Things to do in San Antonio
Experience rich culture and discover things to do in San Antonio. Sample the local cuisine, uncover arts and culture and unearth amazing boutique shopping.
Whether you are on a family vacation or a weekend getaway, The Westin Riverwalk, San Antonio has you covered on all the things to see and do around San Antonio.
Map Out Your Vacation
- AT&T Center
- Botanical Gardens
- Brackenridge Park
- Brackenridge Park Municipal Golf Course
- Buckhorn Museum and the Texas Ranger Museum
- Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
- Institute of Texas Cultures
- King Williams District
- La Villita
- Lone Star Brewery
- Mexican Cultural Institute
- Morgan's Wonderland
- Natural Bridge Caverns
- Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch
- Pearl Brewery
- Quarry Golf Club
- River Walk
- Riverboat Cruises & Tours
- Rivercenter Mall
- San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
- San Antonio Museum of Art
- SeaWorld San Antonio
- Shops At La Cantera
- Six Flags Fiesta Texas
- Spanish Governor's Palace
- The DoSeum
- The Texas Adventure
- Tobin Center
- Tower of the Americas
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For the Kids
San Antonio Zoo
Take the kids on an adventure and discover wildlife at the San Antonio Zoo. Feed a giraffe, get up close to the tortoise, or meet an okapi for lasting memories with the family.
San Antonio Children's Museum
Opening its doors on 2015, children are encouraged to run, be playful and most importantly, be creative in this 5.5 acre "DOseum".
Tobin Center for Performing Arts
Built in 1926, the historic Municipal Auditorium has experienced a multi-million dollar renovation and is now a state-of-the-art 1,759-seat performance hall, a 250-seat theater, and an outdoor performance plaza connected to the River Walk.
Visit the historic Alamo and learn more about how William Travis, Davey Crocket and 200 other defenders fought for independence during the battle of the Alamo.
Tower of the Americas
Dine on delicious fare high above San Antonio or catch a concert at the amphitheater. There is always something good happening at Tower of the Americas.
Rio San Antonio Cruises
See San Antonio via its waterways as a tour guide gives you an up-close view of the gorgeous city.
Enjoy Fiesta events and catch your favorite band at the Alamodome.
Built in 1929, the historic theater was designed in a Spanish Mediterranean style envisioned by designer John Eberson. Today, the theater is home to a variety of comedy shows, musical performances, and off-broadway plays.
Home of the Spurs, the ATT Center is perfect to catch a riveting basketball game or a enjoy an amazing concert performed by well-known artists.