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  • 51. Quardrangle

    The oldest building on post at Fort Sam Houston is the Quadrangle which was originally built as a supply depot in 1876-77, but converted to a headquarters later. The building encloses a courtyard area...

  • 52. San Antonio River Tour

    We did three tours in San Antonio. A Ghost Tour, a Segway Tour, and a River Tour. The River Tour was very nice. Open Daily from 9:00 AM – close no earlier than 9:00 PM $8.25 – General...

  • 53. Sunken Gardens

    The Sunken Gardens or The San Antonio Japanese Tea Gardens was built on an abandoned limestone rock quarry with prison labor in 1899.It included walkways, stone arch bridges, an island and a Japanese...

  • 54. Quarry Market

    We discovered this huge shopping area by accident when we were leaving Brackenridge Park heading north. We saw it from the freeway and took a detour. This is San Antonio's newest and hottest shopping...

  • 55. Old Brooke Army Medical Center

    This graceful building serving as the northern terminus to the vast Parade Grounds of Fort Sam Houston used to house the Brooke Army Medical Center. The Medical Center has moved in recent years to...

  • 56. Guenther House

    As we admired the mansions on King William Street, we came across the Guenther House. Carl Hilmar Guenther built his home in 1859, which sits quietly off the main street beneath a shady bower. As we...

  • 57. Emily Morgan Hotel

    Often considered one of the best Gothic revival buildings in the United States, the Emily Morgan Hotel was built in 1926 and was original known as the Medical Arts Building. It is 13 stories high,...

  • 58. Texas Theatre

    In Houston Street, this large downtown theater opened in 1926 for the Publix-Paramount chain has really been successful and popular. It began to decline in the 70s, closed and was razed in 1983!! The...

  • 59. Lackland Air Foce Base

    If you have a pass, you can go to Lackland Air Force Base. People, other than families of basic training graduates, wishing to visit the base will be required to have a sponsor with a valid military...

  • 60. Juan O'Gorman Mosaic

    Adorning the Lila Cockrell Theater at the Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center is a stunning mosaic mural by Mexican artist Juan O'Gorman. Entitled "Confluence of Civilizations in the Americas", it was...

  • 61. Arneson River Theatre

    Located on the River Walk, the stage and grass step seating for the audience are separated by the San Antonio River. This unique setting hosts a variety of entertainment ranging from flamenco, opera,...

  • 62. Six Flags

    4 out of 5 stars

    Enjoy the party at Six Flags, San Antonio Style :). Fiesta Texas was a park in itself that has since been taken over by Six Flags. Progress is for the better for now there are plenty of new and...

  • 63. Arsenal & Commander's House

    The San Antonio Arsenal was built in 1859 to provide munitions to the border posts throughout Texas. It was captured by confederate forces before Texas succeeded from the Union and supplied southern...

  • 64. Casa Navarro

    This small house and gardens was the home of Jose Antonio Navarro, one of Texas' heroes and patriots who helped forge the state's freedom from Spain and Mexico. This home is staffed by knowledgeable...

  • 65. San Antonio Public Library

    If you're looking for something to do on a rainy day, a visit to the San Antonio Public Library might be the thing to do. On top of all the books and free Internet access, the funky architecture of...

  • 66. Alamodome

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The San Antonio Spurs had a great year, with one of their players winning the NBA's MVP, as well as, winning the championship. Just driving around the city, you can see the pride this city takes in...

  • 67. Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center

    If you are in San Antonio for a convention, it will most likely be at the 1.3 million square foot Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. This is not really a must see destination unless you are here for...

  • 68. Granary

    The Granary is San Jose’s oldest building to remain it its almost original condition. It was the first to be restored during the 1930s. During its early days, the Granary was the home for three...

  • 69. Kickers Korner Rodeo Arena

    If your in Texas you can't miss out on LIVE bull riding. I gathered the following information on 3/30/05: Sign up for live bull riding 3:00-4:30 pm. Free admission. Riding begins at 5 pm. $10 per...

  • 70. River Center

    Here is where you find a lot of the touristy stores and restaurants, IMAX and live entertainment. The mall has access to The Riverwalk as well as covered parking (save by getting a merchant...

  • 71. Petroleum Club

    This is a members only private club. Check if your club reciprocates. If so, you will enjoy yourself here. The staff is wonderful. They have a pleasant happy hour on Fridays from 4-6pm. To arrive...


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