Never Get Bored With San Antonio's Endless Exciting Attractions



San Antonio is the 7th largest city in the United States, which means there's never a shortage of fun things to do and see!

The San Antonio Zoo is a must for families, or anyone who loves and appreciates animals. They are always updating with new and exciting exhibits (including interactive ones), such as their gorgeous carousel filled with animals that represent those at the zoo. 

The Blue Star Arts Complex is perfect for those who like to walk around, check out local artwork and explore. Located in the Southtown arts district, you can get a true taste of San Antonio's culture here. Grab a bite to eat, walk along the river, and finish the evening with a cocktail or an absolutely to-die-for Italian gelato at Alamode. 

For those looking to imbibe in a little luxury, head to the J.W. Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort for dinner or an afternoon at the spa. Not far from downtown, this resort is truly a treat for those who need a little pampering.




Located just outside of San Antonio, this wonderland of wild animals is a great way to spend your afternoon, especially if you have kids or just love animals. It's like having a mini Africa in the middle of Texas. How it works: You meander...  Read More




One of five missions established in the early 1700's, the Alamo is nearly 300 years old. It is perhaps the most cherished landmark in San Antonio. If you ask around, you will find that all children here and in surrounding towns take at least...  Read More




The San Antonio Museum of Art boasts one of the most comprehensive collections of ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Near Eastern art in the southern United States. It is also one of the largest collections found in public museums. The size and...  Read More


Phil Hardberger Park


Phil Hardberger Park is the amazing creation of San Antonio's Mayor Hardberger, who has an eye for beauty, art and community projects. This classy park, if there is such a thing, is a relatively new 311-acre park located on either side of...  Read More




For the best view in San Antonio, go directly to the Tower of the Americas, which was built for the World's Fair back in 1968. Located downtown, this 750-foot-tall structure in the middle of Hemisphere plaza offers the most spectacular views...  Read More




If you only visit one museum in San Antonio, make sure it's the McNay. Not only do they have a superb art collection, the museum itself is a work of art. This 24-room, Spanish colonial revival-style mansion and its own sizable collection was...  Read More




There are an infinite number of reasons why the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa is the preeminent place to stay in San Antonio. The most notable being that it's home to the largest and most luxurious spa in the state of...  Read More




Blue Star Arts Complex is a hub of San Antonio's Southtown arts district. This expansive complex is home to art galleries, studios, a playhouse, commercial and residential space as well as the Blue Star Brewery, which is a fantastic place to go...  Read More




SeaWorld should be on everyone's list when visiting San Antonio, no matter what your age. Although they have some great rides, such as the Steel Eel and Great White rollercoasters, the best reason to go to SeaWorld is for the animals and the...  Read More




San Antonio likes to lead the way in all things and the zoo is no exception. Parents magazine ranked the San Antonio Zoo as one of the Top 10 Best Zoos for Kids. It is also the third largest zoo in the nation so there is plenty to see. Home...  Read More


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