Tower of The Americas
For more than 35 years, the 750-foot-tall Tower of the Americas has offered residents and tourists of San Antonio, Texas, the most breathtaking view of the Alamo City – visitors dine at the Tower’s revolving restaurant or enjoy the scenery from the observation deck. Now, Landry’s Restaurants, Inc. has taken the experience to a whole new level. Among the improvements are an upscale eatery, banquet facility and a Texas-themed 4-D, multi-sensory theater.
SeaWorld San Antonio®
Plunge into an ocean of family adventure at SeaWorld San Antonio, the world’s largest marine life adventure park near the scenic Texas Hill Country!
The Aztec Theater
The Aztec On The River is a rare Jewel on San Antonio's RiverWalk. The Aztec Theater is a showpiece of architecture that will have you step back in time when movies where housed in grand palaces. Built in 1926, it is the only surviving exotic-themed movie palace in Texas. The Aztec On The River has been elaborately restored with modern enhancements including a FREE special effects show in the Grand Lobby and a giant screen theatre showing films that transport viewers on exciting adventures. Our unique shopping and dining make a visit to the Aztec On The River a memorable experience.
Winner of the "Best Attraction" award from the Downtown Alliance, the Buckhorn Saloon and Museum is sure to delight and amaze people of all ages. The saloon includes a Café. We'll rustle up a mouthwatering steak and a chuck wagon full of quality meals that hark back to the good ol' days.
The Witte Museum
The Witte Museum is San Antonio's premiere museum of South Texas history, culture, and natural science. Located in Brackenridge Park, on the banks of the San Antonio River, the Witte offers permanent exhibits that include dinosaur skeletons, cave drawings, wildlife dioramas, and even some live animals.
Six Flags Fiesta Texas ®
Fiesta Texas® is an adventure for the entire family. Bugs Bunny and his Looney Tune pals are a must-see for children of all ages. There’s a special area in the waterpark, and over 16 thrilling rides, made just for kids. Come for the rides, and stay for the shows!
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Institute of Texas Cultures
The Institute of Texan Cultures opened in 1968 as the Texas Pavilion at HemisFair. During the fair's six-month run, the exhibit was well received and remained open with an expanded statewide mission. Today, the Institute maintains more than 50,000 square feet of exhibits
The Kiddie Park
THE KIDDIE PARK is one of the most charming, and unique children's amusement park. Founded in 1925, it is the oldest and original children's amusement park in America. The shaded grounds offer great outdoor fun for kids of all ages. No grumps allowed.
San Antonio Childrens Museum
The San Antonio Children’s Museum is a unique and innovative educational resource dedicated to those we serve. Through interactive play, we inspire a journey of life-long learning, ultimately enriching lives and positively impacting the San Antonio community and beyond.
Natural Bridge Caverns
Natural Bridge Caverns, discovered in 1960, is the largest cave in the area. Named after a rock bridge that spans two sinkholes, the 140-year-old-cave boasts more than 10,000 limestone formations.
The San Antonio Zoo
Ranked as one of the top zoos in the nation exhibiting over 3,500 animals representing 75 species. These exhibits include one of the largest bird collections in the world. The zoo also houses the only American exhibit of the endangered whooping crane. Located at the headwaters of the San Antonio River, the zoo encompasses 35 landscaped acres.
The world’s largest tubing park, Schlitterbahn attracts thousands of water-lovers each year to New Braunfels, a small community north of San Antonio.
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