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Go Rio San Antonio River Cruises
With a fleet of eco-friendly electric river boats in vibrant colors inspired by Mexican folk art, GO RIO offers an unforgettable experience of the San Antonio River Walk that reflects the sights, wonders and culture of a unique American city.
San Antonio Zoo
There’s so much to see and do at San Antonio Zoo! Feed a giraffe and see everything from lions and tigers to turtles and tropical birds. Located a few minutes from downtown San Antonio and the River Walk.
The Tower of The Americas
Located in downtown San Antonio, the 750-foot-tall Tower of the Americas provides guests the most spectacular view of the Alamo City. Enjoy the gorgeous panorama from the Tower's revolving Chart House Restaurant, take in the scenery from the Observation Deck, or experience the thrilling 4D Theater Ride. For a taste of the best dining and fun that San Antonio Riverwalk restaurants have to offer, come take a flight with the Tower of the Americas.
Dedicated to joyful learning and discovery, The DoSeum is San Antonio’s premier museum for early learners and their families, featuring 70,000 square feet of fun, interactive, hands-on exhibits.
San Antonio Botanical Garden
The San Antonio Botanical Garden is a museum of plants, a tranquil escape, a living classroom, a research conservation facility, and an entertainment venue. From classes to special events to world-class exhibitions to new plants, life is always in full bloom at the Garden! Visit the Garden today and escape to San Antonio's urban oasis.
Journey through Texas Deep Time—from the cretaceous through today—as you explore Texas history, wildlife, dinosaurs and more at the Witte, consistently voted San Antonio’s top museum. Wonder awaits!
San Antonio Museum of Art
Travel the world at the San Antonio Museum of Art. SAMA’s collections include ancient Greek, Roman, and Egyptian art, Asian art, and contemporary art. The Latin American art wing includes the largest collection of popular art in the US.
The Alamo – Exhibit and Church
Explore artifacts from the Phil Collins Collection, including the Battle of the Alamo Diorama featuring his narration, the Donald and Louise Yena Spanish Colonial Collection, and more at the Alamo Exhibit.
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