San Antonio RiverAttractions » Cruises, Sailing & Water ToursThe San Antonio River is a very large river that starts in central Texas with a group of springs right near the middle of the town of San Antonio. The San Antonio River about 240 miles in length and runs on a southeastern path through the state of Texas. Eventually it feeds into the Guadalupe River around ten miles away from the San Antonio Bay which is located on the Gulf of Mexico. This river was first documented in 1535 and later was named after the first governor of the state in 1691. The San Antonio River holds many stories of the long history since it was first discovered. It has been the location of a good many of battles and major conflicts during various wars. Today it's banks host a number of historical mansions as well as being host to the San Antonio River Walk.
Natural Bridge CavernsAttractions » Parks & Nature26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Road, 78266View siteNatural Bridge Caverns located near San Antonio in Texas is one of the largest and most historically based of its kind within the state. The caverns show of thousands of years of natural mineral formations like stalactites and stalagmites as well as harboring precious stones. Archaeology of the site has shown that the cavern site was occupied as far back as 12,000 years ago before the entrance to the site became clogged up and was not found again until 1960. Tours on the site begin about every 40 minutes and there are a variety of tours to choose from that vary from which section of the cavern system is seen to length and whether or not a need for climbing gear is required. Tours start at $18.99 for adults and for $10.99 for children over the age of three up to eleven. Natural Bridge Caverns is open year round.
The AlamoAttractions » Historic Landmarks955 S Alamo, 78205The Alamo is a historic former fortress and Roman Catholic mission that is located at the intersection of Houston and Alamo Plaza in San Antonio, Texas. Since 1905, the Daughters of the Republic of Texas have managed the site. The Alamo is currently a visitors complex that commemorates the memory of James Bowie, Davy Crockett, and Willilam B. Travis, who fought bravely against Santa Ana's army in 1836. Once the Alamo's ownership transferred from the Catholic Church to the state of Texas, the site underwent several rounds of renovations. The Alamo is one of the most popular historic sites in the state of Texas, and nearly 4 million vistitors can view Texas history exhibits at the Shrine, Long Barrack Museum, and Gift Museum. The complex is also home to the beautiful Riverwalk and Alamo Gardens.
SeaWorld San AntonioAttractions » Parks & Nature10500 SeaWorld Drive, 78251View siteSeaWorld San Antonio is a marine animal theme park that offers 250 acres of amusement park rides, marine animal exhibits, shows, and family friendly attractions. Tickets prices vary with online discounts; full price entry can be almost $60 plus $15 to park. Originally known for its Shamu "killer" whale show, Sea World has expanded since it opened in 1988 to offer additional animal shows and exhibits including the popular Penguin Encounter and the bottlenose dolphins in Dolphin Cove. The amusement park offers thrill seekers the Great White and Steel Eel roller coasters and the Journey to Atlantis water coaster. Sesame Street Bay of Play hosts the children's rides, and the Aquatica waterpark features 42,000 square feet of sandy beach in addition to rides. Visitors can dine at several restaurants, watch a show in the SeaStar theater with multi-sensory theater effects, and play midway games at the Boardwalk Games Center. There are several themed events during the year including the Howl-O-Scream Halloween event.
River WalkAttractions » Parks & Nature100 Villita, 78205View siteRiver Walk is at 110 Broadway Street #500 San Antonio, Texas. River Walk is a public party that is opened year round. There are many different events offered some of them seasonal events such as the Holiday Lights on the River Walk. They offer St. Patrick's Day Art & Craft Show, and many other holiday tailored events. You can enjoy shopping at the River Walk mall, and River Walk offers various restaurants such as The Esquire Tavern on of the oldest bars of River Walk, Bohananï¿½s, and Waxy Oï¿½Connorï¿½s Irish Pub, and Barriba Cantina just to name a few. You are guaranteed to enjoy your visit at River Walk.
Yellow Rose Carriage CoTours » Sightseeing Tours300 Austin St, 78202View site
World Class Driving AdventuresTours » Sightseeing ToursView site
SilverGhost ToursTours » Sightseeing Tours13631 Earlywood, 78233View site
ArtPaceShopping » Other445 N Main Ave
Roger Soler's SportsShopping » Other2589 Jackson Keller
Gallery of the SouthwestShopping » Other13423 Blanco Road, #197, 78216View site
Homestead HandcraftsShopping » Other4536 Thousand Oaks Drive, 78233View site
Big Red Nature StoreShopping » Other5001 Broadway, 78209View site
Love Texas GalleryShopping » Other9800 Airport Blvd, 78216
Del Rio Tortilla FactoryShopping » Other1402 Gillette Blvd, 78224
Parchman Stremmel GalleriesShopping » Other
The San Antonio Visual Artists Co-op GalleryShopping » OtherRiver Center Mall, 849 E Commerce StView site
Palmer Course at La CanteraAttractions » Sports & Outdoor Activities17865 Babcock Road, 78255
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