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Alamo Plaza

Alamo & E. Commerce, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

Intersection of Alamo Plaza and East Commerce Street.

Stop #1 is in front of the entrance to the Alamo Plaza Historic District, with trolleys staged in front of the Chipotle Mexican Grill Restaurant, across from the famous Torch of Friendship.

Japanese Tea Garden

3903 N St Mary's St, Olmos Park, TX 78212, USA

3853 N St Mary’s St, San Antonio, TX 78212

Stop #2 is at the Brackenridge Park sign for the Japanese Tea Garden and Sunken Garden Theatre, at the bottom of the drive leading up to the Japanese Tea Garden.

San Antonio Zoo

Kiddie Park, 3903 N St Mary's St, San Antonio, TX 78212, USA

3903 N Saint Mary’s St, San Antonio, TX 78212

Stop #3 is to the right of the entrance into the zoo, on the right side of the zoo roundabout, after the zoo parking lot.

Witte Museum

3801 Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

3801 Broadway St, San Antonio, TX, 78209

Stop #4 is just before the main entrance into the museum in the bus passenger drop off and pick up area.

Botanical Garden

537 Parland Pl, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

555 Funston Pl, San Antonio, TX 78209

Stop #5 is just outside the main entrance into the Botanical Gardens in the bus passenger drop off and pick up area.

The Pearl

612 Avenue A, San Antonio, TX 78215, USA

503 Avenue A, San Antonio, TX, 78215

Stop #6 is at the intersection of Avenue A and Mueller St, across the street from Best Quality Daughter Restaurant.

San Antonio Museum of Art

207 W Jones Ave, San Antonio, TX 78215, USA

200 W Jones Ave, San Antonio, TX 78215

Stop #7 is across the street from the San Antonio Museum of Art, after the pedestrian crosswalk.

Veteran’s Memorial Park and the Tobin Center

403 E Martin St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

451 Jefferson St, San Antonio, TX 78205

Stop #8 is on the street directly in front of the Veteran’s Memorial Park.

Buckhorn Saloon and E. Houston Street

318 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

313 East Houston Street, San Antonio, TX 78205

Stop #9 is in front of the Texas de Brazil Restaurant, across the street from the Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum.

Spanish Governor’s Palace

104 E Commerce St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

104 E Commerce St.

Stop #10 is at the intersection of W Commerce St and N Main Plaza, across the street from the San Fernando Main Plaza.

Historic Market Square

Dolorosa Between San Saba & Santa Rosa, San Antonio, TX 78207, USA

900 Dolorosa, San Antonio TX 78207

Stop #11 is at the bus stop on Dolorosa between San Saba and Santa Rosa, in front of the La Quinta Inn by Windham San Antonio Market Square, across the street from Viva Villa restaurant.

Tower of the Americas and Hemisfair Park

422 S Alamo St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

420 S Alamo St, San Antonio, TX 78205

Stop #12 – is just outside the Magik Children's Theatre of San Antonio, on the southwest side of Hemisfair Park.

The Alamo

615 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

Stop #13 is at the intersection of Avenue E and E Houston St, on the corner of the Hipolito Garcia Federal Building and Courthouse, across the street from the Emily Morgan Hotel.

Crockett Hotel

204 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

Stop #14 is at the intersection of Bonham and E Crocket St, behind the Menger Hotel and across the street from the Crockett Hotel and Tavern.

Alamo Plaza

Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum

Alamo Plaza

Alamo & E. Commerce, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

Intersection of Alamo Plaza and East Commerce Street.

Stop #1 is in front of the entrance to the Alamo Plaza Historic District, with trolleys staged in front of the Chipotle Mexican Grill Restaurant, across from the famous Torch of Friendship.

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Japanese Tea Garden

3903 N St Mary's St, Olmos Park, TX 78212, USA

3853 N St Mary’s St, San Antonio, TX 78212

Stop #2 is at the Brackenridge Park sign for the Japanese Tea Garden and Sunken Garden Theatre, at the bottom of the drive leading up to the Japanese Tea Garden.

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San Antonio Zoo

Kiddie Park, 3903 N St Mary's St, San Antonio, TX 78212, USA

3903 N Saint Mary’s St, San Antonio, TX 78212

Stop #3 is to the right of the entrance into the zoo, on the right side of the zoo roundabout, after the zoo parking lot.

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Witte Museum

3801 Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

3801 Broadway St, San Antonio, TX, 78209

Stop #4 is just before the main entrance into the museum in the bus passenger drop off and pick up area.

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Botanical Garden

537 Parland Pl, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

555 Funston Pl, San Antonio, TX 78209

Stop #5 is just outside the main entrance into the Botanical Gardens in the bus passenger drop off and pick up area.

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The Pearl

612 Avenue A, San Antonio, TX 78215, USA

503 Avenue A, San Antonio, TX, 78215

Stop #6 is at the intersection of Avenue A and Mueller St, across the street from Best Quality Daughter Restaurant.

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San Antonio Museum of Art

207 W Jones Ave, San Antonio, TX 78215, USA

200 W Jones Ave, San Antonio, TX 78215

Stop #7 is across the street from the San Antonio Museum of Art, after the pedestrian crosswalk.

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Veteran’s Memorial Park and the Tobin Center

403 E Martin St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

451 Jefferson St, San Antonio, TX 78205

Stop #8 is on the street directly in front of the Veteran’s Memorial Park.

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Buckhorn Saloon and E. Houston Street

318 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

313 East Houston Street, San Antonio, TX 78205

Stop #9 is in front of the Texas de Brazil Restaurant, across the street from the Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum.

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Spanish Governor’s Palace

104 E Commerce St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

104 E Commerce St.

Stop #10 is at the intersection of W Commerce St and N Main Plaza, across the street from the San Fernando Main Plaza.

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Historic Market Square

Dolorosa Between San Saba & Santa Rosa, San Antonio, TX 78207, USA

900 Dolorosa, San Antonio TX 78207

Stop #11 is at the bus stop on Dolorosa between San Saba and Santa Rosa, in front of the La Quinta Inn by Windham San Antonio Market Square, across the street from Viva Villa restaurant.

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Tower of the Americas and Hemisfair Park

422 S Alamo St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

420 S Alamo St, San Antonio, TX 78205

Stop #12 – is just outside the Magik Children's Theatre of San Antonio, on the southwest side of Hemisfair Park.

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The Alamo

615 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

Stop #13 is at the intersection of Avenue E and E Houston St, on the corner of the Hipolito Garcia Federal Building and Courthouse, across the street from the Emily Morgan Hotel.

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Crockett Hotel

204 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

Stop #14 is at the intersection of Bonham and E Crocket St, behind the Menger Hotel and across the street from the Crockett Hotel and Tavern.

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Alamo Plaza

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Menger Hotel

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Menger Hotel

Step into the timeless elegance of the Menger Hotel, a landmark beside the Alamo. With a storied past and a legacy of hosting notable guests, this historic gem is a living testament to the city’s grandeur and hospitality. Established in 1859, the Menger has welcomed famous figures like Theodore Roosevelt and holds a unique place in San Antonio’s history.

Complete Guide to the River Walk in San Antonio

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Complete Guide to the River Walk in San Antonio

Immerse yourself in the magic of San Antonio’s River Walk, a bustling 15-mile attraction in the heart of the entertainment district. While strolling its meandering pathways offers undeniable charm, consider amplifying your exploration with an Old Town Trolley tour. Imagine comfortably traversing the distance, effortlessly hopping off at hidden gems tucked away from the main path, and soaking in captivating narratives about the riverbank’s history and stories. This dynamic duo — walk and ride — lets you maximize your sightseeing, covering more ground while saving your legs for deeper dives into enchanting spots.

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Crockett Hotel

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Crockett Hotel

Experience historic charm at the Crockett Hotel, a landmark nestled in the heart of downtown San Antonio. Dating back to 1909, this boutique hotel reflects the city’s rich history. Named after the legendary frontiersman Davy Crockett, the hotel seamlessly blends classic elegance with modern comfort. Travel back in time as you step into a lobby adorned with period furnishings and explore corridors that echo tales from a bygone era. Located just steps from the Alamo, the Crockett Hotel offers a unique stay that transports you back in time while providing all the conveniences of the present.

Welcome Center

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Welcome Center

Embark on your San Antonio adventure at the Welcome Center, your gateway to the city’s vibrant offerings. Located at the heart of the action, the center provides essential information, maps, and friendly assistance to ensure you make the most of your visit. Whether you’re seeking recommendations for dining, entertainment, or historical landmarks, the Welcome Center is your go-to resource for a seamless and enjoyable experience in the Alamo City.

Ripley's Believe It or Not! San Antonio

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Ripley's Believe It or Not! San Antonio

Embark on a journey of the bizarre and fascinating at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! in San Antonio. This museum captivates with its collection of oddities, curiosities, and unbelievable artifacts from around the globe. Engage your senses and challenge your perceptions as you encounter extraordinary exhibits, making your visit to Ripley’s a thrilling and unforgettable experience filled with surprises at every turn.

Japanese Tea Garden

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Attractions to explore near this stop

Witte Museum

San Antonio Brackenridge Park
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Witte Museum

Immerse yourself in Texas’ rich history at the Witte Museum. Established in 1926, the museum houses artifacts that tell the region’s story. From prehistoric fossils to contemporary art, the Witte Museum offers a captivating journey through time, providing a deeper understanding of San Antonio’s diverse heritage.

Brackenridge Park

San Antonio Brackenridge Park
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Brackenridge Park

Escape to the natural beauty of Brackenridge Park, a scenic oasis in the heart of San Antonio. Established in 1899, this sprawling park offers a haven of greenery, shaded pathways, and picturesque landscapes. Whether you’re picnicking by the river, or enjoying recreational activities, Brackenridge Park provides a serene retreat for families, nature enthusiasts, and those seeking a peaceful escape within the city.

San Antonio Zoo

Attractions to explore near this stop

Attractions to explore near this stop

Botanical Garden

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Botanical Garden

Explore nature’s beauty at the Botanical Garden, a lush oasis with themed gardens. Since 1980, this garden has been a serene escape from bustling city life. Stroll through rose gardens, tropical landscapes, and educational exhibits emphasizing conservation and biodiversity.

Kiddie Park

San Antonio Kiddie Park
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Kiddie Park

Experience the charm of Kiddie Park, an amusement spot that has been a favorite among San Antonio families since 1925. Maintaining its nostalgic allure with classic rides and vibrant colors, Kiddie Park offers a joyful atmosphere. Ideal for young adventurers, this timeless park invites families to create lasting memories with carousel spins, mini roller coasters, and the timeless charm of a bygone era.

Witte Museum

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Attractions to explore near this stop

Mahncke Park

Mahncke Park
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Mahncke Park

Find peace in the heart of the city at Mahncke Park, a serene urban oasis in San Antonio. Tucked near downtown, this green space offers a quiet retreat with shaded paths, open lawns, and a peaceful lake. Whether you’re looking for a relaxed stroll, a family picnic, or a moment of calm, Mahncke Park provides a soothing break from the city’s hustle and bustle, inviting you to unwind and enjoy nature.

Botanical Garden

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Attractions to explore near this stop

DoSeum

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DoSeum

Ignite curiosity and creativity at the DoSeum, San Antonio’s premier children’s museum. Designed to inspire young minds, this interactive space offers hands-on exhibits, engaging workshops, and playful learning experiences. From the Science Treehouse to the Spy Academy, the DoSeum provides a dynamic environment where children explore, create, and embark on exciting educational adventures.

The Pearl

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Complete Guide to the River Walk in San Antonio

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Complete Guide to the River Walk in San Antonio

Immerse yourself in the magic of San Antonio’s River Walk, a bustling 15-mile attraction in the heart of the entertainment district. While strolling its meandering pathways offers undeniable charm, consider amplifying your exploration with an Old Town Trolley tour. Imagine comfortably traversing the distance, effortlessly hopping off at hidden gems tucked away from the main path, and soaking in captivating narratives about the riverbank’s history and stories. This dynamic duo — walk and ride — lets you maximize your sightseeing, covering more ground while saving your legs for deeper dives into enchanting spots.

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Big Mushroom Statue

San Antonio Grotto
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Big Mushroom Statue

Gaze at the whimsical Big Mushroom, a standout landmark in San Antonio that adds a touch of charm to the city’s skyline. This large and vibrant sculpture is a beloved symbol that captures the imaginations of both locals and visitors. Whether you’re taking photos or just enjoying its playful presence, the Big Mushroom is a delightful stop that adds a fun note to your exploration of San Antonio.

Old Lone Star Brewery

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Old Lone Star Brewery

Step into San Antonio’s brewing history at the Old Lone Star Brewery, a historic site that echoes the city’s past in brewing. Dating back to the late 19th century, this former brewery showcases impressive architecture and stands as a reminder of San Antonio’s brewing legacy. Although it no longer produces beer, the enduring structure and historical significance of the Old Lone Star Brewery make it a fascinating stop for those curious about the city’s industrial past.

The Grotto

San Antonio Grotto
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The Grotto

Uncover a hidden gem in the heart of San Antonio at The Grotto, nestled within the gardens of the San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden. This picturesque grotto features a cascading waterfall and lush greenery, providing a serene backdrop for reflection. Whether you seek a quiet retreat or a peaceful stroll through nature, The Grotto invites you to experience a moment of calm amid the vibrant energy of the city.

San Antonio Museum of Art

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VFW Post 76

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VFW Post 76

Discover the historical significance of VFW Post 76, a local landmark with a rich legacy. Serving as a hub for veterans, this post holds a unique place in San Antonio’s history and community. Explore the stories within its walls and pay tribute to those who have dedicated their lives to service.

San Antonio River Lock

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San Antonio River Lock

Experience the charm of the San Antonio River Lock, a tranquil spot along the river offering a glimpse into the city’s waterway system. As you stroll along the River Walk, take a moment to appreciate the engineering marvel that helps control the water levels, adding a touch of serenity to this iconic urban oasis.

UTSA Southwest Campus

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UTSA Southwest Campus

Explore the UTSA Southwest Campus, a dynamic hub of education and innovation on the outskirts of San Antonio. Home to diverse academic pursuits and cutting-edge research, this campus fosters a vibrant learning environment. Whether you’re a student, faculty member, or a visitor curious about academic endeavors, the UTSA Southwest Campus reflects the city’s commitment to knowledge and progress.

Ursuline Academy

San Antonio City Hall
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Ursuline Academy

Step into the historical Ursuline Academy, a landmark that echoes San Antonio’s educational heritage. Founded in 1851, this academy holds a legacy of providing quality education. From its storied past to its ongoing commitment to learning, Ursuline Academy stands as a testament to the enduring importance of education in the heart of the city.

St. Mary's Catholic Church

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St. Mary's Catholic Church

Visit the iconic St. Mary’s Catholic Church, a spiritual cornerstone in San Antonio with a history dating back to 1857. Admire the Gothic Revival architecture and feel the reverence of this place of worship. Whether attending a service or appreciating the artistry of the church, St. Mary’s holds a sacred space in the cultural fabric of the city.

Plaza de Las Islas Canarias

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Plaza de Las Islas Canarias

Immerse yourself in the cultural diversity of San Antonio at Plaza de Las Islas Canarias, a vibrant public space celebrating the city’s sisterhood with the Canary Islands. Adorned with unique elements, this plaza serves as a gathering spot for events, reflecting the rich connections between San Antonio and its global counterparts.

San Antonio City Hall

San Antonio City Hall
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San Antonio City Hall

Discover the heart of civic life at San Antonio City Hall, a symbol of governance and community engagement. As the seat of local government, this architectural landmark showcases the city’s commitment to effective administration and public service. Whether attending a meeting or simply appreciating the grandeur of the building, San Antonio City Hall embodies the spirit of the city’s democratic ideals.

Veterans Memorial Park and the Tobin Center

Attractions to explore near this stop

Attractions to explore near this stop

Pillar Murals

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Pillar Murals

Embark on a visual feast at the Pillar Murals, a vibrant expression of art nestled in the heart of San Antonio. These captivating murals, adorning city pillars, showcase the creativity and diversity of local artists. Whether you’re a seasoned art enthusiast or simply strolling through the city, the Pillar Murals offer an immersive experience, turning ordinary structures into extraordinary canvases that reflect the spirit of San Antonio.

The Strip

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The Strip

Dive into the vibrant nightlife of San Antonio at The Strip, a dynamic entertainment district that comes alive after the sun sets. Lined with eclectic bars, live music venues, and energetic clubs, The Strip caters to every nocturnal desire. Immerse yourself in the pulsating rhythm of the city, where each establishment along The Strip adds its unique flair to the electric tapestry of San Antonio’s after-hours scene.

Tobin Center

Tobin Center
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Tobin Center

Hosting an array of world-class performances, from ballets to Broadway shows, this state-of-the-art venue invites you to experience the rich tapestry of the city’s arts and culture. A visit to the Tobin Center promises an unforgettable journey into the heart of San Antonio’s artistic spirit.

Buckhorn Saloon and E. Houston Street

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La Panaderia Bakery

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La Panaderia Bakery

Savor the irresistible aroma of freshly baked delights at La Panaderia Bakery, a culinary haven in San Antonio. This artisanal bakery elevates the art of bread-making, offering a delightful array of pastries, sandwiches, and exquisite treats. Immerse yourself in a sensory experience that combines traditional craftsmanship with innovative flavors, making La Panaderia a must-visit destination for connoisseurs and food enthusiasts alike.

The Gunter Hotel

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The Gunter Hotel

Experience the epitome of elegance at The Gunter Hotel, a landmark gracing downtown San Antonio. Since its grand opening in 1909, this iconic hotel has welcomed dignitaries, celebrities, and discerning travelers alike. Immerse yourself in the timeless luxury of its meticulously preserved architecture, blending classic charm with modern amenities for an unparalleled stay in the heart of the city.

St. Mark's Episcopal Church

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St. Mark's Episcopal Church

Discover serenity at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, a sanctuary of peace and reflection in the heart of San Antonio. Established in 1858, this historic church beckons visitors with its stunning Gothic Revival architecture and tranquil surroundings. Whether you seek spiritual solace or an appreciation for architectural beauty, St. Mark’s invites you to pause and experience a moment of respite amid the city’s vibrant energy.

Majestic Theatre

Majestic Theatre
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Majestic Theatre

Step into the enchanting world of entertainment at the Majestic Theatre, a historic treasure in downtown San Antonio. Since its grand opening in 1929, this architectural marvel has hosted a myriad of performances, from Broadway shows to concerts and cinematic experiences. Immerse yourself in the opulent ambiance and rich history of the Majestic, where each visit promises an unforgettable journey through the city’s cultural tapestry.

Spanish Governor’s Palace

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Complete Guide to the San Fernando Cathedral

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Complete Guide to the San Fernando Cathedral

Towering proudly in the heart of San Antonio, the San Fernando Cathedral is more than just a stunning architectural marvel; it’s a vibrant tapestry woven from the city’s rich cultural heritage and storied past. The cathedral’s grand architecture and intricate craftsmanship reflect the city’s diverse history, with influences from Spanish colonists, indigenous communities, and European immigrants. Including this landmark in your itinerary offers an opportunity to truly connect with San Antonio’s heritage, making your trip more meaningful and memorable.

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Penner's

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Penner's

Discover the timeless charm of Penner’s, a historic clothing store that has been a fixture in San Antonio since 1916. Nestled in the heart of downtown, Penner’s offers a curated collection of quality apparel, reflecting the city’s enduring commitment to both tradition and style. Whether you’re shopping for classic garments or simply exploring the local fashion scene, Penner’s invites you to experience the blend of history and sartorial elegance.

Historic Market Square

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O. Henry House

San Antonio King William Historic Area
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O. Henry House

Immerse yourself in literary history at the O. Henry House, the former residence of renowned short story writer William Sydney Porter. Built in 1886, this charming Victorian home reflects the era’s architectural elegance and provides a glimpse into the life and works of one of America’s beloved authors.

Casa Navarro State Historic Site

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Casa Navarro State Historic Site

Step into the preserved home of Texas patriot José Antonio Navarro at the Casa Navarro State Historic Site. This adobe and limestone residence, dating back to the 1850s, stands as a testament to Navarro’s contributions to the state’s early political and cultural landscape. Explore the historic rooms and gardens, gaining insight into the life of this influential Texan.

Bexar County Courthouse

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Bexar County Courthouse

Marvel at the architectural grandeur of the Bexar County Courthouse, a historic site in downtown San Antonio. Built in 1896, this Richardsonian Romanesque masterpiece boasts intricate detailing and stunning craftsmanship. Whether admiring the exterior or exploring the interior, the courthouse is a captivating symbol of the city’s legal and architectural heritage.

Tower Life Building

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Tower Life Building

Gaze up at the Tower Life Building, a prominent feature of San Antonio’s skyline since 1929. This historic skyscraper, with its Gothic Revival and Renaissance influences, offers breathtaking views of the city. From its ornate lobby to the observation deck, the Tower Life Building stands as a testament to the city’s architectural legacy.

Briscoe Western Art Museum

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Briscoe Western Art Museum

Immerse yourself in the cultural richness of the American West at the Briscoe Western Art Museum. Housed in a historic building along the River Walk, this museum showcases an extensive collection of Western art and artifacts. Explore the exhibits that depict the diverse narratives of the region, from cowboy culture to Native American heritage.

La Villita Historic Village

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La Villita Historic Village

Wander through the charming La Villita Historic Village, a preserved neighborhood showcasing San Antonio’s cultural heritage. Originally settled in the 18th century, this historic district is now home to art galleries, shops, and cultural events. Stroll through its cobblestone streets and adobe structures, capturing the essence of the city’s diverse history.

St. John's Lutheran Church

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St. John's Lutheran Church

Discover the spiritual tranquility of St. John’s Lutheran Church, a Gothic Revival-style sanctuary dating back to 1870. Located in the historic King William district, this church reflects the architectural and religious heritage of the area. Whether attending a service or admiring the exterior, St. John’s Lutheran Church is a serene landmark in San Antonio.

Rathskeller Bar

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Rathskeller Bar

Experience the old-world charm of the Rathskeller Bar, a historic watering hole located in the basement of the historic Menger Hotel. Dating back to 1859, this German-style bar offers a cozy and nostalgic ambiance. Sip on classic cocktails and immerse yourself in the rich history of this iconic San Antonio establishment.

King William Historic Area

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King William Historic Area

Stroll through the picturesque streets of the King William Historic Area, a neighborhood renowned for its beautifully preserved Victorian architecture. Dating back to the 19th century, this district showcases elegant mansions, tree-lined avenues, and a blend of cultural influences. Explore the area’s history and charm as you wander through one of San Antonio’s most beloved historic districts.

Tower of the Americas

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Southtown

San Antonio Torch of Friendship / La Antorcha de la Amistad
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Southtown

Explore the vibrant atmosphere of Southtown, a dynamic neighborhood known for its eclectic arts scene, diverse cuisine, and cultural events. Whether you’re wandering through art galleries, savoring local flavors at unique eateries, or attending community gatherings, Southtown offers a lively and creative experience in the heart of San Antonio.

Fairmount Hotel

San Antonio Torch of Friendship / La Antorcha de la Amistad
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Fairmount Hotel

Step into the historic charm of the Fairmount Hotel, a luxurious establishment nestled in the heart of downtown San Antonio. Dating back to 1906, this boutique hotel seamlessly blends classic elegance with modern comfort. Immerse yourself in the timeless ambiance of the Fairmount, where history meets sophistication, offering a unique and memorable stay.

Torch of Friendship / La Antorcha de la Amistad

San Antonio Torch of Friendship / La Antorcha de la Amistad
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Torch of Friendship / La Antorcha de la Amistad

Admire the symbolic La Antorcha de la Amistad, a towering sculpture representing the torch of friendship between the United States and Mexico. Erected in 2002, this monumental artwork graces the entrance to HemisFair Park, serving as a powerful symbol of unity and cross-cultural connections in San Antonio.

Complete Guide to the Alamo in San Antonio

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Complete Guide to the River Walk in San Antonio

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Complete Guide to the River Walk in San Antonio

Immerse yourself in the magic of San Antonio’s River Walk, a bustling 15-mile attraction in the heart of the entertainment district. While strolling its meandering pathways offers undeniable charm, consider amplifying your exploration with an Old Town Trolley tour. Imagine comfortably traversing the distance, effortlessly hopping off at hidden gems tucked away from the main path, and soaking in captivating narratives about the riverbank’s history and stories. This dynamic duo — walk and ride — lets you maximize your sightseeing, covering more ground while saving your legs for deeper dives into enchanting spots.

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Stargazer Statue

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Stargazer Statue

Admire the Stargazer Statue, an enchanting public artwork that adds a touch of whimsy to San Antonio’s scenery. This unique sculpture, in a prominent public space, invites onlookers to pause and enjoy the blend of art with the city’s vibrant energy.

Shops at River Center

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Shops at River Center

Explore a shopping and entertainment hotspot at the Shops at River Center, offering a mix of retail stores, dining choices, and entertainment venues. Whether you’re shopping, dining, or catching a movie, the Shops at River Center provide a lively experience in downtown San Antonio.

St. Joseph Catholic Church

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St. Joseph Catholic Church

Feel the spiritual atmosphere of St. Joseph Catholic Church, a historic place of worship in downtown San Antonio. With its Gothic Revival architecture and rich religious heritage, this church stands as a testament to the city’s cultural diversity and commitment to faith.

The St. Anthony

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The St. Anthony

Indulge in luxury at The St. Anthony, a historic hotel exuding elegance and charm. Dating back to 1909, this boutique hotel seamlessly blends classic sophistication with modern amenities. Whether you’re a guest enjoying a luxurious stay or a visitor appreciating the grandeur of the lobby, The St. Anthony offers a timeless experience in the heart of San Antonio.

Paris Hatters

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Paris Hatters

Discover the iconic Paris Hatters, a historic hat shop in San Antonio since 1917. Located downtown, this family-owned store offers a wide selection of hats, embodying a timeless tradition of style and craftsmanship. Whether you’re in search of a classic fedora or a unique fashion statement, Paris Hatters invites you to find the perfect headwear.

Alamo Cenotaph Monument

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Alamo Cenotaph Monument

Pay homage to the heroes of the Alamo at the Cenotaph Monument, a solemn structure commemorating those who sacrificed their lives during the Battle of the Alamo in 1836. This significant monument, near the Alamo, serves as a focal point for reflection and remembrance.

Long Barracks Museum

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Long Barracks Museum

Immerse yourself in the history of the Alamo at the Long Barracks Museum, a site preserving artifacts and narratives from the famous 1836 battle. Explore the exhibits, learn about the lives of the defenders, and gain a deeper understanding of the events that shaped Texas history. The Long Barracks Museum offers a compelling journey back in time within the historic Alamo complex.

Crockett Hotel

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San Antonio Fire Museum

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San Antonio Fire Museum

Explore the history of firefighting at the San Antonio Fire Museum, a captivating destination showcasing vintage fire trucks, equipment, and memorabilia. Located in the historic Fire Station No. 1, this museum offers an educational and engaging experience for visitors of all ages.

The Emily Morgan San Antonio

The Emily Morgan San Antonio
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The Emily Morgan San Antonio

Enjoy your stay at The Emily Morgan San Antonio, a historic hotel seamlessly blending modern luxury with timeless charm. Situated near the Alamo, this iconic hotel provides guests with a unique and elegant retreat in downtown San Antonio.

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