Explore San Antonio's World-Class Attractions, From Rollercoasters to Historic Parks

San Antonio is growing by leaps and bounds with another million people expected to move here in the next ten years. You can bet the city is getting ready for this expansion, and that includes renovations and upgrades to some of the primary destinations in town, not to mention new things are popping up all the time. 

The Alamo city has one of the most beautiful botanical garden in the country, and is a must see! The San Antonio Botanical Garden's new expansion includes an adventure garden for kids and a culinary garden that features fantastic events for both adults and children. Although phase 1 of their multi-million dollar additions is complete, there's still more to come. 

While the kids (and some adults) will love the rides at Fiesta Texas ()one of the best entertainment parks in the country) and the specialized interactive (even educational) fun to be had at the DoSeum, the whole family can enjoy an exploration of San Antonio's history at the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park and the Witte Museum. Did we mention they have dinosaurs? (Not real ones, of course!)



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



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

HemisFair Park


If you're visiting San Antonio for the first time or have not been before, Hemisfair Park is a must see destination spot. Recently renovated, this lush, beautifully landscaped neighborhood park, located in the center of downtown, was originally...  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



This is a great museum for families! Built on the banks of the San Antonio River, the Witte is considered San Antonio's foremost museum. With a four story tree house and dinosaur bones, kids are hooked as soon as they arrive. The tree house...  Read More

New Braunfels


If you want to find the oldest dance hall in the Lone Star State, you'll have to make the trip back in time to this tiny community right outside New Braunfels. Gruene Hall has been in continuous operation since 1878, and over the years folks...  Read More



Southtown, San Antonio's arts district which abuts the King William District, one of the most historic neighborhoods in the city, is a prime site-seeing location. In Southtown you'll find local arts and local artists. Galleries line the main...  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



San Antonio's Botanical Gardens is one of the prettiest places to see in the city. This extraordinary 33-acre facility showcases plants from desert regions to equatorial rainforests, some of which are housed in individual, climate-controlled...  Read More


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