Battle for Texas

Alamo Plaza at Blum Street, San Antonio, TX 78205 • (210) 413-4548

BATTLE FOR TEXAS: The Experience is a fully immersive and interactive adventure showcasing the world’s most historically significant Alamo artifacts and connecting them through heart-racing multimedia re-enactments to the past they left behind. Guests will journey back in time as they experience the daily lives of early Texas settlers, the tensions leading up to the Texas Revolution, and the climactic battle in which the Alamo defenders sacrificed their lives for the cause of freedom.

For the first time, artifacts including Santa Anna’s uniform, Bowie knives, and items owned by Davy Crockett will be displayed together in a thematic environment. Presented from both Texan and Mexican perspectives, visitors will experience what it was like to have been at The Alamo in a setting that captures the spectacle, heroism, and ultimate sacrifice of those who gave their lives for a cause they believed in.

Located adjacent to Alamo Plaza in the newly renovated Rivercenter Mall, Battle For Texas: The Experience brings the Battle of the Alamo to life like never before!


Buckhorn Museum & The Texas Ranger Museum

318 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205 • (210) 247-4000


City Sightseeing Double Decker San Antonio

204 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205 • (210) 224-8687

City Sightseeing Double Decker San Antonio, located in downtown San Antonio operates a brand new open top double decker tour of the city.  Tours begin every 20 minutes, all day, every day from Alamo Plaza, Market Square, HemisFair Park and six other central locations.  It is a hop-on, hop-off service; pay on boarding.  There is an onboard commentary and a great view!

Guinness World Records Museum/Ripley’s Haunted Adventure/Tomb Rider 3D

329 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205 • (210) 226-2828

Ripley’s Haunted Adventure is a multi-million dollar haunted house with live actors and special effects. Tomb Rider 3D is a multimillion dollar special effects, 3D interactive adventure ride and arcade. Try to defeat the curse of Anubis! Guinness World Records Museum is a state-of-the-art interactive museum that brings the world-famous book to life via 14 fun, themed galleries. Plus new this year- at designated times, the museum will have Guinness World Record Adjudicators on staff to judge record attempts and award certificates. Fun for all ages. Three attractions in one location. Open daily.


Institute Of Texan Cultures

801 East Cesar Chavez Blvd., San Antonio, TX 78205 • (210) 458-2300


Louis Tussaud’s Wax Works, Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! & Ripley’s Moving Theater 4D

301 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205 • (210) 224-9299

Welcome to three of San Antonio’s premiere attractions! “Louis Tussaud’s Wax Works features over 200 life-like wax figures in themed settings. Ripley’s Believe It or Not! is one of the largest and most interactive in the United States–explore three floors with over 500 unusual and fascinating exhibits. Ripley’s Moving Theater 4D–our newest attraction is a motion simulator special effects theater! Great family fun!


Magik Children’s Theatre

420 South Alamo, San Antonio, TX 78205 • 210.227.2751


McNay Art Museum

6000 N. New Braunfels, San Antonio, TX 78209 • (210) 824-5368


San Antonio Botanical Garden

555 Funston, San Antonio, TX 78209 • (210) 207-3250


San Antonio Children’s Museum – The DoSeum

2800 Broadway St, San Antonio, TX 78209 • (210) 212-4453


San Antonio Museum Of Art

200 W. Jones Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78215 • (210) 978-8100


San Antonio Zoo

3903 N. St. Mary’s St., San Antonio, TX 78212 • (210) 734-7184


SeaWorld San Antonio

10500 SeaWorld Drive, San Antonio, TX 78251 • (800) 700-7786


Six Flags Fiesta Texas

17000 IH 10 West, San Antonio, TX 78257 • (210) 697-5050

Make plans now to visit Six Flags Fiesta Texas! Enjoy an array of award-winning shows and thrilling rides for the whole family! Come see why Six Flags Fiesta Texas is America’s favorite show park with shows like Roadhouse Country, Rockin’ at Rockville High and Ritmos del Verano. End every summer night with Lone Star Nights Laser and Fireworks Celebration featuring a storyline and technology for an advanced production including enhanced video projection, new lasers, audio, pyrotechnics and special effects. Enjoy one of the park’s thrilling roller coasters, including the epic Iron Rattler, the Goliath and more. All ages may enjoy the high-speed action on Road Runner Express. The tikes in your group can soar through the air on ZoomJets or hop on Buckarooz for a bouncing adventure. New this summer at White Water Bay is the world’s steepest waterslide, Bahama Blaster. It uses a unique launching capsule to drop riders down an astounding six stories, where they’ll free-fall and twist through loops and coils at 40 miles per hour. The Bahama Blaster is only part of the all-new giant waterpark expansion, including Dom Julio’s Beach Bar, Paradise Cove lounge pool, and Bamboo Chutes kids slides.

Spy – The Exhibit

300 E. Crocket St., San Antonio, TX 78205 • (210) 592-6825
Now on display for a limited time at the Rivercenter Mall downtown San Antonio, SPY: The Exhibit showcases over 250 objects and artifacts of spy gear and documents from H. Keith Melton’s collection of over 10,000 spy devices. The Exhibit provides audiences with a rare opportunity to peak behind the shrouds of espionage into the undercover operations of the KGB, Stasi and the CIA. The objects and artifacts of spy gear and documents – many never before seen outside highly classified circles – reveal an unseen realm of espionage and danger. SPY! sneaks visitors into a top-secret world of patriots, spies, moles, traitors and spy catchers. Don’t miss your chance to discover heroes and villians who clandestinely changed the world we live in today and experience what it’s like to be a spy firsthand by creating your own disguises, altering your voice, and navigating laser beams. Plus, gain exciting new insights into how intelligence really works—how science and technology play a major role, and discover how the men and women who do this work shape the course of history every day. For more information visit

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