The Alamo Trolley
Explore San Antonio, one of America's most unique cities, aboard the friendliest San Antonio trolley tour in town - The Alamo Trolley. Our entirely narrated tour will take you to the heart of old San Antonio to discover our most treasured cultural attractions; The Alamo , Hemisfair Park , Tower of the Americas , River Walk , La Villita , Market Square , San Fernando Cathedral , the Mission Trail, IMAX 3D Theatre and more. Enjoy all-day unlimited reboarding at the Alamo Trolley Hop Stops with your Hop Pass, making Alamo Trolley the easiest and most fun way to see more of San Antonio. Rated #1 Sightseeing Tour in San Antonio by Trip Advisor.
Tickets available at the Alamo Visitor Center at the Menger Hotel and the Alamo IMAX Theatre Rivercenter. Boarding at the Alamo Visitor Center 216 Alamo Plaza. Go to www.thealamotrolley.com for daily specials and more information.
This 33 acre living museum lures visitors with floral displays serene walking trails, exotic plants, glass pyramids and an authentic log cabin. The gardens are centered around the Old Fashioned Perennial Garden, Rose Garden, Sacred Garden, Garden for the Blind, Kuamoto En and a native collection that represents the Hill Country, East and Southwest Texas.
Admission: $4 Children, $7 Adults, $5 Seniors, $5 Military & Students
Institute of Texan Cultures
This is a cultural experience museum situated on the UTSA HemisFair Park Campus. The 182,000 sq. foot museum features interactive exhibits and displays that tell the stories of Texas. The mission of the Institute is to engage lifelong learners in the understanding and celebration of Texas cultural heritage through an engaging series of exhibits, programs and special events.
Hours: 9am - 5am Mon-Sat, 12pm - 5pm Sun
801 S. Bowie St.
McNay Art Museum
Built in the 1920s by the McNays, this Spanish Colonial Revival-style home opened as the first museum of modern art in Texas in 1954. Today visitors are captivated by over 20,000 words of art. The magnificent collection includes works by modern masters including Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, and many others.
Admission: Children under 12 are free, $8 Adults, $5 Seniors, $5 Military & Students
6000 N. New Braunfels Ave.
San Antonio Zoo
Ranked as one of the top zoos in the nation, the San Antonio Zoo features over 3500 animals of 600 species on 56 acres. This vast collection of animals was assembled in San Pedro Park in the 1800s. Much has changed since and the zoo now has plenty of exciting exhibits, including Amazonia, Cranes of the World, Hixon Bird House, and many more!
Admission: $8 Children, $10 Adults
3903 N. Saint Mary St.
Admission: $48.99 Children, $56.99 Adults
10500 Sea World Dr.
Located in Breckenridge Park, on the banks of the San Antonio River, the Witte is San Antonio's premier museum focusing on South Texas history, culture and science. The museum offers exhibits that include dinosaur skeletons, cave drawings, wildlife dioramas, live animals and the four-story HEB Science Treehouse.