Things to do in Alamo City
The Riverwalk draws hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Dine, shop, and stroll down the beautiful winding path to experience the true culture of this city. This fifteen-mile waterway along the River is a city treasure and the largest urban ecosystem in the country! Tucked in the downtown area just steps away from the famous Alamo, the Riverwalk provides the best way to discover the area. Explore attractions like the Alamo, take a boat tour along the river, shop at the local spots, and try the mouthwatering local restaurants. The possibilities at the Riverwalk are endless! It is a must-do while you are in the area.
Since the city has so much history, it is no surprise that it is home to so many museums. From history to art, you will find it all.
- Witte Museum
- Museum of Art
- Buckhorn Saloon & Museum
- Institute of Texan Cultures
- Guinness World Records Museum
McNay Art Museum
- Texas Ranger Museum
These parks are great places to spend quality time with the whole family!
- Six Flags Fiesta: This park is home to thrill rides, family rides, kids rides, and water rides as well as live shows. Six Flags Fiesta Texas encompasses more than 200 acres of land; and with 49 total rides, Six Flags will have you and your family reeling for hours on end. You will also find many foods and shopping options available as well. With a little something for everyone, Six Flags is sure to give you the good time you were looking for!
- Sea World: Discover the fascinating marine life at the family-friendly theme park, SeaWorld, where thrilling rides, exciting adventures, and enchanting encounters with some of the world’s most amazing creatures are always right around the corner. In addition to the interactive exhibits, backstage tours, delicious eateries, and exciting rides, the shows also offer breathtaking majestic saltwater creatures like beluga whales, killer whales, Pacific white-sided dolphins, sea lions, and more! Not only will you be amazed at what these awe-inspiring animals can do, but you’ll also have the opportunity to learn all about life underneath the ocean.
Other popular tourist attractions include the natural bridge, natural bridge caverns, the children's museum, Splashtown, the wildlife ranch, Legoland Discovery, the Menger Hotel, the mirror maze, and so much more. You should also consider taking a guided tour of the area so that you can learn more! Of course, you also cannot take a trip without taking the chance to visit the Alamo.