Attractions included in the Itinerary:
It’s most well known for being thesite of a bloody 13-day siege, forwhich the phrase “Rememberthe Alamo” was coined. The1836 battle between Mexicanand Texan forces set the stagefor the state’s eventualindependence from Mexico.However, Texan freedom cameat the cost of more than 200lives, including those oflegendary defenders DavyCrockett and Jim Bowie.
Built along the San AntonioRiver, the River Walk hasbeen called the “AmericanVenice”. Lined with bars,restaurants, biking trails, andmuseums, the Walk hasbecome one of the mostpopular tourist spots in thestate and is one of America’slargest urban ecosystems.
The National Museum of the Pacific War honors Fredericksburg's native son, Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, Commander-in-Chief of Allied Forces, Pacific Ocean. Main Street is the center of the action in Fredericksburg, where you can find more than 150shops, boutiques and artgalleries as well as dozens of restaurants, wine tasting rooms, a brewpub, two museums &more. Franchises and chain stores are not allowed in the National Historic District/Main Street. Rest assured your Fredericksburg shopping experience will be unique.
Other Attractions around San Antonio
Skip the Line: San Antonio Zoo General Admission Ticket

San Antonio Zoo:
Overview Visit the San Antonio Zoo to see more than 3,000 animals from around the globe. Check out the largest collection of birds in the world; large animals including tigers, hippos, zebras, and elephants; a number of different mnkeys; and daily talks by the experts. Ride a train around the beautifully landscaped grounds, or let the kids take a spin on the carousel, which feaotures colorful native Texas animals.
General admission to the San Antonio Zoo 

See animals including giraffes, zebras, hippos, and armadillos
Learn about tigers, gibbons, and others at the daily talks
Family-friendly attraction suitable for all ages
Ride the carousel or train for extra fun (own expense)

Tickets start at $29.99 you may find other prices at other websites for tours such as or 
Half-Day Morning City Tour of Historic San Antonio

Half-Day Morning City Tour of Historic San Antonio:
Overview Explore San Antonio’s unique place in Western history on a half-day morning coach tour. Pass by dozens of historic sites and modern attractions while learning about the city’s rich confluence of cultures and the events that shaped it. See Alamo Plaza and historic hotels, learn about bluesman Robert Johnson’s local recording sessions, and see where residents get their cultural fix at the Tobin Performing Arts Center and Briscoe Western Art Museum. Discover even more and complete your grand city overview on an optional afternoon tour.

Half-day morning coach tour of San Antonio's historic sites and modern attractions
Learn about the city's 300-year-old history and the pivotal events that shaped its culture
Hear the stories behind historic saloons, hotels and plazas
Hotel pickup and drop-off include

San Antonio Ghost Walking Tour

San Antonio Ghost Walking Tour:
Overview Get ready for a spooky night full of ghosts and things that go bump in the night. Professional paranormal investigators will lead you on a walking tour of San Antonio’s most haunted spots, while you learn the tragic stories of spirits unable to find their eternal rest.  Learn why San Antonio is considered one of the most haunted cities in all of America…if you’re brave enough, that is.

Hear the eerie stories of San Antonio’s ghosts and uneasy spirits
Walk through the city’s core, witnessing the most haunted spots
Learn about modern “ghost hunting” techniques and types of hauntings
Tours are held after dark but brave children (over 6) are welcome
Prices start at $24.99
Cave Without a Name Admission Ticket with Guided Cavern Tour Cave Without a Name Admission Ticket with Guided Cavern Tour:

Overview Eighty feet below the surface in Texas Hill Country lies the Cave Without a Name, an extraordinary underground world of stalactites, stalagmites, soda straws, flowstones, cave drapery, and other terrestrial formations formed over thousands of years. Come early, pack a picnic, and enjoy on-site amenities such as a hiking trail, gift shop, and a gemstone/fossil sluice.
                     Entrance to Cave Without a Name
                     Guided tour Family-friendly
                     Good choice for science buffs and nature lovers
prices start at $23.26
Website for Cave without a Name:
35 miles from San Antonio
The Tower of Americans in San Antonio, Texas

Ascend the Tower of the Americas

Built for the 1968 World's Fair, the 750-foot Tower of the Americas offers one of the best views in San Antonio. It still stands as the tallest building in San Antonio. For a small entrance fee, you can ride the elevator up to the top of the tower for a panorama view. Or dine in the tower's Chart House Restaurant at night to witness the city lights twinkling in the moonlight.


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Witte Museum

Located in Brackenridge Park, the Witte Museum tells the story of Texas, ranging from prehistory to modern-day culture. Artifacts in the permanent collection include local art, photographs, textiles, cave drawings, and even genuine dinosaur bones. The Witte Museum also showcases nationally acclaimed rotating exhibitions and hosts original plays in its Gallery Theater.




Mission San Jose in San Antonio, Texas

Mission San Jose

Mission San Jose, founded in 1720, was the largest of five San Antonio missions. This Catholic mission became part of the National Park Service in 1978 and tells the tale of the people who lived in the mission, including refugees from the Coahuiltecan culture. The mission is worth visiting not just for its history, for its architectural features — particularly its beautiful rose window — and also for the mariachi mass held every Sunday.

Instagram image from jacspit_zer Japanese Tea Gardens:

The Japanese Tea Gardens, also known as the Sunken Gardens, are built on an abandoned rock quarry in Brackenridge Park. In 1918, construction began to turn the site into a Japanese garden, including stone arch bridges, walkways, an island, and a Japanese pagoda. The gardens also house the Bamboo Room, which serves tea and light lunches. To the south of the park, the Sunken Garden amphitheater hosts regular cultural programs and can admit up to 2700 people.




Natural Bridge Caverns:
Rediscover the beauty of Natural Bridge Caverns, Texas’ LARGEST cavern system. Discover incredible chambers filled with spectacular formations and amazing geological wonders formed over tens of thousands of years. Embark on The Discovery Tour as it takes you 180 feet below the surface of the earth. See Aww-Inspiring and breathtaking views, as formations take on an entirely new and dynamic view with new enhanced LED lighting exposing some areas for the first time. The Hidden Passages Tour features the second caverns system with some of our most delicate formations and lets you experience what true darkness really feels like. The adventure continues with the World’s LARGEST outdoor Sky Trail and Sky Rails course Twisted Trails. Standing six stories high, it features over fifty elements to challenge and over 685 total feet of track that lets you soar from canopy to canopy. Then, visit the Natural Bridge Mining Company where you can pan for gems, or test the AMAZE’n Ranch Round Up, our 5,000 square foot outdoor maze. Natural Bridge Caverns is a designated State Historical Site, National Natural Landmark, and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It is located approximately 30 minutes North of Downtown San Antonio, 7 miles West of IH-35, Exit 175.

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park:

Where the city’s rich history meets national parks. Visit San Antonio Missions National Historical Park to experience the stories of people who came into the Spanish missions to live in the 1700s. Since 1916, the American people have entrusted the National Park Service with the care of their national parks. In 1978, the Spanish colonial missions in San Antonio became a part of this family. Our history is part of who we were, who we are, and who we will be. The National Park Service invites you to discover American history in all its diversity at San Antonio Missions National Historical Park.

SAS Shoe Factory and General Store - SAS Shoe Factory and General Store:

Obsessed with comfort and fit. San Antonio Shoemakers™(SAS) story begins with family. And a commitment to the customer’s comfort. Terry Armstrong and Lew Hayden met in Pittsfield, Maine, but their passion for making quality footwear led them to San Antonio, Texas. In 1976, Terry and Lew struck out on their own with their first factory at 101 New Laredo Hwy. They started small and built one shoe at a time with the highest attention to detail. Today, SAS’s line features everything from walking and athletic shoes to pumps, flats, sandals, and even a new boot for women. The men’s line has expanded to include walking and athletic wear to dress shoes. To witness how SAS creates the most comfortable shoes in the world, visitors are invited to experience a free factory tour! Follow along the intricate shoe making journey at one of the few remaining shoe factories in the United States. Tours are available Monday through Thursday at the SAS shoe factory and General Store and don’t forget your change for 5-cent popcorn and 10-cent soda pop!

SEA LIFE San Antonio Aquarium Sea Live San Antonio Aquarium:

SEA LIFE San Antonio is an ALL NEW Aquarium located in downtown San Antonio! Explore our amazing underwater world complete with beautiful creatures from local and international waters. This fun, family-friendly experience amazes and educates visitors with a love for our oceans. Take a spectacular adventure through the oceans of the world! Find out how it feels to touch an anemone, sea stars, and sea urchins living in our hands-on Rockpool Experience! Get Closer at SEA LIFE San Antonio!

itc f2 Institute of Texan Cultures:

Get cultured. Deep in the heart of downtown. The Institute of Texan Cultures features exhibits, programs and special events that examine and promote heritage, ethnicity, history, social issues and popular culture. Located in Hemisfair, just steps from the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center and the Tower of the Americas, the museum brings the city’s rich culture to life with interactive, immersive exhibits that portray stories of immigrants who settled in Texas and contributed to its modern, multicultural society. Come visit, listen, explore and learn all things Texas at the Institute of Texan Cultures.

San Antonio Fire Museum | Old Photo of A Car Covered with Flowers and Gentlemen's In Their Suit San Antonio Fire Museum:

One of Texas’ most visited tourist sites, the San Antonio Fire Museum gives visitors an intimate look into the old Central Fire Headquarters and Fire Station No. 1. Open to the public in June 2013, and located just steps from the back gate of the Alamo, the museum site is Fire Chief Hood’s personal home. Stroll downtown, explore the Alamo, then learn all about one of the most unique fire station’s in Texas. The Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. A contribution of $4.00 for adults and $3.00 for seniors is encouraged; children and active military are free.