For total flexibility, the Alamo Hop On Hop Off Trolley is the way to go! Discover the best of San Antonio at your own pace. The trolley stops at all of the best places to see and you are free to stop and browse at your leisure ... More info ›
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For total flexibility, the Alamo Hop On Hop Off Trolley is the way to go! Discover the best of San Antonio at your own pace. The trolley stops at all of the best places to see and you are free to stop and browse at your leisure. When you're done, simply board the next trolley that comes along!
The Alamo- Founded in 1718, where 189 Texians and Tejanos fought against Santa Anna's army in the battle that inspired the cry "Remember the Alamo."
Imax Theater, Rivercenter Mall, Riverboat Rides- Relive the Battle of the Alamo on the IMAX Theater's six-story screen in "Alamo...the Price of Freedom." Shop in Rivercenter Mall's 130 stores and restaurants then catch a Riverboat ride in the lagoon.
Institute of Texan Cultures- Where you will find interactive displays of 27 ethnic and cultural groups that settled the state and a multimedia presentation in the Dome Theater. Hemishair Park- Site of the 1968 world's fair.
Mission San Jose- At the Visitor Center see how the missions formed the foundation of the city and learn about South Texas' unique history and colorful culture.
Mission Concepcion- Original frescos are still visible within the rooms of the mission. This is the oldest unrestored stone church in the nation today.
Market Square- A taste of old Mexico! Arts, crafts and food in a unique market setting with over 50 specialty shops.
San Fernando Cathedral- Founded in 1738, this is among the oldest Catholic parish churches in the southwest. Main Plaza - the heart of San Antonio dating from 1772. Plaza De Armas - the original site of the Spanish Presidio and home of the Spanish Governor when Texas was under Spanish rule.
La Villita- San Antonio's oldest surviving neighborhood dating from the 1750's is now alive with artists and craftsmen, shops and restaurants.