Things to Do in San Antonio in April 2023

Head to the gorgeous city of San Antonio, TX to take a marvelous springtime trip. With tons of amazing adventures to have in April 2023, you'll find something to your liking no matter your tastes. Whether you visit the Alamo, check out the Riverwalk, or embark upon a fun historical museum tour, there are amazing things to discover in this remarkable city. 

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Top Things To Do In San Antonio in April
Apr 1, 2023 to Apr 30, 2023
Go Rio San Antonio River Cruises : Boat Rides San Antonio Riverwalk
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April is a great time to experience the beauty of the Rio San Antonio Riverwalk in San Antonio. Located along the San Antonio River banks, this vibrant outdoor destination offers several ways to enjoy live music, dining, and dancing while cruising on the water.
Apr 1, 2023 to Apr 30, 2023
Buckhorn Saloon & Museum
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April is a time of comfortable weather, as well as spring break for schools, so take a trip to the Buckhorn Saloon and Museum. Your family is sure to have a blast visiting this 131-year-old venue, which includes interactive exhibits, a saloon with tasty food and beautiful wildlife art. The venue features two museums with unforgettable exhibits, such as The American Sideshow, which features videos of amazing oddities, and the Carnival of Curiosities with activities and optical illusions. Learn about different forms of wildlife through the exhibits, such as the 78 Point Buck, which features a white tale buck, and give yourself a dose of history while exploring the saloon. When you are finished exploring the museum, treat yourself to a delicious meal or beverage in the saloon, and be sure to check out the mugs, cowboy hats and knives in the on-site gift shop. A day at the Buckhorn Saloon and Museum is a great way to enjoy a warm April day, all while providing an educational experience even when school is on break.
Apr 1, 2023 to Apr 30, 2023
San Antonio Walking Ghost Tour
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The San Antonio Walking Ghost Tour takes guests throughout various areas of the city to learn about some of the most popular haunted locations. During the month of April, the backdrop of the new leaves on the trees and the cooler weather of the spring season provides a nice atmosphere for walking along the city streets and sidewalks. While on the tour, guests will learn about everything from suicides that have occurred in the city and a few murders that have taken place. A guide talks about rituals that have taken place in the past and battles that have ended in death. Equipment is provided so that guests can take pictures of the locations of the properties that are visited on the tour. Other equipment can be used to detect sounds that might be heard while exploring old buildings and even a few cemeteries. The event is family-friendly as the guide describes events in a way that isn't frightening for children.
Apr 1, 2023 to Apr 30, 2023
City Sightseeing San Antonio Tours
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Located in south-central Texas, San Antonio boasts a rich colonial history and a historic riverwalk. Visit the Alamo, an 18th-century Spanish mission that has been preserved as a museum. Tower of the Americas, the 750-foot tall Tower of the Americas, and HemisFair Park to explore the city's rich colonial heritage. If you're traveling by air, you can opt for a San Francisco flight that will take you above the clouds. On a San Antonio sightseeing tour, you'll get to see some of the city's best attractions. A tour of the Alamo is a must-do, as it commemorates the Battle of the Alamo, one of the most defining events in Texas history. If you're visiting during the day, don't miss the beautiful Alamo, which features an impressive mural painted by José Cristobal Macias. After the Alamo, you can stroll along the riverwalk and browse the shops. If you're traveling with children, you can also visit the San Antonio Museum of Art. This museum houses pieces from ancient to modern cultures. You'll find the collection of art at the Museum of Fine Arts to be stunning. For adults, you'll also have access to a museum dedicated to local Texas history. If you're traveling with kids, don't miss the Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum. They have plenty of activities for children and will keep them entertained for hours.

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