A two story museum promoting learning and discovery through interactive exhibits, as well as creative programs that they offer. This is San Antonio’s only museum that was made just for children and that hosts various events for you to enjoy while you are here with you kid(s). To find out more about The DoSeum, the events they offer, plus their hours of operations, simply click here for more information.
A nonprofit group staging children’s classics and offering educational programs that are hosted in an 1895 venue, that is located in the famous Hemisfair park. This is where children’s story books come to life on stage and offers year round educational programming for ages that range from 3-17. Click here to view the event calendar and buy tickets for upcoming shows and thank you for your support.
A 250-acre marine mammal park that also offers an oceanarium, water park, amusement rides, and various shows for the whole family to enjoy. Sea World’s events menu helps plan out your day/time while you are here, and because they have so many various fun activities that go on year round. You will be able to enjoy swimming with the dolphins, musical shows, and holiday events. Click here and you will also get to see hours of operations, ticket prices and available discount tickets.
Live music, local events, and food festivals have been held here for many years. This is an open-air amphitheater with a public park that hosts a multitude of events. It is a locally well known historic place that is located near the downtown area and offers events that are family friendly. Since it is an outdoor event venue, click here to see whats going on at our Sunken Garden Theater and to purchase your tickets.
A historic catholic mission church that was founded in 1716 by the Domingo Ramon expedition. Mission San Jose is still an active church hosting mass, confessions, adoration, holy days, and feast days. Feel free to click here to see their event calendar, hours of operations, and to plan out your visit to this beautiful, historic mission church.
Believe it or not, Natural Bridge Caverns was discovered by 4 college kids in 1960 and is the largest known commercial caverns in the state of Texas. Amazingly, it is still a family owned and operated establishment that also offers a fantastic Safari side to enjoy as you feed exotic animals from your vehicle window when you are slowly driving through the Safari path. Find ticket information and hours of operation through here and enjoy!
This use to be one of the last American Drive-In theaters and is now known, locally as an awarded “The Best Place to Watch an outdoor movie” by the San Antonio Current ( which is our local media event magazine ) and that offers so much more events for the community to come out and enjoy as well as visitors. Click here to view their event calendar.
An art museum in downtown San Antonio that takes you around the world and through five thousand years of art. SAMA is renowned for the most comprehensive ancient Greek, Roman, and Egyptian art collection in the southern U.S. When here, you will also experience a Latin American art wing that spans from the ages of ancient Americas to the present. Plus a fantastic collection of folk art, Texas/regional art work, an Asian art wing, and much more. You can find their hours of operation and events through here.
San Antonio’s oldest and largest atmospheric theater which opened in 1929. It seats 2,264 people and is listed on the National Register of Historical Places, Texas Historic Landmark, and a National Historic Landmark.Being surrounded with beautiful, amazing architecture and not a bad seat in the house, visit their event calendar to enjoy various events such as live music, plays, musicals, stand up comedy plus more. Click here for tickets and up coming events!
This 64,000 plus seated dome opened on May 15, 1993 and was home to our beloved San Antonio Spurs from 1993 to 2003. It now plays host to numerous events such as conventions, concerts, The Valero Alamo Bowl, Monster Jam, Disney on Ice, NCAA FINAL FOUR, and is home to our local football college team the U.T.S.A. Road Runners, plus many more events. Click here for your tickets, shows, and event times.
The Tobin Center is our state of the-art, multi-purpose venue that seats 1,746 to 2,039, depending if their seated area in front of the stage is rotated to a standing only area.Right on the San Antonio riverwalk you will enjoy major touring concerts, plays, musicals, & more spectacular events here. Tobin also has an amazing outside 32 FT video wall and a water taxi portal for your convenience. Click here for a more convenient way to access their website and to purchase your tickets, enjoy!
“New Braunfels Tx.’s #1 Hotel & Brewery.“
This beautiful historic hotel dating back from 1929 is in the small town of New Braunfels Tx. which has an authentic German heritage!
It is located approximately 45 minutes from the San Antonio downtown area.
This small historic town offers so many great eateries, shopping, and of course the famous Schlitterbahn water park to enjoy, relax and recharge your batteries.
A roman catholic church that features a beautiful laser light show that is projected on the front of the church. There is an open area right in front, so you can see this amazing, family friendly laser show, with an excellent sound system. Created by French artist, Xavier De Richemont, you can see the show every Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, 9:00 pm, 9:30 pm & 10:00 pm. You can see church events. mass times and additional information by clicking here.
This beautiful historic venue was once an old movie theater, and has kept some of the original architecture that provides a unique ambience as you are enjoying a variety of live music. Located in the heart of downtown San Antonio and with plenty of convenient parking options located around the Aztec. This is an intimate venue that has a great view anywhere you sit and gives you an up close and personal experience to the acts that are found here. Feel free to click here to see what acts are preforming next and to purchase your tickets!
Historic Pearl brewery complex now offers dinning, shopping, and a farmers market on Saturday and Sundays, plus more events to enjoy. It once was an actual brewery that produced Pearl beer and was deserted till a local successful businessman bought the area and brought his vision to life. It is now known as a beautiful, romantic place to have a memorable experience that also is perfect for families to enjoy. You can find their event calendar and more information about The Pearl Brewery by clicking the web icon.
The San Antonio Zoo is a non-profit organization that is committed to securing a future for wildlife and started in the 1800’s with a small collection of animals. Fast forward to now, each year the zoo welcomes over a million visitors and is open year-round. Over 13,000 of those visitors being children that participate in educational programs and 80,000 school children on field trips alone. The San Antonio Zoo has various events and holiday events to take advantage of on their website.
This is the home to our much loved San Antonio Spurs, WNBA Silver Stars and San Antonio Rampage hockey games. AT&T center is also our major go to live music venue to catch huge live touring acts and many more events. The staff here implements Texas hospitality to the fullest. Click here for events and tickets!
An amusement park hosting roller-coasters, water park adventures, musical shows and is an all around family friendly place to make memorable experiences. Six Flags is constantly giving out monthly deals to take advantage of. From buying a season pass to becoming a member, either one gets you special privileges, and to find out the hours of operations, special events, holiday events, or other special offers. Simply click here to see what Six Flags Fiesta Texas has waiting for you.
This famous, beautiful, historic town is just 72 miles and approximately 1 hour and 11 minutes away from downtown San Antonio. Fredericksburg Tx. offers a beautiful scenery matched with friendly eateries, Texas wineries, B&B’s and a very relaxing opportunity to just get away. Bring the whole family or just plan a great romantic get-away and you will experience down home Texas hospitality to the fullest.
Established in 1925 and was renovated in 2009, this is still a locally favorite place for parents to take their kids, that once came here as kids them selves by their parents. I remember coming here with my mom as a kid and then as a parent myself, I brought my daughter here and we both were kids at the same time!
Kiddie Park holds a very special place in San Antonian’s hearts and is considered a treasured landmark. This adorable amusement park can host birthday parties and family events.
The Hike and Bike Trail is a national historical park that connects all four missions, which have nearly 300 years of amazing history to tell. The churches here are still active and hold regular services and welcome all who wish to join. You can also reserve a place here for weddings or book a tour with a park ranger to experience the history that all four missions have to offer. Click here to be taken to their website for more information.
Established in 1926, it is dedicated to telling the stories of Texas from prehistory to present, and where nature, science, and culture meet.
A local high school teacher, Ellen Schultz started a goal to open up a museum in the growing city of San Antonio in 1923, and with the help of Mayor John Tobin, Lena McAllister, Ethel Drought, and a huge donation of $65,000 from the will of local businessman Alfred W. Witte in 1925, Ellen did just that. To find out more information, such as hours of operations and or events, click here.