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10 Best Things to Do in San Antonio, Texas

By Malvika Kashyap

Lake Guide Team

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San Antonio is a great destination for touring because it is home to some of Texas' most well-known historical landmarks. With this list learn about more things to do in San Antonio, Texas.

1. Visit Historical Park & Mission Trail The San Antonio Missions received this distinction for the first time in the state of Texas in 2015 when they were listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

2. Explore San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium The San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium, a 35-acre facility with over 3,500 animals from 750 species, is one of the most well-liked activities for families with kids.

3. San Antonio River Walk The San Antonio River flows through the heart of the city, and the River Walk, where restaurants and stone pathways are located, is its focal point.

4. Go to The Alamo If you're in San Antonio, you really must see the Alamo, one of the most significant historical landmarks in the country.

5. Watch Natural Bridge Caverns The biggest commercial cave in Texas, Natural Bridge Caverns, is less than 30 minutes from San Antonio.

6. Japanese Tea Garden It is a lovely, tranquil setting and a free attraction that is about ten minutes' drive from the River Walk. You may go here and the adjacent San Antonio Zoo together.

7. San Antonio Botanical Garden One of the few places of green in the city is the San Antonio Botanical Garden. Wander about, enjoy the peace, and be amazed by the hues.

8. Learn at Cooking Classes If you've ever wanted to improve your culinary abilities, San Antonio could be the ideal location to do it quickly.

9. San Antonio Museum of Art Excellent collections of Asian, European, American, and Latin American art, as well as Greek and Roman antiquities, may be found in the San Antonio Museum of Art.

10. Witte Museum There are several galleries at the museum that will appeal to every member of your party. Interactive exhibits showing how the human body functions are available for children.

The second-largest city in Texas has a lot to offer, from cycling through 1700s architectural marvels to walking along the banks of its famous canal.


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