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Guidebook for San Antonio

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Guidebook for San Antonio

Drinks & Nightlife
A very consistent little gem. Really good local experience right across the street from your studio, leaving you worry free to enjoy the nightly specials, great selection of live music and honestly, you'll just have to try the food for your self! ( a very san Antonian flair!)
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Sanchos Cantina & Cocina
628 Jackson Street
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A very consistent little gem. Really good local experience right across the street from your studio, leaving you worry free to enjoy the nightly specials, great selection of live music and honestly, you'll just have to try the food for your self! ( a very san Antonian flair!)
With a speak easy feel, after perhaps a nice dinner or drinks at the pearl, you can make your way to the basement for a nice evening full of jazz. Very authentic to any jazz club you will find some of the best musicians in the city collaborating. If you tune in to 91.7 on Saturday Nights, you can enjoy the show from home!
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Jazz, TX
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With a speak easy feel, after perhaps a nice dinner or drinks at the pearl, you can make your way to the basement for a nice evening full of jazz. Very authentic to any jazz club you will find some of the best musicians in the city collaborating. If you tune in to 91.7 on Saturday Nights, you can enjoy the show from home!
Swanky speakeasy-style spot where hipster bartenders mix classic cocktails & also serve charcuterie.
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Bar 1919
1420 South Alamo Street
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Swanky speakeasy-style spot where hipster bartenders mix classic cocktails & also serve charcuterie.
This is has been dubbed "The Oldest Honky Tonk in San Antonio!'. Any guests or locals will usually find this chill,country, music venue alive with great bands, local food trucks and great bar deals! Heck, they even have cowboy kareoke!
The Lonesome Rose
2114 N St Mary's St
This is has been dubbed "The Oldest Honky Tonk in San Antonio!'. Any guests or locals will usually find this chill,country, music venue alive with great bands, local food trucks and great bar deals! Heck, they even have cowboy kareoke!
If whiskey and beer are your go-tos, then a tour of Ranger Creek Brewing and Distillery is in order. Since opening in 2010, Ranger Creek has been a beloved “brewstillery” of San Antonio offering $10 tours that include a tasting and a souvenir pint glass. Beware: The tours fill up quickly so make sure to purchase a ticket in advance
Ranger Creek Brewing & Distilling
4834 Whirlwind Drive
If whiskey and beer are your go-tos, then a tour of Ranger Creek Brewing and Distillery is in order. Since opening in 2010, Ranger Creek has been a beloved “brewstillery” of San Antonio offering $10 tours that include a tasting and a souvenir pint glass. Beware: The tours fill up quickly so make sure to purchase a ticket in advance
Food Scene
About Owner - Mark D. Rodriguez General Information Happy Hour Mon. - Fri. 3pm -6pm Food and Drink Specials Public Transit Blue Route stops right in front of Tito's Restaurant categories Family Style Restaurant · Tex-Mex Restaurant
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Tito's Mexican Restaurant
955 South Alamo Street
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About Owner - Mark D. Rodriguez General Information Happy Hour Mon. - Fri. 3pm -6pm Food and Drink Specials Public Transit Blue Route stops right in front of Tito's Restaurant categories Family Style Restaurant · Tex-Mex Restaurant
Multi-Cuisine Parking Street and parking lot parking Price Range $$ Specialties Serves lunch, dinner and drinks Services Walk-Ins Welcome Good For Groups Good For Kids Take Out Waiter Service Outdoor Seating About A local tradition serving steaks & whisky since 1979. Attire Casual
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Josephine Street
400 East Josephine Street
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Multi-Cuisine Parking Street and parking lot parking Price Range $$ Specialties Serves lunch, dinner and drinks Services Walk-Ins Welcome Good For Groups Good For Kids Take Out Waiter Service Outdoor Seating About A local tradition serving steaks & whisky since 1979. Attire Casual
Business Details Cuisine barbeque Parking Street parking Price Range $ Specialties Serves lunch and dinner About B&D Ice House since 1961. Reimagined Spring 2014. Attire Casual
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B&D Ice House
1004 South Alamo Street
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Business Details Cuisine barbeque Parking Street parking Price Range $ Specialties Serves lunch and dinner About B&D Ice House since 1961. Reimagined Spring 2014. Attire Casual
Business Details Cuisine Multi-Cuisine Parking Street and parking lot parking Price Range $$ Specialties Serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks and coffee Services Catering Delivery Good For Groups Good For Kids Outdoor Seating Takes Reservations Take Out Waiter Service Walk-Ins Welcome About Tribeca is a New American restaurant in Olmos Park, TX with specialty entrees, salads, burgers, pizzas, pasta, and seafood. General Manager Nick Gutierrez & Emely Zuluaga, Rudy Souberbielle Attire Casual Culinary Team Executive Chef David Yokuty card
Tribeca 212
4331 McCullough Avenue
Business Details Cuisine Multi-Cuisine Parking Street and parking lot parking Price Range $$ Specialties Serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks and coffee Services Catering Delivery Good For Groups Good For Kids Outdoor Seating Takes Reservations Take Out Waiter Service Walk-Ins Welcome About Tribeca is a New American restaurant in Olmos Park, TX with specialty entrees, salads, burgers, pizzas, pasta, and seafood. General Manager Nick Gutierrez & Emely Zuluaga, Rudy Souberbielle Attire Casual Culinary Team Executive Chef David Yokuty card
Business Details Cuisine american (new) Price Range $$ Specialties Serves dinner and drinks Services Walk-Ins Welcome Waiter Service Outdoor Seating ADDITIONAL CONTACT INFO http://www.feastsa.com MORE INFO Culinary Team Stefan Bowers- Executive Chef Zeke Cavazos- Sous Chef
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Feast
1024 South Alamo Street
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Business Details Cuisine american (new) Price Range $$ Specialties Serves dinner and drinks Services Walk-Ins Welcome Waiter Service Outdoor Seating ADDITIONAL CONTACT INFO http://www.feastsa.com MORE INFO Culinary Team Stefan Bowers- Executive Chef Zeke Cavazos- Sous Chef
Business Details Parking Parking Lot parking Price Range $ Cuisine delis and sandwiches Specialties Serves lunch Services Takes Reservations Walk-Ins Welcome Good For Groups... See More card ADDITIONAL CONTACT INFO info@wddeli.com http://www.wddeli.com MORE INFO About You'll love our great fresh food at reasonable prices served in a fun & funky atmosphere. Come by and see us! You've got to try our cookies! General Manager Wayne Beers, Michael Bobo, Brandy Harris Attire Casual categories Deli · American Restaurant · Sandwich Shop
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W D Deli
3123 Broadway Street
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Business Details Parking Parking Lot parking Price Range $ Cuisine delis and sandwiches Specialties Serves lunch Services Takes Reservations Walk-Ins Welcome Good For Groups... See More card ADDITIONAL CONTACT INFO info@wddeli.com http://www.wddeli.com MORE INFO About You'll love our great fresh food at reasonable prices served in a fun & funky atmosphere. Come by and see us! You've got to try our cookies! General Manager Wayne Beers, Michael Bobo, Brandy Harris Attire Casual categories Deli · American Restaurant · Sandwich Shop
Fresh, local bakery where everyone can enjoy a nice lunch between looking for new books and checking out antique libraries. This is sandwiched between three local book stores and is located in an historic home converted to compliment the business!
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W D Deli
3123 Broadway Street
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Fresh, local bakery where everyone can enjoy a nice lunch between looking for new books and checking out antique libraries. This is sandwiched between three local book stores and is located in an historic home converted to compliment the business!
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The Cove
606 West Cypress Street
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The Pigpen is a neighborhood bar in San Antonio. A great place to eat, drink, watch sports on TV, and relax. We have an outdoor bar & playground for kids.
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The Pigpen Neighborhood Bar
106 Pershing Ave
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The Pigpen is a neighborhood bar in San Antonio. A great place to eat, drink, watch sports on TV, and relax. We have an outdoor bar & playground for kids.
Hearthstone BakeryCafe
4212 McCullough Avenue
a husband-and-wife team making beautiful ice pops, ice cream and more. We believe in using real ingredients and responsible practices to make wholesome treats for all ages. We change our flavors regularly and seasonally, so stop by often to see what's new. Got a suggestion for a flavor or something we need to know? Email us at info@paleteriasanantonio.com.
Paleteria San Antonio
510 South Alamo Street
a husband-and-wife team making beautiful ice pops, ice cream and more. We believe in using real ingredients and responsible practices to make wholesome treats for all ages. We change our flavors regularly and seasonally, so stop by often to see what's new. Got a suggestion for a flavor or something we need to know? Email us at info@paleteriasanantonio.com.
Located in a restored firehouse (complete with pole) in the center of Southtown, Battalion bring Italian fine dining to San Antonio. The grilled mackerel and red meat dishes are scrumptious, but the handmade pasta dishes—like fettuccine, lasagna and spaghetti—are the real standouts. House favorites like savory bucatini ai frutti di mare (with clama and octopus) and classic eggplant parmesan are served in smaller, tapas-style portions, so order two or three to ensure you leave full.
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Battalion
604 S. Alamo St.
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Located in a restored firehouse (complete with pole) in the center of Southtown, Battalion bring Italian fine dining to San Antonio. The grilled mackerel and red meat dishes are scrumptious, but the handmade pasta dishes—like fettuccine, lasagna and spaghetti—are the real standouts. House favorites like savory bucatini ai frutti di mare (with clama and octopus) and classic eggplant parmesan are served in smaller, tapas-style portions, so order two or three to ensure you leave full.
Chef Steve McHugh’s new restaurant, Cured, makes use of the purest regional ingredients, paired with organic methods and is built on a foundation of lovingly hand-crafted cured foods, from charcuterie to pickles. The restaurant’s renovated historical building, built in 1904 as Pearl’s Administration Building which included the president’s office, embodies the perfect blend of a contemporary and historical atmosphere.
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Cured at Pearl
306 Pearl Parkway
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Chef Steve McHugh’s new restaurant, Cured, makes use of the purest regional ingredients, paired with organic methods and is built on a foundation of lovingly hand-crafted cured foods, from charcuterie to pickles. The restaurant’s renovated historical building, built in 1904 as Pearl’s Administration Building which included the president’s office, embodies the perfect blend of a contemporary and historical atmosphere.
The Magnolia Pancake Haus’ famous breakfast was built around a recipe for “The World’s Best” buttermilk pancakes and unique menu items made with the freshest ingredients. Family owned and operated since 2000, we strive everyday to provide the best breakfast experience in San Antonio.
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The Magnolia Pancake Haus
10333 Huebner Road
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The Magnolia Pancake Haus’ famous breakfast was built around a recipe for “The World’s Best” buttermilk pancakes and unique menu items made with the freshest ingredients. Family owned and operated since 2000, we strive everyday to provide the best breakfast experience in San Antonio.
Arts & Culture
The San Antonio Museum of Art is an art museum in Downtown San Antonio, Texas, USA. In the early 1970s, plans were initiated to purchase the historic Lone Star Brewery complex for conversion into it and following a $7.2 million renovation, it opened to the public in March 1981.[1] It was funded through grants from the Economic Development Administration of San Antonio, and numerous businessmen and foundations. Address: 200 W Jones Ave, San Antonio, TX 78215 Hours: MondayClosed Tuesday10AM–9PM Wednesday10AM–5PM Thursday10AM–5PM Friday10AM–9PM Saturday10AM–5PM Sunday10AM–5PM Suggest an edit Founded: 1981 Phone: (210) 978-8100 Director: Katherine Luber
San Antonio Art Museum
The San Antonio Museum of Art is an art museum in Downtown San Antonio, Texas, USA. In the early 1970s, plans were initiated to purchase the historic Lone Star Brewery complex for conversion into it and following a $7.2 million renovation, it opened to the public in March 1981.[1] It was funded through grants from the Economic Development Administration of San Antonio, and numerous businessmen and foundations. Address: 200 W Jones Ave, San Antonio, TX 78215 Hours: MondayClosed Tuesday10AM–9PM Wednesday10AM–5PM Thursday10AM–5PM Friday10AM–9PM Saturday10AM–5PM Sunday10AM–5PM Suggest an edit Founded: 1981 Phone: (210) 978-8100 Director: Katherine Luber
Modern museum housing art & artifacts reflecting the history & culture of the American West. Address: 210 W Market St, San Antonio, TX 78205 Hours: MondayClosed Tuesday10AM–9PM Wednesday10AM–5PM Thursday10AM–5PM Friday10AM–5PM Saturday10AM–5PM Sunday10AM–5PM Suggest an edit Phone: (210) 299-4499
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Briscoe Western Art Museum
210 West Market Street
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Modern museum housing art & artifacts reflecting the history & culture of the American West. Address: 210 W Market St, San Antonio, TX 78205 Hours: MondayClosed Tuesday10AM–9PM Wednesday10AM–5PM Thursday10AM–5PM Friday10AM–5PM Saturday10AM–5PM Sunday10AM–5PM Suggest an edit Phone: (210) 299-4499
The Witte Museum was established in 1926 and is located in Brackenridge Park in San Antonio, Texas.[1] It is dedicated to telling the stories of Texas, from prehistory to the present. Address: 3801 Broadway St, San Antonio, TX 78209 Your past visits: You visited 1 month ago · Edit Hours: Monday10AM–5PM Tuesday10AM–8PM Wednesday10AM–5PM Thursday10AM–5PM Friday10AM–5PM Saturday10AM–5PM Sunday12–5PM Suggest an edit Founded: 1926 Phone: (210) 357-1900
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Witte Museum
3801 Broadway Street
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The Witte Museum was established in 1926 and is located in Brackenridge Park in San Antonio, Texas.[1] It is dedicated to telling the stories of Texas, from prehistory to the present. Address: 3801 Broadway St, San Antonio, TX 78209 Your past visits: You visited 1 month ago · Edit Hours: Monday10AM–5PM Tuesday10AM–8PM Wednesday10AM–5PM Thursday10AM–5PM Friday10AM–5PM Saturday10AM–5PM Sunday12–5PM Suggest an edit Founded: 1926 Phone: (210) 357-1900
Cultural heritage museum with history & art exhibits, the Dome Theater, plus festivals & events. Located in: UTSA-HemisFair Park Campus Address: 801 E César E. Chávez Blvd, San Antonio, TX 78205 Hours: Monday9AM–5PM Tuesday9AM–5PM Wednesday9AM–5PM Thursday9AM–5PM Friday9AM–5PM Saturday9AM–5PM Sunday12–5PM Phone: (210) 458-2300
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UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures
801 East César E. Chávez Boulevard
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Cultural heritage museum with history & art exhibits, the Dome Theater, plus festivals & events. Located in: UTSA-HemisFair Park Campus Address: 801 E César E. Chávez Blvd, San Antonio, TX 78205 Hours: Monday9AM–5PM Tuesday9AM–5PM Wednesday9AM–5PM Thursday9AM–5PM Friday9AM–5PM Saturday9AM–5PM Sunday12–5PM Phone: (210) 458-2300
Address: 801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205 Hours: MondayClosed Tuesday10AM–4PM Wednesday10AM–4PM Thursday10AM–4PM Friday10AM–4PM Saturday10AM–4PM SundayClosed Phone: (210) 390-7236
San Antonio Fire Museum
801 E Houston St
Address: 801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205 Hours: MondayClosed Tuesday10AM–4PM Wednesday10AM–4PM Thursday10AM–4PM Friday10AM–4PM Saturday10AM–4PM SundayClosed Phone: (210) 390-7236
This is the most popular local bookstore. This has a great two story selection and is ample with Texas history / favorites and more!
Half Price Books
3207 Broadway Street
This is the most popular local bookstore. This has a great two story selection and is ample with Texas history / favorites and more!
the center of our history and culture as a city, you can enjoy and learn the most of how our city and history has built us today. You are likely to enjoy the scenery, gardens. The central location will help while choosing to walk
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The Alamo
300 Alamo Plaza
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the center of our history and culture as a city, you can enjoy and learn the most of how our city and history has built us today. You are likely to enjoy the scenery, gardens. The central location will help while choosing to walk
For over 131 years, The Buckhorn Saloon and Museum has been known as a gathering place and for the spectacular wildlife exhibits. Enjoy our Cafè, Gift Shop
The Buckhorn Saloon & Museum
318 East Houston Street
For over 131 years, The Buckhorn Saloon and Museum has been known as a gathering place and for the spectacular wildlife exhibits. Enjoy our Cafè, Gift Shop
The Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio is free and open to the public. Walk-in visitors are invited to enjoy a self-guided tour, while scheduled groups of 20 or more are taken on docent-led tours and offered the chance to hear from a local Holocaust survivor. To schedule a tour or hear from one of our speakers, please fill our a Tour Scheduling Form at least two weeks prior to your desired date.
Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio
12500 Northwest Military Highway
The Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio is free and open to the public. Walk-in visitors are invited to enjoy a self-guided tour, while scheduled groups of 20 or more are taken on docent-led tours and offered the chance to hear from a local Holocaust survivor. To schedule a tour or hear from one of our speakers, please fill our a Tour Scheduling Form at least two weeks prior to your desired date.
Located just south of downtown San Antonio, Ruby City is a contemporary art center dedicated to providing a space for the city’s thriving creative community to experience works by both local and internationally acclaimed artists
Ruby City
150 Camp Street
Located just south of downtown San Antonio, Ruby City is a contemporary art center dedicated to providing a space for the city’s thriving creative community to experience works by both local and internationally acclaimed artists
TexPop was originally established in 2012, by Austin and San Antonio, music journalist and creative muse, Margaret Moser. TexPop (South Texas Museum of Popular Culture was created to preserve and document South Texas music, art, and pop culture, with an emphasis on the 50s through the 80s.
South Texas Museum of Popular Culture "TexPop"
1017 E Mulberry Ave
TexPop was originally established in 2012, by Austin and San Antonio, music journalist and creative muse, Margaret Moser. TexPop (South Texas Museum of Popular Culture was created to preserve and document South Texas music, art, and pop culture, with an emphasis on the 50s through the 80s.
Since 1999, the Texas Air Museum at Stinson Field has been dedicated to telling the story of Texas and San Antonio's vital role in the developement of military air power. It also pays tribute to aviation pioneers, technical acheivements in the realm of aviation, and above all, pays respect and honor to those who gave their lives to defend freedom.
Texas Air Museum-Stinson
1234 99th Street
Since 1999, the Texas Air Museum at Stinson Field has been dedicated to telling the story of Texas and San Antonio's vital role in the developement of military air power. It also pays tribute to aviation pioneers, technical acheivements in the realm of aviation, and above all, pays respect and honor to those who gave their lives to defend freedom.
This National Historic Landmark represents the last visual remnants of the Presidio San Antonio de Béjar. Traditionally known as the Spanish Governor’s Palace, it was the original comandancia (residence and working office) for the captains of the military garrison from 1722 until the early 1800s. Come learn Texas’s earliest history under Spanish rule. Tour the rooms furnished with Spanish Colonial period pieces and be delighted with the beautifully landscaped gardens in the courtyard.
Spanish Governor's Palace
105 Plaza De Armas
This National Historic Landmark represents the last visual remnants of the Presidio San Antonio de Béjar. Traditionally known as the Spanish Governor’s Palace, it was the original comandancia (residence and working office) for the captains of the military garrison from 1722 until the early 1800s. Come learn Texas’s earliest history under Spanish rule. Tour the rooms furnished with Spanish Colonial period pieces and be delighted with the beautifully landscaped gardens in the courtyard.
Today it bustles with activities celebrating Cinco de Mayo and Día de los Muertos, among other festivities. Working artists offer their handiworks from stalls and carts, and local retailers sell quality Mexican artifacts, clothing and art. Locals like to say visiting the square is like leaving town for a few hours.
Mercado Alley
Today it bustles with activities celebrating Cinco de Mayo and Día de los Muertos, among other festivities. Working artists offer their handiworks from stalls and carts, and local retailers sell quality Mexican artifacts, clothing and art. Locals like to say visiting the square is like leaving town for a few hours.
The River Walk, also known as Paseo del Rio, is situated 20 feet below street level and spans 15 miles long. The five miles located in downtown San Antonio is the most popular section of the river, home to shops, museums, hotels, restaurants and more. The stone pathways that make up this particular area are peppered with mariachi bands and river taxis that entertain people while they gaze at the beautiful architecture that surrounds them.
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San Antonio River Walk
849 East Commerce Street
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The River Walk, also known as Paseo del Rio, is situated 20 feet below street level and spans 15 miles long. The five miles located in downtown San Antonio is the most popular section of the river, home to shops, museums, hotels, restaurants and more. The stone pathways that make up this particular area are peppered with mariachi bands and river taxis that entertain people while they gaze at the beautiful architecture that surrounds them.
First Friday Artwalk History First Friday is San Antonio’s longest running artwalk, now anchoredby the Blue Star Arts Complex, was established in 1994 by local artists and defined by the Southtown Alliance Group as “First Friday. It started with a few artist run studios and today it has evolved into what it is now, an entire neighborhood experience. What is First Friday Artwalk? A FREE family friendly artwalk chock full of art, with the Blue Star Arts Complex as the anchor. Visit professional artists and galleries ready to share their monthly shows with you. Continue down S. Alamo street to experience vendors, gallery spaces and San Antonio’s creative eats and drinks. Explore the world reknown historic King William neighborhood.- you can’t go wrong here.
First Friday Market
First Friday Artwalk History First Friday is San Antonio’s longest running artwalk, now anchoredby the Blue Star Arts Complex, was established in 1994 by local artists and defined by the Southtown Alliance Group as “First Friday. It started with a few artist run studios and today it has evolved into what it is now, an entire neighborhood experience. What is First Friday Artwalk? A FREE family friendly artwalk chock full of art, with the Blue Star Arts Complex as the anchor. Visit professional artists and galleries ready to share their monthly shows with you. Continue down S. Alamo street to experience vendors, gallery spaces and San Antonio’s creative eats and drinks. Explore the world reknown historic King William neighborhood.- you can’t go wrong here.
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park may be arranged differently than other parks you have visited. This park has four distinct visitor areas, each between 2-3 miles from the previous one. Starting 3 miles south of downtown San Antonio is Mission Concepción. Another 2½ miles is Mission San José, the location of the park's Visitor Center. Three miles beyond Mission San José is Mission San Juan and Spanish colonial demonstration farm. The last and farthest south is Mission Espada.
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San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
6701 San Jose Dr
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San Antonio Missions National Historical Park may be arranged differently than other parks you have visited. This park has four distinct visitor areas, each between 2-3 miles from the previous one. Starting 3 miles south of downtown San Antonio is Mission Concepción. Another 2½ miles is Mission San José, the location of the park's Visitor Center. Three miles beyond Mission San José is Mission San Juan and Spanish colonial demonstration farm. The last and farthest south is Mission Espada.
The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center was founded in 1980 as a nonprofit, multidisciplinary organization. Located in the heart of San Antonio’s Westside, the Guadalupe is one of the largest community-based, multidisciplinary organizations in the U.S. Mission The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center cultivates, promotes and preserves traditional and contemporary Chicano, Latino and Native American arts and culture through multidisciplinary programming. Vision Through Chicano, Latino and Native American arts and culture, the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center revolutionizes how we imagine the world.
Guadalupe Dance Company
723 S Brazos St
The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center was founded in 1980 as a nonprofit, multidisciplinary organization. Located in the heart of San Antonio’s Westside, the Guadalupe is one of the largest community-based, multidisciplinary organizations in the U.S. Mission The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center cultivates, promotes and preserves traditional and contemporary Chicano, Latino and Native American arts and culture through multidisciplinary programming. Vision Through Chicano, Latino and Native American arts and culture, the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center revolutionizes how we imagine the world.
he Japanese Tea Garden reopened in March 2008, with fanfare that included a serenade of Japanese songs by Tafoyalla Middle School Japanese students, keyboard by Carol Gulley, calligraphy and origami demonstrations, and an enormous Koi-shaped cake. The garden had been closed while the San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department and the San Antonio Parks Foundation completed infrastructure rehabilitation to the facility, to include walkways, piping, filtration, wall repairs, and pond sealing. The restored garden features a lush year-round garden and a floral display with shaded walkways, stone bridges, a 60-foot waterfall and ponds filled with Koi. The project cost $1,587,470 funded from public and private sources including the City of San Antonio, the San Antonio Parks Foundation, and Friends of the Parks. Members of the Jingu family, which lived and worked in the Garden, in the 1920s, attended the ceremony, along with the descendents of Ray Lambert, the Park Commissioner who conceived of the idea of turning an abandoned rock quarry into a "lily pond," also attended. The Parks Foundation is pursuing its next phase of improvement that will add lighting to the lower garden. The Japanese Tea Garden features areas available for rent, which are ideal for small weddings, a memorial service, as well as an area for large corporate gatherings, not to mention the renovated Jingu House Café. Come visit one of San Antonio’s historical jewels centrally located, just a short distance from downtown.
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Japanese Tea Garden
200-414 North Saint Mary's Street
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he Japanese Tea Garden reopened in March 2008, with fanfare that included a serenade of Japanese songs by Tafoyalla Middle School Japanese students, keyboard by Carol Gulley, calligraphy and origami demonstrations, and an enormous Koi-shaped cake. The garden had been closed while the San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department and the San Antonio Parks Foundation completed infrastructure rehabilitation to the facility, to include walkways, piping, filtration, wall repairs, and pond sealing. The restored garden features a lush year-round garden and a floral display with shaded walkways, stone bridges, a 60-foot waterfall and ponds filled with Koi. The project cost $1,587,470 funded from public and private sources including the City of San Antonio, the San Antonio Parks Foundation, and Friends of the Parks. Members of the Jingu family, which lived and worked in the Garden, in the 1920s, attended the ceremony, along with the descendents of Ray Lambert, the Park Commissioner who conceived of the idea of turning an abandoned rock quarry into a "lily pond," also attended. The Parks Foundation is pursuing its next phase of improvement that will add lighting to the lower garden. The Japanese Tea Garden features areas available for rent, which are ideal for small weddings, a memorial service, as well as an area for large corporate gatherings, not to mention the renovated Jingu House Café. Come visit one of San Antonio’s historical jewels centrally located, just a short distance from downtown.
Sightseeing
Open to the public since 2015, Yanaguana Garden at Hemisfair is a beautifully landscaped outdoor wonderland for kids and adults of all ages and abilities. Kids dig in the Sand Play area and cool off in the Union Pacific Railroad Splash Pad. Adults play ping pong or cornhole over drinks in the shade. Adaptive play equipment allows wheelchair users and little ones to join in on the playground fun. In the evening, Yanaguana Garden is lit up with artistic colors, inviting diners to stroll toward one of the lively outdoor eateries.
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Yanaguana Garden at Hemisfair
434 S Alamo St
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Open to the public since 2015, Yanaguana Garden at Hemisfair is a beautifully landscaped outdoor wonderland for kids and adults of all ages and abilities. Kids dig in the Sand Play area and cool off in the Union Pacific Railroad Splash Pad. Adults play ping pong or cornhole over drinks in the shade. Adaptive play equipment allows wheelchair users and little ones to join in on the playground fun. In the evening, Yanaguana Garden is lit up with artistic colors, inviting diners to stroll toward one of the lively outdoor eateries.
Open year-round, San Antonio Zoo houses more than 750 species on 56 acres. As proud stewards of our planet, we welcome more than 1 million guests. The Kiddie Park is attached to the outside along with the Brackenridge Train where you can purchase tickets for a fun kid friendly tour of the park!
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San Antonio Zoo
3903 North Saint Mary's Street
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Open year-round, San Antonio Zoo houses more than 750 species on 56 acres. As proud stewards of our planet, we welcome more than 1 million guests. The Kiddie Park is attached to the outside along with the Brackenridge Train where you can purchase tickets for a fun kid friendly tour of the park!
Get ready to experience the next generation of interactive education. adults must be accompanied by a child
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The DoSeum
2800 Broadway Street
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Get ready to experience the next generation of interactive education. adults must be accompanied by a child
Pearl: local flavor since 1883. Located just north of downtown San Antonio, Pearl provides a unique experience as a top culinary and cultural destination. The mixed-use space features retail, dining, picturesque green spaces, paseos riverside amphitheater, and the third campus of The Culinary Institute of America. As a former brewery operating from 1883 to 2001, Pearl reflects a vivid past while embracing the future. A fan favorite, Pearl is bursting with food and drink options, boutique shopping, festive seasonal events and loads of local flavor. Visit Peal online at http://atpearl.com/, and come experience everyone’s favorite hot spot. You won’t want to miss what Pearl is serving up! The Pearl Farmers Market is a true representation of our South Texas growing ranching and artisanal food community, featuring a producer-only Farmers Market on Saturday followed by a Sunday market with a bigger emphasis on artisanal and prepared foods. All 65+ vendors are located within a 150-mile-radius, selling produce, meat, eggs, baked goods, locally produced cheeses, olive oils, and a diverse selection of prepared foods and treats.
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The Park at Pearl
312 Pearl Pkwy
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Pearl: local flavor since 1883. Located just north of downtown San Antonio, Pearl provides a unique experience as a top culinary and cultural destination. The mixed-use space features retail, dining, picturesque green spaces, paseos riverside amphitheater, and the third campus of The Culinary Institute of America. As a former brewery operating from 1883 to 2001, Pearl reflects a vivid past while embracing the future. A fan favorite, Pearl is bursting with food and drink options, boutique shopping, festive seasonal events and loads of local flavor. Visit Peal online at http://atpearl.com/, and come experience everyone’s favorite hot spot. You won’t want to miss what Pearl is serving up! The Pearl Farmers Market is a true representation of our South Texas growing ranching and artisanal food community, featuring a producer-only Farmers Market on Saturday followed by a Sunday market with a bigger emphasis on artisanal and prepared foods. All 65+ vendors are located within a 150-mile-radius, selling produce, meat, eggs, baked goods, locally produced cheeses, olive oils, and a diverse selection of prepared foods and treats.
GO RIO's 35-minute San Antonio River Walk boat tour connects you to the city's culture, history, architecture, and timeless charm. Just trying to get from place to place? Look for the GO RIO Shuttle signs that are located along the San Antonio River Walk downtown and on the Museum Reach.
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GO RIO San Antonio River Cruises
809 E River Walk
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GO RIO's 35-minute San Antonio River Walk boat tour connects you to the city's culture, history, architecture, and timeless charm. Just trying to get from place to place? Look for the GO RIO Shuttle signs that are located along the San Antonio River Walk downtown and on the Museum Reach.
Naturally cool things to do — for everyone! Welcome to Natural Bridge Caverns, Texas –a premier natural attraction – where you’ll find adventure and fun around every bend. Like on the Discovery Tour, where you’ll see massive, otherworldly formations formed by single drops of water and the slow passage of time. Or, explore our Hidden Passages Tour, where shadows dance over delicate formations and mystery awaits in every shadow. Take to the skies high above Texas, as you ascend the Twisted Trails, or for a true test, try tackling one of our Adventure Tours. Experience a sense of discovery finding your way through our AMAZEn’ Ranch Roundup, a 5,000 square foot outdoor maze. And if you want some good old-fashioned fun, look no further than the Mining Company, where you mine and pan for gems, fossils and other treasures. Whether you are a first time visitor, an avid caver or someone in between, Natural Bridge Caverns awaits with a once in a lifetime experience you'll never forget. After your adventures, check out the new Shops of Discovery Village. Indulge yourself at Big Daddy’s Sweets, Treats and Brew, an old-fashioned parlor and general store. And shop for amazing gifts, jewelry and souvenirs in the Discovery Village Trading Post.
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Natural Bridge Caverns
26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Road
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Naturally cool things to do — for everyone! Welcome to Natural Bridge Caverns, Texas –a premier natural attraction – where you’ll find adventure and fun around every bend. Like on the Discovery Tour, where you’ll see massive, otherworldly formations formed by single drops of water and the slow passage of time. Or, explore our Hidden Passages Tour, where shadows dance over delicate formations and mystery awaits in every shadow. Take to the skies high above Texas, as you ascend the Twisted Trails, or for a true test, try tackling one of our Adventure Tours. Experience a sense of discovery finding your way through our AMAZEn’ Ranch Roundup, a 5,000 square foot outdoor maze. And if you want some good old-fashioned fun, look no further than the Mining Company, where you mine and pan for gems, fossils and other treasures. Whether you are a first time visitor, an avid caver or someone in between, Natural Bridge Caverns awaits with a once in a lifetime experience you'll never forget. After your adventures, check out the new Shops of Discovery Village. Indulge yourself at Big Daddy’s Sweets, Treats and Brew, an old-fashioned parlor and general store. And shop for amazing gifts, jewelry and souvenirs in the Discovery Village Trading Post.
Covering 38 acres of land, the non-profit San Antonio Botanical Garden is a family-friendly site that delights all sorts of visitors. Each season brings with it new exotic plants, desert greenery and even a rose garden that attracts a wide range of birds and insects
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San Antonio Botanical Garden
555 Funston Place
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Covering 38 acres of land, the non-profit San Antonio Botanical Garden is a family-friendly site that delights all sorts of visitors. Each season brings with it new exotic plants, desert greenery and even a rose garden that attracts a wide range of birds and insects
San Pedro Springs Park is the second oldest park in the United States. The park gives people an opportunity to spend time enjoying the outdoors, with fresh air, sunshine and exercise on tap for visitors. Take a walk, enjoy the scenery, and de-stress. Studies show people who spend time in parks will be sick less often, which means less time missing from school and work, as well as lower healthcare costs and better overall health. And it’s fun and refreshing. Visit a San Antonio park today! Alcohol is prohibited; amenities are first come, first serve with the exception of the ones listed
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San Pedro Springs Park
2200 N Flores
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San Pedro Springs Park is the second oldest park in the United States. The park gives people an opportunity to spend time enjoying the outdoors, with fresh air, sunshine and exercise on tap for visitors. Take a walk, enjoy the scenery, and de-stress. Studies show people who spend time in parks will be sick less often, which means less time missing from school and work, as well as lower healthcare costs and better overall health. And it’s fun and refreshing. Visit a San Antonio park today! Alcohol is prohibited; amenities are first come, first serve with the exception of the ones listed