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Alamo Dome  Many EVENTS are happening but just to see the structure is impressive as well as Fun Facts about it.

Art Pace, A Foundation for Contemporary Art. 445 North Main Ave. 18,000 square foot facility is a unique art complex that houses galleries, artists’ studios and residencies for 12 artists participating in the Foundation’s International Artis-In-Residence Program.

Botanical Gardens 555 Funston Pl. 33 acres/13 hectacre showcase of flora from wildflowers to cacti and roses. Includes a conservator, children’s garden and a garden for the blind.

Brackenridge Park 3910 St. Mary’s This tree-shaded park has acres of playgrounds and picnic areas. It is home to the San Antonio Zoological Gardens and Aquarium, Japanese Tea Garden, Sunken Garden Theatre, driving range and the city’s oldest public golf course.

Buckhorn Saloon & Museum 318 East Houston This museum is a bizarre hybrid of a place, including the Buckhorn Saloon, an extensive wildlife and horn collection, a wooden bar made of cherry and walnut that was carved in the 1890’s. The Buckhorn also includes the Texas History Wax Museum with live performances by gunslingers, cowboy singers and trick ropers.

Children’s Museum 305 East Houston Hands-on exhibits delightful for all ages. Kids can be airline pilots in a life-sized cockpit, replica of San Antonio with landmarks, teddy bear hospital and the Oakie Dokie Kiddie Corral where kids can milk a cow or practice their roping skills.

Cowboys Dance Hall 3030 NE Loop 410 at I-35 Two stories of fun with country and western dancing and an indoor rodeo.

Fiesta San Antonio (Fiesta) Night in Ole San Antonio (NIOSA) April.  Multiple events in and around San Antonio includes parades, food, drinks, carnival rides, music, dancing and shopping something for everyone, click on links to see calendar of events and locations. 

FIESTA TEXAS AT SIX FLAGS (Theme Park) 17000 IH 10 W • San Antonio • TX 78257 Phone: (210) 697-5457 • Fax: (210) 697-5444 • Toll Free: (800) 697-4258 
Six Flags Fiesta Texas is a theme and water park that reflects the heritage and culture of its Southwest roots. The park occupies approximately 200 acres and feature numerous adult and children's rides. Shows, thrilling rides and skill games are built around themes celebrating Texas and the Southwest . 14.9 miles.

Galleria Ortiz 102 Concho St. Gallery offers an incredibly detailed collection of Mexican crafts, including beautifully painted wooden animals.

Hemisfair Park 600 HemisFair Park. Park was once the site of the World’s Fair and it is currently home to the Tower of the Americas where there is an observation deck and restaurant. Park also includes an interactive museum that is part of the Instate of Texan Culture.

Institute of Texan Cultures 801 South Bowie St. Educates visitors about the twenty-seven ethnic and cultural groups of Texas.

King William Historic Area 1032 South Alamo St. District where the German merchants settled in the late 19th century. Victorian mansions.

La Villita 418 Villita St. Historical arts center on the south bank of the San Antonio River is home to many artisan shops and galleries.

Market Square  Discover authentic Mexican dining and music enriched with a fascinating legacy of public markets full of bright bold colors and beautiful treasures.  Market Square has plenty of festive events taking place year round, including Primer Sabado y Domingo-celebrating the first weekend of every month! You can also search "Market Square" for other celebrations.  San Antonio is always ready to celebrate something.mm

Natural Bridge Caverns 26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Road  Discovered 40 years ago these 140 million year old rock formations continually change.

Pioneer Memorial Hall Museum 3805 Broadway next to the Witte Museum. Three rooms showcase the lore and artifacts of the 19th century trail drivers and Texas Rangers

Riverwalk 100 Villita Built a full story below street level it has three miles of stone pathways lining both banks of the San Antonio River as it flows through downtown. Some areas are peaceful and quiet and others are noisy and fun with clusters of restaurants, bars, hotels and even strolling Mariachi bands. River taxis and charter boats.

San Antonio Mission National Park 2202 Roosevelt Ave. All of San Antonio’s historic missions with the exception of the Alamo are included in this park.

San Antonio Museum of Art 200 West Jones Ave. Housed in the historic 1884 Lone Star Brewery this is one of the largest museums in the Southwest. Fine displays of Greek and Roman antiquities, Asian art, Latin American art, American and European Paintings and decorative arts.

San Antonio Rose Palace f(210) 698-3300, 25665 Boerne Stage Rd., San Antonio, Texas 78255,Facilities for your company, association, or group activities.  Two covered arenas are adaptable for a variety of events.

San Antonio Zoological Gardens and Aquarium 3903 North Saint Mary’s Brackenridge Park. Ranked as one of the most popular attractions in Texas, the Zoo is home to a plethora of species. The stunning garden features 70 acres of varied plant life, nature trails and great views.

Schlitterbahn Water Park (830) 625-2351 400 North Liberty Street  New Braunfels, TX 78130 Resort, Home of the World's Longest Water Park Ride

Sea World Of Texas Theme Park Home to Shamu® The park includes shows, rides, restaurants and Aquatica Water Park. (800) 700-7786 10500 SeaWorld Drive, San Antonio, TX 78251 Take Loop 410 West to SeaWorld exit. Take Highway 151 West to Westover Hills Blvd. and turn left. Westover Hills Blvd. will take you directly to SeaWorld's entrance.

The Alamo 300 Alamo Plaza Construction began on tis one-time mission in 1724. It has become memorial to the last stand of men in their fight against much larger Mexican army.

The Spanish Governor’s Palace 105 Plaza de Armas A natural historic landmark, this place is the only example existing in Texas of an early Spanish aristocrat’s home. Built in 1749

Tower of America 600 HemisFair Park Located at HemisFair Park this site Includes an observation deck and revolving restaurant. At the tower’s base waterfalls and ponds provide serenity.

Witte Museum 3801 Broadway St. San Antonio’s most eclectic museum with display’s on everything from dinosaurs to Native Americans. The Witte focuses on history, science and the humanities.


Comfort Inn & Suites Airport
8640 Crownhill Blvd.
San Antonio, TX 78209
(210) 249-2000
Fax (210) 249-2010

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