First-timers in San Antonio will be pleased to know that there are plenty of fun things to do. Just how many options are at your disposal? Perhaps too much to count but Make Time To See The World has listed some of them.
The Alamo is a historic Spanish mission and fortress compound. If you’re a history buff, you’ll feel right at home learning about the Battle of the Alamo in 1836. This historical site is one of the key selling points for tourists in San Antonio.
Tower of the Americas
Located in downtown San Antonio, the Tower of the Americas takes fine dining and entertainment to a new level. The 750-foot-tall tower plays host to multiple events such as concerts, car shows, and wine fests.
The historic Pearl District dates all the way back to 1883. Here, you will have a slew of dining options such as Savor and La Gloria. It’s also the home of the Monarch Butterfly Festival in October and the Dia de Los Muertos Festival in November.
San Antonio Museum of Art
Located on the River Walk, this museum features a wealth of work from Greek, Roman, and Egyptian antiquities as well as Latin American, Asian, and Contemporary art.
Japanese Tea Gardens
If you’re looking for a calm spot during your stay in San Antonio, look no further. This is the oldest public Japanese garden in the United States.
It’s easy to bring out your inner child in Morgan’s Wonderland. With numerous attractions such as Sensory Village and Whirling Wonder, you’re sure to get a rush here.
Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch
This is the closest you’ll get to the African safari in Texas. From Zebras to Ostriches, nearly every animal you can think of is here.
Bringing your kids to San Antonio? The DoSeum is a great pitstop. With water play areas and a treehouse, the kids won’t want to leave.
San Antonio Botanical Garden
Each season there is something new to see at the 38-acre San Antonio Botanical Garden. You can also catch the different breed of birds at the bird blind.