San Antonio River Walk Cruise Hop-On Hop-Off Tour and The Battle For Texas Show
"Step aboard a River Walk boat cruise for an exciting and entertaining narrative of the rich history of the San Antonio River! Cruises are about 35 minutes long and cover one and a half miles of the beautiful San Antonio River Walk. In addition you'll love the unique hop-on hop-off tour included in this package. Starting out in Alamo Plaza you'll enjoy a double decker view of the beautiful Alamo. From there you'll head north towards the San Antonio Museum of Art the Pearl Brewery Complex and much more.You are free to get off and explore at any of the 18 stops. If you do just go back to where you were dropped off and wait for the next bus which arrives every 20 minutes. Battle for Texas: The Experience guests will journey back in time as they experience the daily lives of early Texas settlers
"Take a ride on our Hop On Hop Off double decker tours and then enjoy a RIver Boat Cruise along the famous River Walk. Admission to the fascinating Museum of Art and the Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum is included.Visit the brand new great food and spectacular wildlife exhibits. Today the saloon houses a Café Gift Shop Shooting Gallery and our two museums the Buckhorn Museum and the Texas Ranger Museum.The mission of the San Antonio Museum of Art is to collect preserve
"An entertaining and informative cruise on the famous San Antonio River Walk along with a Hop-On Hop-Off double decker tour and trip to the Tower of the Americas! Finish your day spending time at The Buckhorn.For over 130 years The Buckhorn Saloon has been known as a gathering place for good conversation great food and spectacular wildlife exhibits. Today the saloon houses a Café Gift Shop Shooting Gallery and our two museums the Buckhorn Museum and the Texas Ranger Museum.Explore downtown with friendly staff
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...
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.