Monday, August 31, 2015

Visiting Texas: Best Things To Do In San Antonio

San Antonio is the second largest city in Texas and it's filled with so much history. I've been to San Antonio a few times but only once as an adult, so my last visit was very memorable and inspired me to share a few of my favorite places in the city and along the way. Also, if you're a San Antonio local and are looking to save on fun things to do in San Antonio check out PogoPass. PogoPass is a membership that provides you 12 months of FREE access to the best entertainment venues in your city. Check out my list of fun things to do on a road trip to San Antonio, Texas:

Historic Sites

The Alamo -It was once a mission, then it became home of the famous 1836 battle and now it's a museum and a very important part of Texas history.

Eastside Cemetery - The resting place of Clara Driscoll, president of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas who helped buy the land where the Alamo stands to prevent it from being torn down to make room for a hotel.

San Fernando Cathedral - 
Location: 115 Main Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205

Ripely’s Believe It Or Not -

Nature/Outdoor Art

Natural Bridge Caverns - Nature in all it's glory. Bring your walking shoes.

The River Walk - La Villita,

Natural Bridge Wildlife Safari 

Japanese Tea Garden -

World’s Largest Boots - Roadside attraction located on the premises of San Antonio’s North Star Mall.

Food & Drinks

Fruitaria La Masson
Location: 553 E White San Antonio, TX 78214

Iron Cactus Mexican Restaurant & Margarita Bar
Location: 200 River Walk Suite 100, San Antonio, TX 78205

Incredible Pizza - Great place for some indoor family fun and a delicious pizza buffet.

Lulu's Bakery and Cafe - This little gem is home of the 3lb Cinnamon Roll and 21oz Chicken Fried Steak. We picked up one of the Cinnamon Rolls to take home and bake the last time we visited San Antonio and it so yum…we couldn’t finish it though.


Six Flags Fiesta Texas

SeaWorld San Antonio

Ps. Don't forget to stop by Buc-ee's on your way, it's a Texas Road Trip tradition.

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