Tours and Excursions

Casa Navarro State Historical Park

In this small historical park sits the furnished homesite of Tejano hero Jose Antonio Navarro, who advocated Texas's independence in the mid 19th century and who was San Antonio's mayor prior to that push. His restored home recreates the...  Read More

All of San Antonio's historic missions, with the exception of the Alamo, are included in this park, which was established along the San Antonio River in the 18th century. The missions stand as a reminder of Spain's most successful attempt to...  Read More

Natural Bridge Caverns

If you're looking for something a little off the beaten path, you can't go anymore obscure than this amusement park for the eyes underneath the earth. This natural phenomenon made up of 140 million-year-old rock formations is one of the top...  Read More

Rio San Antonio Cruises

If you're tired of strolling up and down the River Walk, why not explore it by boat? Three routes ensure that you'll see everything there is to see, and knowledgeable narrators point out historic sites and dispense practical information (with a...  Read More

Let someone else do the driving! You'll see all of San Antonio's sights on these trolley tours without the stress of navigating an unfamiliar city.