San Antonio

The second largest city in the state of Texas, San Antonio is both an important financial as well as cultural center of the southern United States. This is where the plains of southern Texas meet the Hill Country, Prairie and lakes. The city sees an influx of 28.1 million visitors annually.

Top Attractions

  • Mission Espada

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was the first Spanish Mission in Texas. It was founded in 1690 as San Francisco de los Tejas near present-day Nacogdoches in East Texas. Today it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site

  • Mission San Jose

    Mission San Jose is a culturally rich district known for San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. The park has several 18th-century Spanish presidios, including Mission Concepción, with its colorful, centuries-old frescoes. Families gather at Mexican eateries or head to the play areas and softball fields of Concepcion Park. The Mission Marquee Plaza hosts outdoor movies and a farmers’ and artisan market.

  • Riverwalk Cruise

    Discover the Soul of San Antonio on a small cruise along the San Antonio River. Just steps below street level, escape into San Antonio’s rich history

  • Sea World

    SeaWorld San Antonio is a 250-acre marine mammal park, oceanarium and animal theme park in the Westover Hills District of San Antonio.

  • Six Flags Fiesta Texas

    Enjoy a fun day filled with thrill rides and rollercoaster.

  • The Alamo

    The Alamo Mission, commonly called the Alamo and originally known as the Misión San Antonio de Valero, is a historic Spanish mission and fortress compound founded in the 18th century by Roman Catholic missionaries in what is now San Antonio, Texas, United States. It was the site of the Battle of the Alamo in 1836.

  • The Riverwalk

    Robert H. H. Hugman was a young architect with a vision. His concept of winding pathways and bridges flanking the river was his beautiful solution to harnessing the river running through downtown. It also managed heavy seasonal rains, saving both lives and dollars. It wasn’t until much later that the full vision of the Father of the River Walk realized its’ full potential.

    Today people can enjoy a large variety of shops and restaurants

  • Villa Finale Museum & Garden

    In 1876, merchant Russel C. Norton built a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during San Antonio’s Spanish period. At that time, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.
    However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River. Through it all, the old Norton house went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes happening throughout the city and region.

Performance Venues

  • The Alamo

    Get a chance to perform a concert in front of the Alamo


  • Music Festival

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