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The River Walk
The San Antonio River Walk is home to hundreds of restaurants, hotels and attractions that are fun for tourists and San Antonio natives alike.  Located on the banks of the historic San Antonio River <more...>

Tower of the Americas
The Tower of Americas, finished in 1968 in honor of the San Antonio World's Fair, is truly a memorable part of San Antonio's downtown skyline. Located in HemisFair Park in downtown San Antonio, the Tower of Americas

McAllister Park
McAllister Park, located adjacent to the San Antonio International Airport, is 856 acres of recreational opportunity for activities like hiking, biking, fishing, camping and wildlife observation.  <more...>

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The Majestic Theatre
Finished in 1929, the Majestic Theatre is one of San Antonio’s most beautiful displays of historic architecture. Designed by John Eberson, this structure offers visitors the opportunity to sit among elaborate chandeliers, intricately crafted wall designs (including peacocks and cupids) and a domed ceiling, on which stars twinkle and clouds drift. 

Natural Bridge Caverns
Natural Bridge Caverns is an exhibit of hundreds of magnificent calcite formations, formed over thousands of years, that open to the public for viewing on tours.

The San Antonio Zoo
The San Antonio Zoo holds one of the largest collections of animals in the United States, with over 3,500 animals of 750 different species.  <more...>

The Witte Museum
Founded in 1926, the Witte Museum is a museum of natural and local history and science, designed to interest people of all ages. Among its many attractions

San Antonio Missions Baseball
One of America’s favorite pastimes is baseball, and San Antonio is no different.

The San Antonio Botanical Gardens
The Botanical Gardens is a 33-acre facility located near downtown San Antonio and complete with a variety of organic delicacies. 

The San Antonio Museum of Art
The museum opened in 1981, is an extensive collection of a variety of art forms. Several galleries are the home of constantly changing exhibitions, including

San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo
Many San Antonians wait all year for the annual San 
Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo. Kicked off every year by the Cowboy Breakfast, an event open <more...>

Market Square
The Market Square, also known as El Mercado, is a small area jam-packed with culture. Colorful shops and small stands are available for unique purchases  <more...>

Japanese Tea Gardens
The San Antonio Japanese Tea Gardens were designed and built in the 1920s in an abandoned limestone quarry. 
City officials from San Antonio enlisted the help of Kimi Eizo Jingu, a Japanese master gardener and inventor of green tea ice cream, to help design and build the gardens. As thanks to Jingu, San Antonio city officials invited him to move into a house on the gardens property. <more...>

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