Alamo Reflections Tour, hallway
Alamo Reflections Tour, entrance
Alamo Reflections Tour, buildings
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Alamo Reflections Tour

321 Alamo Plaza San Antonio, TX 78207 | 1-800-987-9852  
Alamo Reflections Tour

With a great tour of historical attractions like The Alamo, Mission Concepción, Mission San José, and El Mercado, the Alamo Reflections Tour with Alamo Sightseeing Tours is one you'll want to be a part of!

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Detail Guided Tour Takes Approximately 3.5 Hours
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Sep 4 Friday 9:00 AM
Sep 5 Saturday 9:00 AM
Sep 6 Sunday 9:00 AM
Sep 7 Monday 9:00 AM
Sep 8 Tuesday 9:00 AM
Sep 9 Wednesday 9:00 AM
Sep 10 Thursday 9:00 AM
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At each of these stops, you will be able to explore some of San Antonio's most visited sites with things like the Alamo tour and the mission tours at your own pace before making your way back to the tour bus as your group heads towards the next stop. Enjoy the tour in the comfort of an air conditioned tour bus, with a tour guide providing you with historical facts and stories of the locations you are visiting.

Detailed Tour Itinerary
The Alamo in San Antonio TX
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 Tour Stop at  The Alamo
This is the most famous spot in Texas, and easily the most visited attraction in San Antonio. As the place where heroes like Jim Bowie, Davie Crockett, Colonel William Barrett Travis, and 186 others died fighting for their independence, The Alamo was originally established in 1718 as San Antonio's first mission, San Antonio de Valero named after the Spanish viceroy, Marques de Valero. The Alamo is one of the most incredible places with history dating back to before the 1700s.
Mission Concepción in San Antonio, TX
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 Tour Stop at  Mission Concepción
This stone beauty, established in 1716 and donated in 1755, still stands due to its incredibly built structure. This church stands as the oldest church in America. It was originally decorated with bright, colorful designs that have dissipated with its age. The 30-minute Battle of Concepción was fought here in 1835 between Mexican troops. The church was named a National Historic Landmark in 1970, and restoration occurred in 2010 so Catholic services could once again be held in one of the nation's most amazing churches.
Mission San José in San Antonio, TX
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 Tour Stop at  Mission San José
Founded in 1720, Mission San José is known as "Queen of the Missions" because it is the largest of all missions in San Antonio. After overcrowding, a new church (the one that still stands today) was built in 1768 from limestone. When mission activities officially ended in 1824, the buildings surrounding the mission served as a home to soldiers, the homeless, and bandits. In the 1930s, the church was restored to its original beauty.
El Mercado - Market Square in San Antonio, hispanic
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 Tour Stop at  El Mercado - Market Square
Market Street in San Antonio incorporates the rich, colorful Mexican culture and resembles that of an actual Hispanic marketplace. With over 100 local shops and food places, El Mercado is sometimes known as "the largest Mexican market outside Mexico."
Stops may change due to traffic, weather, maintenance, etc.

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I was a little apprehensive about this tour. I really thought my pre-teen sons would enjoy it more than i would. I am so glad i booked this part now. I cannot say enough good about our tour guide!! We will never forget him. His name is ron and i will request to see him anytime i go back. He was so knowledgeable and extremely friendly, an absolute delight!!!! I was actually sad when the tour was over!!! I have been to san antonio many times in my life and never did i know the history like ron enlightened us with. Absolutely amazing and beautiful!!! At one of the missions we toured he even pointed out a small area of graffiti placed on the mission wall by late 1800's cattlemen cowboys that where moving herds thru the area at that time. He knew about the individual markings!!! Wow!!!
-- Lisa Mouser Baity - Huffman, TX
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