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Sitio histórico
“The most historical part of San Antonio is its missions, and more specifically, the Alamo. If you love history this is the place for you. Many people have told me they were underwhelmed upon visiting, but remember that this was a mission built inside a fortress compound in the 18th century. It wasn’t created for tourists! Enjoy the beauty of what remains. I love it, and I also love the huge Live Oak tree in the garden area. Admission is free.”
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Science Museum
“Founded in 1926, the Witte Museum is where Nature, Science and Culture Meet, through the lens of Texas Deep Time, and the themes of Land, Water and Sky.”
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“Located on the River Walk in San Antonio, the San Antonio Museum of Art has large collections of ancient Mediterranean art, Asian art and Latin American art.”
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Museo de arte
“Warhol Portraits of Rockstars, Celebrities, and More - Plus Fashion From the 60s and 70s. Special Events. Beautiful Grounds. Modern Art. Family-Friendly Fun. Destinations: Any Warhol Now on View, Visit McNay Art Museum, Free Thursday Nights 4-9.”
  • Recomendado por 92 habitantes locales
Museum
“The grandkids love this place! So much to do and see for kids of all ages. You can spend hours there.”
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Museum
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“My husband and I adore the breakfast at this restaurant. Located in King William/Southtown neighborhoods, connected to the Pioneer Flour Mill. Was operated and owned by the same family for more than 150 years! Breakfast tacos and cinnamon rolls are amazing, but my favorite are the Chicken and Waffles! (Everything is great) They have a cute gift shop too!”
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Galería de arte
“NIOSA ~ Night In Old San Antonio begins in April on the 28th, among other things that happen there year round!”
  • Recomendado por 23 habitantes locales
Museum
“Museum with kitschy oddities on display, including shrunken human heads & rare animal skeletons.”
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Museo de arte
“Vibrant culture of Western United States. Artifacts and art work depicting the American Cowboy, American Indian and the Vaquero. Permanent collection. Located right on the banks of historic Riverwalk”
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Museum
“I spent a lot of time here as a child ... the annual summertime Folklife Festival is a must!”
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Museum
“Very lively every first Friday. There is a lot of art galleries to check out in this area on the first Friday. It's also the start of the Mission Traill. Its a nice place for a bike ride. You can rent a bike at the Blue Star bike shop or rent a city bike. ”
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Plaza para peatones
“Artpace San Antonio is a nonprofit residency program which supports regional, national, and international artists in the creation of new art. As a catalyst for artistic expression, we engage local communities with global art practices and experiences.”
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Museum
“Part of the World Heritage Missions. A great biking trail called the Mission Reach along the river connects all 5 of the missions. From the Alamo to Mission Espada is about a 15 mile bike ride along beautify connected pathways. ”
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Galería de arte
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“They offer authentic popular Latin American arts and crafts, handmade clothing (for men, women, and children, handmade textiles, fiesta (party) supplies, carnival supplies, and seasonal traditional decor. Located in two beautiful historic buildings on the border of the Monte Vista and Tobin Hills Historic Districts in the north central area of San Antonio, the store's displays change about every month with new and different merchandise. Their showrooms and general merchandise rotates with the seasons of the year. ”
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Museum
“If you are downtown this is a pretty spot to check out. It is an example of 18th century Spanish Colonial residence.”
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Vinatería
“We support our neighborhood liquor store. The owner really loves pigs, hence the name. Stop in for Topo Chicos, liquor, and beer. It's also a boutique, selling the works of local artisans.”
  • Recomendado por 7 habitantes locales