Things to Do in San Antonio in June 2023

Experience an amazing time in San Antonio, TX when you visit during the month of June. There are many awesome attractions and activities to enjoy, whether you go exploring on the Riverwalk or visit the historic Alamo. Something for everyone awaits and June is the perfect time to visit! 

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Top Things To Do In San Antonio in June
Jun 1, 2023 to Jun 30, 2023
Go Rio San Antonio River Cruises : Boat Rides San Antonio Riverwalk
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June is a particularly fine month to visit San Antonio. The kids are out from school and the daytime temperatures are still moderate. Of course, one of the most popular of the attractions in San Antonio is the famed Riverwalk, and though you can walk it, the entire Riverwalk is a stupendous 15 miles long. As a consequence, one of the best ways to see the San Antonio River Walk is by boat. Go Rio is the name of the company that offers these marvelous tours, and charming electrical boats whisk you through the water silently. And whether you are interested in such sights as the La Villita, Old Mill Crossing, Selena's Bridge, the Brisco Western Art Museum, dozens of 4-star restaurants or prime shopping, your guides will point them out. Happen to be hungry or see a shop that is particularly attractive? Just signal that you wish to get off. When you are through and ready to proceed, there is another boat waiting to pick you up within 15 minutes. This is far and away the best way to experience the river walk, and you'll be glad you took the cruise.
Jun 1, 2023 to Jun 30, 2023
San Antonio Walking Ghost Tour
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Not for the faint of heart, a San Antonio Walking Ghost tour will give an experience that will never be forgotten. Two main attractions on the tour include The Riverwalk and The Alamo. The tour is given with an expert guide of the city and its ghosts. Children and those who scare easily might not want to join in the ghostly tour, sometimes the ghost make themselves known and they might not be friendly. San Antonio, a city full of rich history and downtown ghost has stories to prove just that. A walking ghost tour around San Antonio during a nice warm June night, is a fun way to get the scoop of just what makes San Antonio a city to visit. Wear comfortable shoes too, the urge to run at ghost sighting might kick in. Detecting equipment adds to the scary fun and gives the tour a ghost hunter vibe. The San Antonio Walking Ghost Tour will give stories to tell that were experienced on a June evening in San Antonio.
Jun 1, 2023 to Jun 30, 2023
City Sightseeing San Antonio Tours
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San Antonio bus tours offer many great attractions for your family to enjoy. The bus offers a roof top open deck for travelers who like to feel the wind in their hair. It can get pretty hot in June but since the humidity in Texas is low, you will still feel very comfortable and enjoy the tour. Busses run all day at 20 minute intervals so feel free to hop off at any attraction that interests you and catch a later ride when you are ready to move on. With 18 different attractions there is bound to be something for everyone in the family. Children of all ages are welcome and they will certainly enjoy the ride to LEGOLAND Discovery Center! You can expect to see many historical sights along the way such as the Alamo and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 76 which is the oldest VFW post in Texas! You can enjoy anything from the farmers market to fine dining and everything in between!
Jun 1, 2023 to Jun 30, 2023
Buckhorn Saloon & Museum
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The Buckhorn Saloon and museum is a great attraction to visit because they are both located only two blocks from the Alamo and a block from the Riverwalk. This could be a great family trip in June to take the family to come to visit the museum and see all the different memorabilia throughout history. This Museum also comes with a plethora of Wildlife species and beautiful exhibits for the entire family to enjoy. The saloon is great for some adult fun in which it was founded by Albert Friedrich in 1881. The saloon is filled with different flavors of beers, margaritas, and much more. There is also a gift shop available that is stocked with Bowie knives, cowboy hats, and much more. If you are truly looking for some vacation fun this could definitely be a great stop in San Antonio, Texas. If you're looking to get tickets, you might want to look into the San Antonio Explorer pass for more information. The saloon is filled with different flavors of beers, margaritas, and much more.

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