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San Antonio has a nearly overwhelming amount of attractions. Six Flags? SeaWorld? San Antonio has them both. And San Antonio offers far more than big franchise names. The city itself has an attraction air. The San Antonio River Walk is rightfully famous - you have to walk it during one of the many fiestas, or during Christmas, when the river is lit up bright with floating candles.

There are the historic attractions as well, such as the Alamo, kept in both Texan and American memory by movie and song and carefully preserved today. The Alamo is just one of San Antonio's missions, however. The San Antonio Missions National Historic Park shelters four missions from the expanse of the city, all in astoundingly good condition and all beautiful.

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  • 300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio
  • Museum
  • 210-225-1391

Is there a more famous spot in Texas than the Alamo? You'll find little is left of it as a fort, the Long Barracks and the chapel's beautiful facade all that remains, but the remains are well cared for, even beloved. The museum houses artifacts of the fort and provides narration on the famous battle...

  • 201 E. Commerce Street , San Antonio
  • Performing Arts
  • 210-271-7077

Take a break from the RiverWalk and step in for a free special effects extravaganza in the lobby of the Aztec Theatre. This is an old exotic-themed movie palace refurbished, not only for this flashy and free show, but for some excellent films and film festivals on a large format screen.

  • 454 Losoya, San Antonio
  • Monument-Building
  • 210-227-4262

This is said to be the most popular attraction in Texas . . . and it's free. You'll walk through San Antonio on the banks of the river, past sites historical and sites new. Indeed, why drive when you can walk? Or boat! Many people do hop on one of the river's small cruises.

  • 2202 Roosevelt Avenue, San Antonio
  • National Park
  • 210-534-8833

The first mission in San Antonio was established in 1718 and it wasn’t long until there were five missions along the San Antonio River. Four of these fall within the boundaries of the National Historic Park today. Grab a map at the visitor center, after watching Gente de Razon, an award-winn...

  • 3903 North St. Mary's St, San Antonio
  • Monument-Building, Zoos - Game Park
  • 210-734-7184

This is an old zoo, a collection that started in the early 1900s by a Colonel, and from almost its beginnings, it's been devoted to free movement of the animals. As an example, the Hixon Birdhouse contains one of the largest bird collections in the world, and these birds are free-flying. Don't miss ...

  • 10500 Sea World Dr, San Antonio
  • Amusement Park
  • 210-523-3000

See Shamu perform, but although the famous killer whale is here, SeaWorld is more than animal shows (although there are many, land animals included!). Take a plunge on watery-roller coaster Journey to Atlantis, and get even more thoroughly wet at the Lost Lagoon.

  • 500 N State St, San Antonio
  • Amusement Park
  • 210-697-5050

Six Flags may be spread throughout the nation now, but it started in Texas, and Six Flags Fiesta Texas remembers its roots. You'll see the Looney Tune character-themed rides, but you'll also explore areas themed after the Southwest, from Hispanic villages to German settlements.

  • 600 Hemisfair Park, San Antonio
  • Monument-Building
  • 210-223-3101

You would think the views would be great from 750 feet high, and it is, but Tower of the Americas has expanded its purpose in the last few years. Beyond enjoying the view and eating at the revolving restaurant, take a "ride" across Texas in the 4-D theatre.

  • 107 King William, San Antonio
  • Art Gallery-Museum
  • 210-224-6163

  • 100 Montana St., San Antonio
  • Sports & Recreation
  • 800-884-3663

College football is the name of Alamodome’s game, although it does occasionally host pre-season games for the NFL and often is the home of the training camps of the Dallas Cowboys. Most famously, it’s the site of the NCAA Alamo Bowl game.

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