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- My 4th time here so just in for the day. This time, only on river walk during the day - it is nice at night as well. Only spend about 4 hours this trip, quick river boat tour, lunch, outside of Alama, walked the river walk.Written 28 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We purchased the self-guided audio tour for $9 and it was well worth it. This included admission to The Alamo Exhibit. I definitely recommend either the audio tour or a live tour as you learn so much more about the battle and history of the state of Texas. A must see in San Antonio!Written 1 February 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I have never visited a place like this before in my life and was very impressed. We did the combo tour which includes the Hidden Passages and Discovery Tour. The Hidden Passages was a smaller cavern with amazing formations, it was tighter but you were closer to everything and you were in a smaller group. You were on steps all the way down and then you have to backtrack out. The Discovery Tour took you to amazing huge caverns but you were farther from the formations and are in a larger group of people. It was an easier walk on a sloped path and one way. I found the Discover Tour had too many people and if you were not close to the guide you could not hear the commentary. Overall super cool and I would recommend visiting.Written 14 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The name 'Queen of the Missions' is well deserved. This historical site is incredible! A journey back into time, very large grounds. Be sure and walk in and around the church. Behind the church are several more structures you can visit and there is a water powered mill in the back that run from the acequias built in the 1700s. The area is free to visit and the gates are open from 9-5.Written 5 February 2023
- We happened upon this place simply because we took an Uber to the San Antonio Zoo, only to find the zoo was closed due to a private event. This garden was about 1-2 blocks walking distance from the zoo. We figured we might as well see it since we were in the area. It was absolutely beautiful with a huge lagoon and beautiful waterfall. There are hundreds of colorful koi fish swimming around the shallow lagoon. It's free! If you go to the zoo, be sure to take the extra little walk to see it.Written 13 December 2022
- We had a chance to visit all four missions and were fascinated by their history and how unique and interesting each mission was. It was hard to pick a favorite as they each have their own history and are different shapes and sizes. I would highly recommend visiting the missions when in San Antonio. We went via the tour offered by Grayline and the transportation and guide were great.Written 27 January 2023
- This is a beautiful piece of history. Although the facade is undergoing renovation the church is open. It is beautifully and simple although the main altar and statues are very Spanish looking ornate as opposed to east coast ornate. Very friendly parishioners, we went to Saturday vigil Mass. The gift shop was lovely and had a section on the history of the Cathedral. They even offer confession 7 days a week for almost two hours a day. Amazing anymore. They have the most beautiful statue of the Assumption I think I have ever seen.Written 29 January 2023