass by dozens of historic sites and modern attractions while learning about the city’s rich confluence of cultures and the events that shaped it. See Alamo Plaza and historic hotels, learn about bluesman Robert Johnson’s local recording sessions, and see where residents get their cultural fix at the Tobin Performing Arts Center and Briscoe Western Art Museum. Discover even more and complete your grand city overview on an optional afternoon tour.
Embark on a 1-hour tour of San Antonio aboard a two-wheel, self-balancing Segway. Beginning on Houston Street—the city's main hub—follow your guide to some of San Antonio's most popular sights and attractions. Marvel at the Alamo, wind your way around the fountains and pathways at HemisFair Park, and snap pics in front of the 750-feet-tall Tower of the Americas, which offers incredible panoramic views of the city. Learn interesting facts and tidbits about the places you visit along the way.
You’re in for a real treat on this one!
Starting with some Alamo history we venture off to the oldest saloon in Texas. There we will learn about this bar’s unique history, take an in depth look at some Texas Ranger archives and have exclusive access to one of the largest taxidermy collections in the world (a $20 value).
After a self paced tour of the museum we will head to take a front row seat at one of San Antonio’s sweetest haunts. Watch as our bartenders transform your favorite desserts into cocktail form. From Cookies & Cream, Nutterbutters, S'more & Thin Mint martini's to smoke infused old fashioneds if you can dream it up these guys can make it reality. Don't believe me? Put my brothers to the test and I guarantee you'll be impressed.
This is truly a one of kind experience that will surely leave you wanting more!
* food & beverages not included
Explore unique sites and points of interest in the Downtown Reach of San Antonio, known for its iconic River Walk
Enjoy a delicious lunch at El Mercado, the largest Mexican Market in U.S.A
Listen to exciting stories of historic events as you explore Downtown San Antonio