Things to Do in San Antonio, TX in September 2023

San Antonio, TX is an amazing and historic city to visit. As well as offering some iconic landmarks like the Riverwalk, the Alamo, and San Fernando Cathedral, there are many activities happening every September. Get in touch with the history of the area on a bus ride, or catch a San Antonio Missions baseball game. No matter what you see or do while in San Antonio, it is sure to be a blast! 

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Top Things To Do In San Antonio in September
Sep 1, 2023 to Sep 30, 2023
Go Rio San Antonio River Cruises : Boat Rides San Antonio Riverwalk
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Have you ever wondered why September is the time to go on a Rio San Antonio Riverwalk Cruise? This guide will provide you with the answer. Whether this is your first time or you’re going for the tenth, September is a great time to enjoy all that South Texas has to offer. As summer comes to an end, September becomes a great month to enjoy all that South Texas has to offer. With fall in full swing, you can check out the colorful foliage while enjoying a Rio San Antonio Riverwalk Cruise. In September, there are three reasons why this is a great time to go on a cruise: 1) The weather 2) Fall activities 3) The river is low enough The Rio San Antonio Riverwalk Cruises in September are a great time to visit the city of San Antonio. With all the live music, concerts, festivals, and events in September, there will be no shortage of things to do and places to see. The best part is that you won’t have to worry about crowds or major crowds at these events because they are not as well-known as other summertime events.
Sep 1, 2023 to Sep 30, 2023
Buckhorn Saloon & Museum
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If you're looking for something fun and interesting to do when you're in San Antonio, you can take your family to the Buckhorn Saloon and Museum. You'll likely stay in the museum for about two hours and there are several activities for you to take advantage of. There are wax figures and scenes from Old Western bars. There also exhibits that feature animals that are native to the area, including horses and wolves. You'll also see wildlife exhibits from all over the world and get interesting information about the animals and plants you see. There's also a sideshow feature that uses video technology to show you some of the fascinating acts from side show acts of the past. You can take pictures in the museum with non-flash devices and there's a restaurant on site so you can enjoy Western and Tex-Mex food after looking at all the interesting museum exhibits. There's also a gift shop on site so you can buy a few souvenirs to help you remember your trip.
Sep 1, 2023 to Sep 30, 2023
City Sightseeing San Antonio Tours
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There's no question that it can definitely get hot in San Antonio in September, yet many people love to take their kids to Alamo City for one last summer blast before they go back to school. And while the city is huge, most people visiting the sights and having to park their car three blocks away find themselves wishing for a better way. There is, and it's called the City Sightseeing Tour. From 8:40 in the morning till closing at 5:30 people get on air-conditioned buses with a top deck open for those brave souls will to challenge the heat, while a knowledgeable guide points out the sights. Unlike ordinary sightseeing tours, however, this one is self-directed. People get off at one of 17 premier destinations such as the Alamo or the famed River Walk. Because the company runs a new tour every 20 minutes, it means when you are through with a destination, you only need to wait a few minutes for another bus to show up. This is truly the way to see a great city like San Antonio, and you'll find yourself wishing other cities offered the same convenience.

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