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  • 1

    The San Antonio River Walk

    132 reviews

    I love the San Antonio River Walk! There's a wide variety of restaurants and little shops. It has a great atmosphere and there's always something going on. There is also the San Antonio Rivercenter mall which has many local stores as well as renowned brands. What I love the most about the River Walk is that you can eat next ...

    Popular withFamiliesLocalFoodies
  • 2

    Alamo

    84 reviews

    It doesn't matter how cliche or touristy it may be, this is a must-see destination for anyone who visits San Antonio. The area is beautiful and the building is historic. History buffs will love it as much as art lovers. You can feel the age of the place with every step you take on the practically-ancient floors. It isn't boring ...

    Popular withHistoryLocalStudents
  • 3

    Six Flags Fiesta Texas

    39 reviews

    Great for a day of fun with the family. If you live close by would suggest getting a season pass because it's almost the same price. Food can get expensive. There is a variety of rides and attractions for all ages. The water park is a good way to cool down in the summer.

    Popular withFamiliesAdventureOutdoor
  • 4

    Sea World San Antonio

    35 reviews

    Fun for the whole family.

    Popular withFamiliesAdventureOutdoor
  • 5

    San Antonio Zoo

    34 reviews

    Visited this one on a trip to see our oldest son who is in the Air Force based in San Antonio. Lots of snakes and more birds than usual.

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  • 6

    Lackland Air Force Base

    23 reviews

    Stationed here for training in the USAF Security Police academy and as a TDY, nice base loved San antonio!

  • 7

    Tower of the Americas

    30 reviews

    Enjoyed the views. Meal was a bit pricey, but good.

    Popular withLocalDesignFamilies
  • 8

    Natural Bridge Caverns

    22 reviews

    Unforgettable experience! My favorite part would definitely be in the beginning, where you take a tour through a real cave! Overall this tour is really fun and educational.

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorAdventure
  • 9

    The Shops at La Cantera

    15 reviews

    Dillards, Macy's, Nordstroms and Nieman Marcus anchor this great outdoor shopping mall!

    Popular withLuxury
  • 10

    San Antonio Missions National Historical Park

    15 reviews

    This atmospheric string of four Spanish colonial missions is a great day-long itinerary when you're visiting San Antonio. Whether you're interested in history or culture, the national historic park has sights, activities and special programs for you.

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  • 11

    Historic Market Square

    17 reviews

    So much culture! I have to come here every time I stay in San Antonio. Walking around and looking at all of the stores is really fun!

    Popular withFamiliesLocal
  • 12

    San Antonio Botanical Garden

    13 reviews

    The gardens are a wonderful place to stroll, especially because you can go into the large glass atriums and immediately be transported to a desert scene, a steamy tropical jungle with many kinds of ferns or a windswept island scene with amazing palm trees. There is also a garden for the blind, an oriental garden and a whole east Texas ...

    Popular withOutdoorDesignAdventure
  • 13

    Majestic Theatre

    11 reviews

    Saw Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs there several years ago and loved it. They always have great shows and the presentation is fabulous!

    Popular withDesignLocalTrendsters
  • 14

    Pearl Farmers Market

    11 reviews

    Pearls Farmer Market is a neat outdoor market where the local farmers from a 150 mile radius come to sell their fresh produce. Be sure to check out the calendar to see when the best time is. Sadly when I went there were only 10 vendors.

    Popular withFoodiesGreenTrendsters
  • 15

    Brackenridge Park

    12 reviews

    It's right near the zoo and museum. Bring some bread to feed the ducks, ride the train and walk/bike the trails. There are 2 playgrounds, one is made of all wood and the other is a normal playground. If you plan on having BBQ you'll need to go early, especially if it's on a weekend or holiday. Some people actually ...

    Popular withOutdoorLocalFamilies
  • 16

    Japanese Tea Gardens

    11 reviews

    The Japanese Tea Garden is a very lovely place to visit. This is a lovely quiet place to walk about in. The scenery is beautiful. This garden is actually alot bigger than I imagined. It has a beautiful koi pond and a walkway that trails back into a bridge. It is a a nice walk. Entrance is free.

    Popular withOutdoorBudgetFamilies
  • 17

    King William Historic District

    10 reviews

    If you like seeing old historic homes. This is the neighborhood for you. Most built by German settlers from the late 1800s- early 1900s. This area is trendy but casual and somewhat eclectic. Lots of local eateries of different cuisines and in all price ranges; from the cheap but decent Tex-Mex restaurant "Tito's" to the pricey "Belgium Bistro." Also very ...

    Popular withDesignFoodiesHistory
  • 18

    Witte Museum

    10 reviews

    Natural History Museum with a focus on the South-West.

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorHistory
  • 19

    Ripley's Believe It or Not! San Antonio

    9 reviews

    Tons of fun.

    Popular withAdventureFamilies
  • 20

    SeaWorld San Antonio

    7 reviews

    What a wonderful way to spend the day with the kids or maybe just for the "inner" kid hidden away in you. The killer whale show is outstanding...It will make you cry. But make sure you don't sit in the splash zone, unless you brought a change of clothes. And almost hidden is the outstanding penguin exhibit where you can ...

    Popular withFamilies
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