10 Great Activities the Kids Will Love in San Antonio



There's never a shortage of fun things to do with the kids in San Antonio! In fact, the only problem might be deciding what to do first! 

Of course, many families come to San Antonio for the big parks, like Seaworld and Fiesta Texas and there's no denying that they are popular choices for the kiddos, but there are literally hundreds of other fun, exciting and even educational things to do that won't cost you an arm and a leg.

For the young ones, The San Antonio Children's Museum is always a great choice. It's offers great interactive exhibits that the kids just love.

Adventurous families will love The Cave Without a Name, which is a thrill exploration of the world underneath our feet, and this special Texas cave happens to be one of the most beautiful you'll ever see. It's less commercialized than many others so it offers you a rare experience.

Active families can enjoy exploring San Antonio's historic missions. Make a day of it and rent bikes for the family and hop on the mission trail. It's a great way to burn off some energy and have a blast at the same time!

Find out what else could be in store for you!




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San Antonio IMAX Theater Rivercenter


Grab some popcorn and experience "Alamo...The Price of Freedom," which is always showing at the San Antonio IMAX. A six-story screen and digital sound bring the dramatic battle to life (conveniently, the original structure is right across the...  Read More


San Antonio Scorpions Soccer Team


What better way to spend time with the kids than to take them to a professional soccer game. Sure, in America, football and baseball are sports staples, but soccer is growing in popularity and is an exciting game to watch. When visiting San...  Read More


Alamo City Ghost Tours
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San Antonio has a rich history. A vast part of downtown, surrounding the Alamo, was land that was the site of one of the most significant wars. Many many people have seen all sorts of ghosts in San Antonio, including the ghosts of soldiers and...  Read More




Located just below the headwaters of the San Antonio River, not far from downtown, Brackenridge Park has been a gathering spot since prehistoric times (dating back 11,000 years) and has since evolved into one of the most popular family hang-outs...  Read More




There were five missions established in the early 1700's. These Spanish missions were more than churches. They became towns with a focus on encouraging the natives to become Catholic in order to be citizens. The Spanish king was able to extend...  Read More




You can't bring the family to San Antonio without taking the kids to the Zoo! The butterfly exhibit alone is worth the trip with its magical environment where you're more likely to find a butterfly on your shoulder than anywhere else....  Read More




If you're a thrill seeker, you cannot visit San Antonio without stopping off at Fiesta Texas, one of the best entertainment parks in the country. Located on 200 acres of what used to be a rock quarry, this theme park features teeth-chattering...  Read More




The Cave Without a Name is a natural, living cavern with over two miles of interconnecting cave systems. Filled with amazing Stalactites and Stalagmites, it is 66 degrees year-round. Visitors enjoy a tour of the six main rooms and the walkways...  Read More


The DoSeum
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The new DoSeum Children's Museum sits on 5.5 acres of property and includes 26,000 square feet of indoor exhibit space and an additional 39,000 square feet of outdoor exhibit play space. It offers unique exhibits unlike any other children’s...  Read More


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Meet Kimberly Suta

Kimberly A. Suta is a professional freelance writer, filmmaker and entrepreneur with a background in marketing, advertising and social media. Her first business, Midnight Sun Innovations,...  More About Kimberly

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