Natural Bridge Caverns
Join an adventure tour and go caving, or pan for precious stones at the Natural Bridge Caverns. Located 180 feet below ground, be sure to take in the views of all of the stalagmites, soda straws and other rock formations!
San Antonio Botanical Gardens
Come by and enjoy Shakespeare in the Park, Gardens by Moonlight, Concerts Under the Stars, Viva Botanica! Spread of 33-acres, these gardens are filled with beautiful flora.
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
Built between the 17th and 19th centuries, the San Jose, San Juan, Espada and Concepcion Missions all have been preserved in this National Historic Park.
San Antonio Museum of Art
The San Antonio Museum of Art is a cultural gem that's not to be missed. Visit the top-notch collections of American, Asian, European, Islamic and Latin American art.
Founded in 1968, the San Antonio River Walk is the number one tourist attraction in Texas. Take a stroll or hop on a boat as you follow the riverbanks and enjoy the scenery.
San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium
The San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium is home to 3500 animals, with over 750 different species. Whether you prefer wandering through a butterfly garden, or checking out the two-headed turtle exhibit, this is one place you don’t want to miss.
San Fernando Cathedral
The San Fernando Cathedral is the oldest, continuously functioning religious community in the Texas. Founded in 1731, the Cathedral building has the added distinction of being the oldest standing church building in Texas.
SeaWorld San Antonio
Enjoy the Penguin Encounter, the Dolphin Cove and the Shark and Coral Exhibit at SeaWorld.
Tower of the Americas
Enjoy the gorgeous panorama from the Tower’s revolving Chart House Restaurant. Built for the 1968 World’s Fair, take in the scenery from the Observation Deck.
Take time out for some educational amusement at the Witte Museum. This museum covers its basis from natural science, anthropology to Texas’ history with exhibits featuring everything from dinosaurs to mummies to tarantulas.