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70 BEST Things To Do in San Antonio, TX (Fun and Unique!)

Nicole Abbott

Nicole Abbott, Updated October 4, 2022

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San Antonio a city where real fun and adventure are just a step away. It is ranked number 1 in the best places to live in Texas and ranked number 16 in the best cheap vacation spots. From the infamous Alamo to museums, this city has many family-friendly attractions to see.

With the number of things to do in San Antonio, it’s impossible to complete everything all in one day. From the most popular attractions to San Antonio’s hidden gems, you’ll want to add these to your list to get the most out of your vacation. You’ll discover restaurants, museums, music venues, aquariums, distilleries, parks, zip lining, and more!

No matter what you have planned, San Antonio has much to offer. Let’s dive into the 70 best things to do in Pigeon Forge.

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70 Best Things to Do in San Antonio

Visiting San Antonio can seem overwhelming at a glance and you may have some trouble deciding where exactly to start on your trip. Below, we’ve put together an extensive list of things to do in San Antonio to make your trip an unforgettable one.

1. Monster Mini Golf

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Map It: 2267 NW Military Hwy, San Antonio, TX 78213Phone: (210)-979-8888 | WebsiteHours: Monday-Thursday: 2 PM-9 PM, Friday: 2 PM-10 PM, Saturday: 12 PM-10 PM, Sunday: 12 PM-8 PM | Entrance: Prices vary

Bring the family along for this kid-friendly activity that will be sure to make for a day of fun! This mini golf course has beaming black lights that will give you the most stimulating golfing experience. While golfing, you’ll interact with animated monsters at every twist and turn.

What you’ll need to know: Along with this mini golf course, you can check out other attractions which include laser tag, bowling, a gaming arcade, a laser maze, virtual reality, and a ropes course.

2. Visit the Alamo

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Map It: 300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205Phone: (210)-225-1391 | WebsiteHours: 9 AM-5:30 PM | Entrance: Prices vary

If you’re a history buff, you’ll want to visit The Alamo in San Antonio. During your visit, you’ll uncover over 300 years of history that will make for an intriguing afternoon. It existed under five flags of independent nations and served for five different armies.

During your visit, you’ll take a chronological journey through the history of Texas. If you want to keep track of important events, it’s worth bringing a notepad along.

What you’ll need to know: Most of the Alamo site is located outdoors so you want to make sure you check the weather before your visit. It is recommended to bring sunscreen, bug spray, water, comfortable shoes, and a hat or umbrella.

3. Eat at Taco Taco

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Map It: 145 E. Hildebrand Ave, San Antonio, TX 78212 | Phone: (210)-822-9533 | WebsiteHours: 7 AM-2 PM | Entrance: Prices vary

You can’t visit San Antonio without paying a visit to Taco Taco. Taco Taco has the freshest and finest Mexican food and the best tacos in America. They serve breakfast, appetizers, taco specialties, a la carte, and desserts.

If you love fajitas, you’ll love how these are sizzling served. In addition to me can food, they are also a coffee shop.

What you’ll need to know: All dishes use unique Mexican-style recipes.

Related Read: 10 BEST Mexican Restaurants in San Antonio

4. Visit Morgan’s Wonderland

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Map It: 5223 David Edwards Dr, San Antonio, TX 78233  | Phone: (210)-495-5888 | WebsiteHours: Times Vary | Entrance: Starting at $13

Morgan’s Wonderland is the number one ultra-accessible theme park. Morgan’s wonderland is the world’s first theme park that is designed for those with special needs. The theme park brings together kids of all ages for inclusive play.

Among the attractions are the wonderland express, carousel, fishing at the wharf, and even wheelchair swings. This theme park even hosts birthday parties.

What you’ll need to know: Even if you are just spectating, you will still need to purchase a ticket.

5. Guenther House

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Map It: 205 E Guenther St, San Antonio 78204Phone: (210)-227-1061 | WebsiteHours: Wednesday-Sunday: 8 AM-2 PM | Entrance: Prices vary

The Guenther House Museum is worth adding to your schedule if you’d like to learn some San Antonio history. The Guenther Museum now houses cookware, baking accessories, and China plates that were given to customers by the mill. Along with a museum they also have a restaurant and gift shop.

What you’ll need to know: The Guenther House restaurant is also open from Wednesday-Sunday from 8 AM-2 PM.

6. Visit the River Walk

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Map It: 849 E Commerce St, San Antonio, TX 78205Phone: (210)-227-4262 | WebsiteHours: Open 24 Hours | Entrance: Free

The San Antonio River Walk is the number one attraction in Texas. You can experience the magical excitement of the River Walk as you get to relax, play, and reconnect. You’ll see restaurants, hotels, shops, museums, and recreation spots.

What you’ll need to know: The River Walk is a public park and is free to visit. Boat rides, attractions, and other activities will have various costs associated with them

Related Read: 9 BEST Restaurants On San Antonio Riverwalk

7. Menger Bar

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Map It: 204 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205Phone: (210)-223-4361 | WebsiteHours: Monday-Thursday: 12 PM-11 PM, Friday & Saturday: 12 PM-12 AM | Entrance: Prices vary

If you’ve just so happened to be staying at the Menger Hotel, you’ll want to stop by the Menger Bar. The Menger bar serves innovative cocktails and cuisines with Lone Star history on the side. It was voted one of the top 10 most historic bars in the United States.

Not only can you taste some of these delicious cocktails, but they have a full bar menu that offers sandwiches, appetizers, soups and salads, and even a children’s menu. The bartender may even explain the history behind the mahogany bar and show you the bullet holes from Teddy Roosevelt’s gun.

What you’ll need to know: While the bar does not offer a Happy Hour menu, you can try one of their seasonal craft cocktails.

8. Botanical Garden

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Map It: 204 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205Phone: (210)-536-1400 | WebsiteHours: Open Daily: 8 PM-7 PM, Thursday: 8 PM-9 PM | Entrance: Starting at $13

The San Antonio Botanical Garden is a top attraction that is a museum of plants, a classroom, a research and conservation facility, and entertainment venue. It displays art, music, architecture, and theater and makes it come to life!

What you’ll need to know: If you get hungry, you can even dine at their newest restaurant with a Mediterranean influence.

Related Read: 15 Romantic Getaways in San Antonio, Texas

9. Missions National Historic Park

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ap It: 6701 San Jose Dr, San Antonio, TX 78214Phone: (210)-534-8875 | WebsiteHours: Open Daily: 9 AM-5 PM | Entrance: Free Admission

At Missions National Historical Park you’ll explore stories of America’s people and places. You’ll learn about the natural resources in parks from the rocks under our feet to the skies overhead. You’ll learn about the issues that affect the parks and how to address them.

Missions National Historic Park has ranger-led programs, and curriculum materials, offer photography permits, and have junior ranger programs. This is the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in Texas.

What you’ll need to know: Daily Ranger-led programs are offered at 10 AM and 11 AM.

10. Majestic Theater

Map It: 224 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205 Phone: (210)-226-5700 | WebsiteHours: Times Vary | Entrance: Prices Vary

If you’d like to see a good show, head on down to the Majestic Theater in San Antonio’s entertainment district. Here you can see a variety of shows such as comedy, concerts, children’s events, and more. The Majestic Theater is a pillar of history and entertainment in the San Antonio area.

If you’re feeling fancy, you can elevate your experience with premium additions. You can book the Ambassador Alcoves which is a private section of the theater, take a theater tour, or check out the Majestic club and sip on cocktails in their lounge.

What you’ll need to know: The theater has an in-seat service option! Just scan the QR Code at your seat, order from their mobile menu and your order will be delivered directly to your seat!

Related Read: 23 BEST Kid-Friendly Restaurants In San Antonio

11. Natural Bridge Caverns

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Map It: 26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Rd, San Antonio, TX 78266Phone: (210)-651-6101 | WebsiteHours: Sunday-Friday: 9 AM-4 PM, Saturday: 9 AM-5 PM | Entrance: Prices Vary Per Day

The Natural Bridge Caverns in San Antonio Texas are the largest and one of the premier show caves. During your visit, you’ll take a tour of underground chambers, find your way through outdoor mazes, and pan for treasure-like miners. Also available are the ropes course and zip rails.

What you’ll need to know: You should wear light, outdoor clothing, and comfortable walking shoes.

12. Sisters Grimm Ghost Tour

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Map It: 204 Alamo Plaza Suite #T, San Antonio, TX 78205Phone: (210)-638-1338 | WebsiteHours: Open Daily: 11 AM-9 PM | Entrance: Starting at $25

If you love all things spooky, you’ll want to head on over to Sisters Grimm Ghost Tour. You’ll be able to choose from the Haunted Bus Tour, the Menger Hotel Dinner & Bus Tour, and the Haunted History Ghost Walk. You’ll have a night of fun and get to see some historical haunted buildings along the way!

What you’ll need to know: Tours will be held rain or shine, unless there is severe weather, then you will receive a refund.

13. Lollypop Carriage Co.

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Map It: Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205Phone: (210)-622-9673 | WebsiteHours: Monday-Thursday: 6 AM-10:30 PM, Friday: 6 AM-12:30 AM, Saturday: 11 AM-12 AM, Sunday: 11 AM-10:30 PM | Entrance: Prices Vary

If you want a unique way of seeing San Antonio, you can stroll through the streets on the Lollypop carriage. You’ll take your time strolling to learn everything about the city of San Antonio. To make a reservation, you’ll call to receive a quote.

What you’ll need to know: When the temperature is too high (over 95 degrees) or too low, the horses do not work on the streets.

14. Visit a Rodeo

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Map It: 723 AT&T Center Parkway, San Antonio, TX 78219Phone: (210)-225-5851 | WebsiteHours: Monday-Thursday: 9 AM-5 PM | Entrance: Prices Vary Per Event.

There is no truer way to experience San Antonio Texas without visiting a Rodeo. Their tournament-style rodeo has 19 PRCA rodeo performances where contestants compete back to back in each bracket. The most money earned at the end of each round will be crowned the San Antonio Rodeo Champion.

What you’ll need to know: Rodeo tickets include access to the carnival, action-packed PRCA Rodeo, and entertainment following the PRCA Rodeo.

15. Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum

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Map It: 318 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205Phone: (210)-247-4000 | WebsiteHours: Monday: 10 AM-3 PM, Tuesday-Thursday: 10 AM-5 PM, Friday & Saturday: 10 AM-6 PM, Sunday: 10 AM-5 PM | Entrance: Prices Vary.

The Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum were where Teddy Roosevelt recruited rough riders and the Pancho Villa was rumored to have planned the Mexican Revolution. The Saloon still holds many of the original furnishings. The bar has located brewed beers on draft and has Prickly Pear margaritas that are a Texas favorite.

What you’ll need to know: Admission is not required to visit the Buckhorn Saloon, Cafè, Gift Shop, or the Arcade.

16. Market Square

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Map It: 515 W Commerce St, San Antonio, TX 78207Phone: (210)-247-8600 | WebsiteHours: Open Daily: 10 AM-6 PM | Entrance: Free

At San Antonio’s Market Square, you’ll get to experience authentic Mexican artifacts, hand-crafted leather goods, and a diverse collection of cultural apparel at their shops. They are known for their family-oriented events, live entertainment, and dancing. Every weekend of the year, you’ll get to stroll along Market Square with your family and see all the unique activities there are to do.

What you’ll need to know: All Events are Free & Open to the Public

17. San Antonio Fire Museum

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Map It: 801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205Phone: (210)-390-7236 | WebsiteHours: Tuesday-Saturday: 10 AM-3:30 PM | Entrance: Adults: $5, Seniors: $3, Children: $2, Children under 3

The San Antonio Fire Museum is one of the hidden gems you can add to your list of places to visit. The Museum is operated by the Fire Museum Society, with the staff volunteering more than 1,200 hours each month to preserve its history. During your visit, you will see antique fire trucks, fire fighting equipment, and artifacts dating back to the 1800s.

You’ll also see a fire truck from 1953 that was built by the Simms Fire Department. Your kids will be able to climb and dress up in firefighter gear. The entire museum is volunteered and operated by donors.

What you’ll need to know: For children, the Fire Prevention Puppet Shows are available at the Museum by email appointment, subject to availability of the puppeteer.

18. Spurs Game

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Map It: 1 AT&T Center Parkway, San Antonio, TX 78219Phone: (210)-444-5000 | WebsiteHours: Game Times Vary | Entrance: Ticket prices vary per game

If you’re in town and have a love for basketball, you’ll want to check out a San Antonio Spurs Game. The Spurs play in the Western Conference Southwest Division. This basketball team plays its games at the AT&T Center.

What you’ll need to know: Depending on who the Spurs are playing, ticket prices are always changing, especially during playoff games.

19. Visit the Kiddie Park

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Map It: 3903 N St. Mary’s St, San Antonio, TX 78212Phone: (210)-734-7184 | WebsiteHours: Monday-Wednesday: 9 AM-5 PM, Thursday & Friday: 9 AM-4 PM, Saturday & Sunday: 9 AM-7 PM | Entrance: Starting at $27.99

If you’re searching for a fun-filled day with the kids head on over to San Antonio’s Kiddie Park. The Kiddie Park is the oldest children’s amusement park in the country. The park has a 1920s style that has maintained all of its original rides such as the Ferris Wheel and carousel.

What you’ll need to know: Children up to 12 years old can enjoy all the rides at the Kiddie Park. Adults can join in on the fun and ride free with their children on the Carousel and the Flying Saucers. All other rides are designed for children with no weight or height restrictions.

20. Visit the Farmer’s Market

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Map It: 312 Pearl Pkway, San Antonio, TX 78215Phone: (210)-212-7260 | WebsiteHours: Saturday: 9 AM-1 PM, Sunday: 10 AM-2 PM | Entrance: Free

If you have some free time on your hands during the weekend, head on over to the Farmer’s Market. This is an open, outdoor grocery store event that is held rain or shine. Saturdays are for local farmers and ranchers so you can find fresh produce and meat.

Sunday’s are for local artisans, so you’ll find culinary-inspired home goods such as pottery, wood, crafts, and more. The Farmer’s Market vendors grow, produce, harvest, and raise every product that they sell.

What you’ll need to know: It is free to enter the Farmer’s market, you’ll only pay for the product that you purchase.

21. Six Flags Fiesta Texas

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Map It: 17000 W I-10, San Antonio, TX 78257Phone: (210)-697-5050 | WebsiteHours: Saturday & Sunday: 10:30 AM-6 PM | Entrance: Starting at $59.99

If you’re a thrill seeker and want to spend the day in the sun, head on over to Six Flags in San Antonio. Here you’ll be able to ride on the World’s Steepest Dive Coaster lifts riders 150 feet in the air. Along with rollercoasters, Six Flags also has a water park.

The water park has a Texas-shaped wave pool with cabanas on the side. You’ll also be able to check out the Bahama Blaster, bamboo chutes, paradise plunge, thunder rapids water coaster, and more!

What you’ll need to know: If you plan on riding rollercoasters, it’s recommended to wear closed-toed shoes.

22. San Antonio Museum of Art

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Map It: 200 W Jones Ave, San Antonio, TX 78215Phone: (210)-987-8100 | WebsiteHours: Monday: Closed, Tuesday & Friday: 10 AM-7 PM, other days 10 AM-5 PM  | Entrance: Adult: $20, Youth (13-18): $10, Child (0-12): free, Seniors: $17, Military: $12, Students: $12

Come to the San Antonio Museum of Art and be taken around the world to explore five thousand years of art. When browsing the contemporary galleries, you’ll notice the works of internationally recognized artists that share prominence with Texas regional art.

Some of the exhibitions include Tony Parker’s Heroes and Villians, A Legacy in Clay, Latin America Popular Art, Roman Landscapes, and more. Groups can explore the exhibitions through a guided tour.

What you’ll need to know: There is no flash photography allowed in the galleries. Photography is not allowed in Special Exhibitions unless otherwise noted

23. San Antonio Zoo

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Map It: 3903 N St. Mary’s St, San Antonio, TX 78212Phone: (210)-734-7184 | WebsiteHours: Sunday-Wednesday: 9 AM-5 PM, Thursday & Friday: 9 AM-4 PM, Saturday: 9 AM-7 PM | Entrance: Adult: starts at $23.50, Child: starts at $18.57

Does your family have a love for animals? You can’t pass up this family-friendly activity of visiting the San Antonio Zoo. Among the animals, you’ll see The Grottos, Asian Forest, Cat Grottos, Reptile House, and more! You’ll even be able to interact with the giraffes for a giraffe feeding.

Some other experiences you and your family will be able to partake in the flamingo mingle, visiting the rhinos, kangaroo crossing, and the zoo train. The zoo now has a parking garage where you can conveniently and safely park your cars.

What you’ll need to know: San Antonio Zoo strictly enforces a dress code. Proper attire must be worn at all times, including shirts and appropriate footwear.

24. Chalk it Up

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Map It: 445 N Main Ave, San Antonio, TX 78205Phone: (210)-212-4900 | WebsiteHours: Every October | Entrance: Free

If you’re feeling creative and visiting San Antonio during October, you’ll want to check out their Chalk it Up event. Chalk it up is an annual celebration of their region’s creative culture. This is a free festival where you can collaborate on large-scale chalk murals, participate in art activities, and meet local artists.

Chalk it Up is the second largest fundraiser of the year. Chalk it Up artists play a role to meet the Artspace mission of engaging with the local communities.

What you’ll need to know: Chalk it Up is open to schools, community groups, local businesses, and nonprofits.

25. The DoSeum

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Map It: 2800 Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78209Phone: (210)-212-4453 | WebsiteHours: Monday: 10 AM-5 PM, Tuesday: Closed, Wednesday: 10 AM–5 PM, Thursday: 10 AM-5 PM, Friday: 10 AM-5 PM, Saturday: 9 AM-5 PM, Sunday: 12 PM-5 PM | Entrance: Kids and Adults: $14, Kids under 1 are free

The DoSeum is a kid-friendly museum with many interactive exhibits for them to enjoy. They’ll explore the joy of learning through interactive galleries that are connected to STEM, arts, and literacy. You’ll explore DIY activities, story times, and questions from kids.

What you’ll need to know: Depending on your child’s age, it can take anywhere from 1-3 hours to go through the museum.

26. Japanese Tea Gardens

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Map It: 3853 N St Mary’s St, San Antonio, TX 78212 | Phone: (210)-212-8423 | WebsiteHours: Open Daily: 7 AM-5 PM | Entrance: Admission is free

The Japanese Tea Garden is one of the most loved, educational, and cultural resources in San Antonio. It is designed with walkways, stone arch bridges, an island, and a Japanese pavilion. The nursery provided exotic plants and the city donated the lighting system.

In the Japanese Tea Garden, you’ll come across the pavilion, the waterfall, and the Jingu house cafe. This is a great place your family can go if you want to hold a special event.

What you’ll need to know: The Japanese Tea Garden is pet-friendly as long as they are on a leash.

27. Witte Museum

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Map It: 3801 Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78209Phone: (210)-357-1900 | WebsiteHours: Monday: 10 AM-5 PM, Tuesday: 10 AM-6 PM, Wednesday-Saturday: 10 AM-5 PM, Sunday: 12 PM-5 PM | Entrance: $14 for adults, $13 for seniors, $10 for children (4 to 11). Free for members and children 3 and under

If you love science, head on over to the Witte Museum to explore the world of science. It is San Antonio’s most visited museum and also explores nature and culture. Among the exhibits are the power of poison (where you’ll learn about poisonous plants) and other galleries.

What you’ll need to know: Enjoy free General Admission every Tuesday from 3 PM–6 PM into the Witte Museum campus. General Admission is access to Witte’s permanent galleries and exhibitions that are with General Admission.

28. Visit SeaWorld

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Map It: 10500 Seaworld Dr, San Antonio, TX 78251 | Phone: (210)-520-4732 | WebsiteHours: Thursday-Sunday: 10:30 AM-6 PM | Entrance: As low as $49.99

Seaworld is one of the top family-friendly attractions in San Antonio. You can experience thrilling coasters and extraordinary rides. Some of the rides you can experience are the Texas Stingray, Riptide Rescue, Sea Swinger, Wave Breaker, Great White Roller Coaster, Journey to Atlantis, and more!

What you’ll need to know: Your SeaWorld San Antonio admission ticket includes all rides, shows, and attractions. To include Aquatica, Seaworld’s Waterpark, you will need a SeaWorld + Aquatica ticket or pass

29. Mission Trail

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Map It: 317 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205Phone: (210)-244-2000 | WebsiteHours: Open Daily: 9 AM-5 PM | Entrance: Hours vary

If you want to observe real history, head on over to Missions Trail in San Antonio where there are several things to explore. At Missions Trail you can explore the outdoors like the paradise canyon to go hiking. Missions Trail was the first world heritage site in Texas by the United Nations Organization.

What you’ll need to know: Free parking is available at each of the mission sites at San Antonio Missions National Historical Park.

30. Shuffle Scavenger Hunt

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Map It: 310 N St Mary’s St, San Antonio, TX 78205Phone: (855)-275-5071 | WebsiteHours: Times Vary | Entrance: $22

If you want to explore San Antonio like never before, you’ll want to do their city scavenger hunt. San Antonio is Texas’ most walkable city, and on this scavenger hunt, you’ll loop around in storied buildings and cultural institutions. During your scavenger hunt, you’ll see the Majestic Theater, The Alamo, and Main Plaza.

What you’ll need to know: You’ll work with your team to answer trivia questions and complete photo challenges. You’ll earn extra points for each hidden treasure you find and photo your team takes.

31. Rent an Electric Bike

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Map It: 4001 Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78209Phone: (210)-462-1151 | WebsiteHours: Tour Times Vary | Entrance: Prices Vary

Hop on one of San Antonio’s electric bikes and view the city like never before. You’ll get to your mission trail on your bike and learn about the founding of San Antonio in 1718. You’ll start your journey at the Blue Star Brewery and continue to Mission Concepcion, San Jose, San Juan, and Espada.

What you’ll need to know: This is a self-guided tour that takes 2.5-3 hours.

32. River Boat Tour

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Map It: 1125-1119 River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78205Phone: (210)-227-4746 | WebsiteHours: Open Daily: 10 AM-10 PM | Entrance: Starting at $7.50

On this narrated cruise, you’ll go on a river boat tour to learn about the history and culture of San Antonio. You can purchase your tickets online and use them for any public tour that leaves the docks every 15 to 20 minutes. Weather permitting, these cruises run anywhere from 10 AM-10 PM

What you’ll need to know: Narrated Cruises operate as normal during busy seasons but on occasion, visitors can select the date and time for your cruise where capacity is limited

33. San Antonio Haunted Pub Crawl

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Map It: 507 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205Phone: (805)-757-0512 | WebsiteHours: Open Daily: 10 AM-8 PM | Entrance: $30

If you’re looking for some haunted fun after hours, you’ll want to check out San Antonio’s haunted pub crawl. You’ll stop at 4 of the oldest and most haunted bars and hear tales of gruesome events that occurred there. Some people say that there are apparitions that still reside there to this day.

You’ll enjoy drink specials at 3 of 4 bars and get free cover at every bar. People are encouraged to take photographs as paranormal activity is captured quite often on the crawl.

What you’ll need to know: Please take note that reservations are mandatory.

34. Alamo and San Antonio Helicopter Tour

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Map It: 8535 Mission Rd Suite 104, San Antonio, TXPhone: (210)-921-2359 | WebsiteHours: Open Daily: 10 AM-7 PM | Entrance: Starting at $98.50

On this helicopter tour, you’ll get stunning views of San Antonio from the air. You will trace the paths downtown, and go past the Alamodome, and the tower of the Americas.

You will hear about each of the sites from your headset and capture images of the historic Alamo battle site from above. If you’re bringing a child under the age of 2, they may sit on your lap for free.

What you’ll need to know: Children touring without a parent or guardian will require a permission slip.

35. Magic Christmas Tour

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Map It: 300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205Phone: (855)-275-5071 | WebsiteHours: Times Vary | Entrance: Starting at $615 per group

If you’re traveling with a large group and want to check out some of the festive activities, you’ll want to book a magic Christmas tour. This tour is only booked in groups but is well worth it. You will visit the most beautifully decorated places in San Antonio.

What you’ll need to know: This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund

36. Ranger Creek Brewstillery Tour

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Map It: 4834 Whirlwind Dr, San Antonio, TX 78217Phone: (210)-339-2282 | WebsiteHours: Every Saturday at 1 and 3 PM| Entrance: $15

If you love distilleries, you want to go to the Ranger Creek Brewstillery Tour. This tour is two tours in one and you’ll learn how to make beer and bourbon. This includes a detailed guided tour and three samples.

What you’ll need to know: Tours are limited to 20-25 guests with an additional option to join the VIP Whiskey Sampling Experience.

37. Ripley’s Believe it or Not

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Map It: 307 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205 | Phone: (210)-224-9299 | WebsiteHours: Open Daily: 10 AM-10 AM | Entrance: Starting at $14/

Ripley’s, Believe it or Not, is a fun house where believing is seeing. You will explore the unusual and fascinating exhibits that have been collected by world-famous traveler Robert Ripley. You’ll be amazed, astounded, and most of all, entertained!

What you’ll need to know: It will take you approximately 2 to 3 hours to tour Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

38. Guinness World Record’s Museum

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Map It: 329 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205 | Phone: (210)-226-2828 | Website | Hours: Sunday-Thursday: 10:30 AM-7 PM, Friday & Saturday: 10 AM-11 PM | Entrance: $25.99

You’ll enjoy a combination of world record artifacts, exhibits, videos, touch screen computers, games, and interactive media. With this interactive, you’ll be able to take a chance at breaking a world record during your visit. Their attractions are Guinness World of Records and Tomb Raider 3D.

What you’ll need to know: Several public parking lots are located conveniently within walking distance of our attractions; parking fees may vary.

39. Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks

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Map It: 301 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205 | Phone: (210)-224-9299 | Website | Hours: Sunday-Thursday: 10 AM-10 PM, Friday & Saturday: 10 AM-11 PM | Entrance: Adult: $24.99, Child: $14.99

Louis Tussauds Wax Museum has over 200 wax figures. Grab your camera and strike a pose because you’ll be able to take a selfie with your favorite celebrity. You’ll see horror villains and superheroes to powerful politicians and the Hollywood elite.

What you’ll need to know: Children ages 2 and under are free and must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets are valid for one year from the date of purchase

40. Texas Air Museum

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Map It: 1234 99th St, San Antonio, TX 78214| Phone: (210)-977-9885 | Website | Hours: Tuesday-Saturday: 9 AM-4 PM | Entrance: General $6, Senior $5, Military $4, Youth $3, Child $2

Over the years, the Texas Air Museum has been solely to tell the story of Texas and tell San Antonio’s vital role in military power. It pays tribute to aviation pioneers, and achievements of aviation, and pays respect to honor those who gave their lives. Most of its exhibits focus on vintage aircraft centers around World War II.

What you’ll need to know: The museum is staffed entirely by dedicated volunteers. If you would like to be a volunteer, you can come by and speak with the museum.
41. Pearl Brewery

42. Eat Authentic Cuisine

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Map It: 514 W Commerce St, San Antonio, TX 78207 | Phone: (210)-977-9885 | Website | Hours: Tuesday-Saturday: 9 AM-4 PM | Entrance: General $6, Senior $5, Military $4, Youth $3, Child $2

Grab one of your friends and head on over to Historic Market Square where you’ll enjoy the sights and flavors of Mexico. You’ll get to explore over 100 locally owned businesses that provide a unique marketplace experience. At the square, you’ll be able to eat authentic Mexican cuisine, sing, dance, and have mini fiestas.

You’ll be able to eat at the food court, Mi Tierra Cafe & Bakery, La Margarita Restaurant & Oyster Bar, and Viva Villa Taqueria.

What you’ll need to know: Since some places are located outside, you’ll want to check the weather before heading to the square.

43. Hopscotch Immersive Art Experience

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Map It: 711 Navarro St Suite 100, San Antonio, TX 78205 | Phone: (210)-960-2064 | Website | Hours: Monday & Tuesday: Closed, Wednesday & Thursday: 11 AM-9 PM, Friday & Saturday 11 AM-11 PM | Entrance: Adults: $24, Child: $15

If you have a love of art, you’ll want to check out hopscotch which brings together artists to create a unique experience. At this event, you’ll see showcases from artists that have taken creativity to another level. These works of art are meant to attract new audiences.

What you’ll need to know: Parking is available in the Travis Park Plaza Garage adjacent to Hopscotch for a discounted rate of $5 for 3 hours.

44. Scenic San Antonio Night Tour

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Map It: Downtown San Antonio | Phone: (855)-275-5071 | Website | Hours: Times vary | Entrance: Starting at $109

If you love yours and have a heart for the nightlife, you’ll want to take the scenic night tour of San Antonio. Included in this night tour is also a river walk cruise where you’ll spend 3 hours viewing the beautiful illuminated skyline. Your tour will be narrated as your travel by points of interests and your pickup and drop-off location is up to you.

What you’ll need to know: This tour/activity will have a maximum of 7 travelers

45. Go to a Magic Show at The Magicians Agency Theater

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Map It: 217 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205 | Phone: (855)-290-5502 | Website | Hours: Showtimes vary | Entrance: Starting at $36.99

If you love magic, bring the family to Magicians Agency Theater to see the magical performance. Your kids will enjoy a night of enchantment at the venue. After the show, you’ll be able to browse the magic shop and even take home some of the magic.

What you’ll need to know: Get there one hour before the show and you can get close-up magic, free popcorn, and a crack the code challenge. This is a fun scavenger hunt that will take you around the building.

46. Underground Escape Room

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Map It: 9995 I-H 10 W, San Antonio, TX 78230 | Phone: (210)-641-2828 | Website | Hours: Monday-Thursday: 1 PM-9:15 PM, Friday 1 PM-11:45 PM, Saturday: 12 PM-11:45 PM, Sunday: 12 PM-9:15 PM | Entrance: Prices vary

Ever since the movie, escape rooms have become popular all over the country. You can get together with friends to figure out rooms to try and escape your particular room. You’ll work your way through puzzles to try and be the fastest team to escape their room.

Doing an escape room is just like playing a life-sized video game. If you’ve never experienced an escape room, you’re in for one entertaining challenge!

What you’ll need to know: Before participating you will need to sign a waiver.

47. Sealife San Antonio

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Map It: 849 E Commerce St Suite 600, San Antonio, TX 78205 | Phone: (210)-610-1160 | Website | Hours: Open Daily: 10 AM – 6 PM | Entrance: Starting at $27.99

Your kids will enjoy this underwater world at Sealife San Antonio. You’ll be able to go through an underwater tunnel, get up close with sharks and sting rays, touch a sticky anemone, and explore over 10 exhibits. You’ll be able to participate in free creature talks and live feedings too!

What you’ll need to know: Visits to SEA LIFE San Antonio are not guided. The typical visit takes approximately 1 hour.

48. Indoor Skydiving

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Map It: 15915 I-10, San Antonio, TX 78257 | Phone: (210)-762-4359 | Website | Hours: Monday: Closed, Tuesday-Thursday: 12 PM-7 PM, Friday: 11 AM-7:30 PM, Saturday: 10 AM-7 PM, Sunday: 10 AM-6 PM | Entrance: Prices Vary

If you’ve ever wanted to experience skydiving without the actual jumping out of planes, you can try indoor skydiving. Indoor skydiving is popular among people of all ages. To start, your instructor will show you the basics of indoor skydiving, after that, you’ll be ready to fly!

What you’ll need to know: You’ll want to wear well-fitting, lace-up sneakers, or running shoes. Other shoes are not suitable. Wear casual clothes, preferably pants and a shirt without a collar.

49. Take Scuba and Swimming Classes

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Map It: 449 McCarty Rd, San Antonio, TX 78216 | Phone: (210)-684-3483 | Website | Hours: Monday & Tuesday: 10:30 AM-6:30 PM, Wednesday: 10:30 AM-4 PM, Thursday & Friday: 10:30 AM-6:30 PM, Saturday: 9:30 AM-5 PM, Sunday: Closed | Entrance: Prices Vary

If you’re looking for an activity that’s out of the ordinary, you can scuba diving or swimming class. Dive Masters is San Antonio’s oldest dive shop. They have a specialty of courses that will help expand your diving and swimming knowledge.

There is also an open water diver course for an entry-level scuba diving class. You will learn the basics of scuba diving, along with the physics behind diving, safety concerns, dive planning, and more!

What you’ll need to know: These courses are mostly held on weekends.

50. Visit the Briscoe Western Art Museum

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Map It: 210 W Market St, San Antonio, TX 78205 | Phone: (210)-299-4499 | Website | Hours: Thursday-Sunday: 10 AM-5 PM | Entrance: General Admission: $12, Seniors: $10, Active Duty: $6, Children 12 & Under: Free

If you love Museums, you’ll want to add the Briscoe Western Art Museum to your list of things to do. The Briscoe Western Art Museum inspires and educates the public with engaging exhibits, educational programs, and events about their traditions.

Some of the exhibits include art artifacts from the American West, cowboy artists of America, and more! If you’re with a large group of 10 or more, you can schedule an adult tour.

What you’ll need to know: The Briscoe Museum is located within walking distance of several paid parking lots, metered spots, and VIA bus stops. Free parking is available all day on Sundays at city-owned garages, meters, and parking lots.

51. Holocaust Memorial Museum

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Map It: 12500 NW Military Hwy, San Antonio, TX 78231 | Phone: (210)-302-6807 | Website | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9 AM-3 PM, Saturday: Closed: Sunday: 1 PM-4 PM | Entrance: Free to the public

The Holocaust Memorial museum has been open for over twenty years. When you visit, you’ll be led through a tour that explains the history of this period, along with a survival story of a Holocaust survivor. This is a great way to expand your knowledge of the Holocaust increase your sensitivity to others and develop critical thinking skills.

What you’ll need to know: Parking is free in the lot adjacent to the museum.

52. Long Barracks Museum

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Map It: 300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205 | Phone: (800)-712-4194 | Website | Hours: Open Daily: 9 AM-5:30 PM | Entrance: Free to the public

The Long Barracks Museum is one of the oldest buildings on the Alamo site. It served as the quarters and offices of the Spanish missionaries. During your visit, you’ll be able to see the stones in the north end including some large, square-cut stones that appear consistent with the 19th century.

What you’ll need to know: You will need to make a reservation before visiting the Long Barracks Museum.

53. Texas Line Dancing

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Map It: 3030 NE Interstate 410 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78218 | Phone: (210)-646-9378 | Website | Hours: Dance lesson times vary | Entrance: Prices Vary

If you’re visiting San Antonio and want to find out what Texas is all about, you can sign up for Texas Line Dancing. Cowboys Dance Halls offers dance lessons for those interested in line dancing. They have beginner, intermediate, & advanced classes, and you don’t even need a partner to sign up!

What you’ll need to know: Lessons are not held on concert nights.

54. Visit Hemisfair Park

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Map It: 434 S Alamo St, San Antonio, TX 78205 | Phone: (210)-709-4750 | Website | Hours: Dawn til Dusk | Entrance: Free

If you’re looking for a relaxing place to spend your afternoon, you’ll want to stop by Hemisfair park. Hemisfair Park is a great place to bring your kids to burn off some steam at the playgrounds. While you’re there, you can also bring food along so you can have picnics.

What you’ll need to know: There are restrooms available at this park.

55. Yanaguana Garden

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Map It: 434 S Alamo St, San Antonio, TX 78205 | Phone: (210)-709-4750 | Website | Hours: Dawn til Dusk | Entrance: Free

Yanaguana Garden opened in 2015 and is one of the most frequently visited areas in Hemisfair Park. It’s 4 acres of an active play area that have a splash pad, games plaza, public art, historic homes, and over 500 free events per year.

What you’ll need to know: It’s suggested to spend at least 1-2 hours exploring the whole area.

56. Visit the Magik Theater

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Map It: 420 S Alamo St, San Antonio, TX 78205 | Phone: (210)-227-2751 | Website | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9 AM-5 PM, Saturday: 12 PM-4 PM, Sunday: 12 PM-4 PM | Entrance: Adults: $25, Children (2-17): $20, Military, Students, & Seniors: $20, Children under 2: Free

Magik Theater is the hidden gem of San Antonio that you must bring the kids to! The theater uses the power of storytelling for kids to activate their imaginations. It will grow their young minds, inspire creativity, and make them love learning.

No matter what the age or need, the Magik Theater offers something for everyone. They offer sensory-friendly play and American Sign Language interpreted performances for each production.

What you’ll need to know: You can visit their website to view upcoming performances.

57. Legoland

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Map It: 849 E Commerce St Suite 910, San Antonio, TX 78205 | Phone: (210)-610-1150 | Website | Hours: Open Daily: 10 AM-5 PM | Entrance: Starting at $21.99

Legoland is an amusement where children will make the most unforgettable memories. They have mini land where you will enjoy the jaw-dropping and interactive cityscape that has been created using 1.5 million legos. They have Lego 4D cinema where you can enjoy exciting Lego movies with epic effects like wind, rain, and snow!

In addition to these attractions, they also have a kingdom quest, Merlin’s apprentice ride, Lego racers, and more! Make sure you bring your camera along, you’ll want these memories on film.

What you’ll need to know: For the most enjoyable experience, we encourage you to visit on a weekday afternoon or evening.

58. Aquatica San Antonio

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Map It: 10500 Seaworld Dr, San Antonio, TX 78251 | Phone: (210)-520-4732 | Website | Hours: Open Daily: 10:30 AM-6 PM | Entrance: Starting at $35.99

At Aquatica San Antonio you’ll enjoy a day of fun in the sun. Grab your swimming gear and race down water slides, float along pools and rivers, dine at restaurants, see animals, and explore the kid-friendly fun area.

Some attractions you can visit are cutback cove, kookabura cove, slippity dippity, walkabout waters, and zippity zappity. You can buy tickets and annual passes online.

What you’ll need to know: No outside food, beverages, or coolers are allowed to be brought into Aquatica San Antonio, except you may bring a bottle of water or a refillable water bottle.

59. Go Supercar Driving

Map It: 3623 E Evans Rd Suite 101, San Antonio, TX  78259 | Phone: (210)-742-2820 | Website | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:30 AM-4:30 PM | Entrance: Starting at $35.99

Have you ever had a dream car, but couldn’t afford to purchase it? Have you been thinking about taking one for a test drive? Well, now you can head over to Supercars of San Antonio and take a test drive of your favorite car.

You can even rent one to cruise around the city. You can rent one of their Mercedes Benz and drive around in style at just the submission of a form!

What you’ll need to know: You will pick up your rental at the airport.

60. Go Golfing

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Map It: 24404 Wilderness Oak, San Antonio, TX 78260 | Phone: (210)-497-1770 | Website | Hours: Open Daily: 7 AM-7 PM | Entrance: Prices vary

Canyon Springs Golf Course is one of the best golf courses in San Antonio. It has upscale amenities, top-notch guest services, and a beautiful natural setting, and great place to dine. Golfers will share the course with longhorn steer, wild deer, and other wildlife species.

What you need to know: There is a reasonable dress code that is required at all times.

61. Visit North Star Mall

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Map It: 7400 San Pedro Ave, San Antonio, TX 78216 | Phone: (210)-342-2325 | Website | Hours: Monday-Thursday: 11 AM-8 PM, Friday & Saturday: 11 AM-9 PM, Sunday: 12 PM- 6 PM   | Entrance: Free

If you have some free time and want to unwind, stop by the North Star Mall to browse through the stores. North Star Mall is an internationally acclaimed shopping destination and home to the largest cowboy boot sculpture (as shown above). During your visit, you will explore one of the largest malls and over 200 specialty stores and restaurants.

What you’ll need to know: If you are bringing small children, the play area is located on the lower level by JC Penny.

62. Go on a Segway Tour

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Map It: 260 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205 | Phone: (210)-441-1198 | Website | Hours: Open Daily: 9 AM-7 PM | Entrance: $75

If you want a unique way of seeing San Antonio, you’ll want to go ahead and book a Segway tour. On this tour, you will glide around San Antonio as your guide highlights the architecture of the city. You’ll glide through famous landmarks like the Alamo and River Walk and come across some great photo opportunities.

What you’ll need to know: This Segway tour lasts for 2 hours including the training.

63. Visit the Aztec Theater

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Map It: 104 N St Mary’s St, San Antonio, TX 78205 | Phone: (210)-812-4355 | Website | Hours: Monday-Friday 12 PM-6 PM | Entrance: Prices Vary

If you’re visiting San Antonio and want to catch a show, you’ll most likely find it at the Aztec Theater. The Aztec Theater hosts several shows like bands and private events. The Aztec Theater is San Antonio’s premier events facility and is considered an architectural work of art.

What you’ll need to know: Call ahead to find out showtimes.

64. Go Kart Racing

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Map It: 6955 Northwest Loop 410, San Antonio, TX 78238 | Phone: (210)-802-0802 | Website | Hours: Monday-Thursday: 12 PM-10 PM, Friday: 12 AM-12 PM, Saturday: 10 AM-12 AM, Sunday: 10 AM-10 PM   | Entrance: Starting at $25.95

One of the most popular family-friendly attractions in San Antonio is go-kart racing. You can come in and complete the fastest lap against friends, family, and other racers. If you’re a first-time driver, you will have a brief lesson on the rules and safety.

After each race, you’ll receive a race result sheet where you can compare times to other drivers. You will even be able to check your results online to see how you did for that week or month:

What you’ll need to know: All racers need to have a signed waiver on file in their account. Waivers are available to sign in-store when you arrive. Minors (under 18 years of age) will need to have their waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian.

65. Go Tubing in the Guadalupe River

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Map It: 12120 FM306, Canyon Lake, TX 78133 | Phone: (830)-964-3990 | Website | Hours: Open Daily: 9 AM-8 PM  | Entrance: Starting at $20

If you’re traveling on a hot day and want to hit the water, you might want to consider renting a tube to go tubing on the Guadalupe River. Shanty Tubes has rentals you can use for a set amount of hours. With every tubing rental, life jackets are offered free of charge.

What you’ll need to know: You’ll be able to take the trip of your choice, and don’t forget a cooler with your favorite beverages and snacks.

66. Visit Liberty Bar

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Map It: 1111 S Alamo St, San Antonio, TX 78210 | Phone: (210)-227-1187 | Website | Hours: Monday: 5 PM-12 AM, Tuesday & Wednesday: Closed, Thursday & Friday: 5 PM-12 AM, Saturday & Sunday: 11 AM-12 PM  | Entrance: Prices Vary

The Liberty Bar in San Antonio is an easy-going eatery and bar in a restored convent. It was established in 1984 and is all about character, context, and authenticity. If you’re looking for a place to eat, drink, and hang out you’ll want to stop by and check out this hidden gem of San Antonio.

What you’ll need to know: Private Lot, Street and parking lot parking are available as well as an additional lot across the street on S. Alamo and Pereida St.

67. Visit the Blue Star Arts Complex

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Map It: 1414 S Alamo St, San Antonio, TX 78210 | Phone: (210)-354-3775 | Website | Hours: Open Daily: 8 AM-2 AM| Entrance: Prices Vary

Blue Star is the heart of downtown San Antonio Art. It is home to San Antonio’s longest-running art space that features art venues, shops, and studios if you want to grab a bite to eat. No matter what the age there’s a little something for everyone at the Blue Star Art Complex.

What you’ll need to know: Keep up with the event calendar to see upcoming events.

68. Attend Fiesta San Antonio

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Map It: 110 Broadway Suite 350, San Antonio, TX 78205 | Phone: (210)-227-5191 | Website | Hours: April | Entrance: Free

Grab your dancing shoes if you’re traveling to San Antonio during April and head on over to the San Antonio Fiesta. This is a celebration of rich and diverse cultures and is one of the premier festivals and has raised $340 million.

What you’ll need to know: The fiesta is 11 days long and offers many family-friendly and children-based events.

69. Visit the Historic Tower of the Americas

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Map It: 739 E Cesar E Chavez Blvd, San Antonio, TX  78205 | Phone: (210)-223-3101 | Website | Hours: Sunday-Thursday: 11 AM-10 PM, Friday & Saturday: 11 AM-11 PM | Entrance: Adults: $16.50, Seniors & Military: $13, Children 4-12: $12, Children 3 & Under: free

The Tower of the Americas is located in downtown San Antonio, is 750 feet tall, and will provide you with the most spectacular view of the Alamo City. This is the tallest observation tower in Texas. It now features a restaurant, an indoor and outdoor observation deck, a gift shop, and a 4D theater show.

What you’ll need to know: Parking can range anywhere from $10-$20 depending on what day of the week you visit.

70. Visit the Wildseed Farms

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Map It: 100 Legacy Dr, Fredericksburg, TX 78724 | Phone: (830)-990-1393 | Website | Hours: Open Daily: 9:30 AM-6 PM | Entrance: Prices Vary

If you have an eye for nature and wine tasting, you’ll want to check out Wildseed Farms. Wildseed Farms has a vineyard and tasting room available for guests. In 2015 they started vast farming to help fill the gap for quality grapes grown in Texas.

On the farm, you’ll be able to appreciate the beautiful wildflowers fields. This wildflower field spans over 200 acres.

What you’ll need to know: Visit the walking trails for covered sitting areas and photo opportunities in their own right, surrounded by flowers, butterflies, and hummingbirds.

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