San Antonio Sights

Much of downtown San Antonio can be explored on foot or by way of the trolley system that runs frequently between points of interest .

Depending on whom you ask, the number of neighborhoods in San Antonio varies. The San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau breaks the city into quadrants—Northside, Eastside, Southside, and Westside, with museums in the north, heritage sites on the east

and west, and missions in the south.

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Institute of Texan Cultures

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Beyond the Tower of the Americas, this interactive museum affiliated with the University of Texas focuses on the 25 ethnic groups who...

Louis Tussaud's Plaza Wax Museum/Ripley's Believe It or Not!

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Louis Tussaud's Plaza Wax Museum/Ripley's Believe It or Not! The Plaza Wax Museum depicts the famous, from Jesus to John Wayne. Many...

McNay Art Museum

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In a private mansion with a Moorish-style courtyard, this museum has a 45,000-square-foot exhibition center that gives a modernist twist...

San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA)

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The museum houses choice collections of pre-Columbian, American Indian, and Spanish colonial art, as well as the Nelson A. Rockefeller...

The Buckhorn Saloon & Museum

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In 1881 the Buckhorn Saloon opened as a Texan watering hole, and Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders are said to have been among its...

The DoSeum

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Are your kids getting bored with the Alamo? Then head to the Doseum, where they can provide energy to run the museum's kid-powered elevator...

The Museo Alameda

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The Museo Alameda, in partnership with the Smithsonian Institution (its first formal affiliate outside Washington, D.C.), uses a series...


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