Fun Things To Do In San Antonio

Dated: 12/05/2019

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Thinking of visiting San Antonio? Are you a San Antonio native? Either way there are a lot of fun things to do in our Historic city, whether you are looking for outdoor activities, visiting our historic missions, or shopping there is something for everyone. 

Outdoor Activities 

Looking for some fun in the sun, check out just a few options to choose from. 

San Antonio Bike tours - San Antonio Bike Tours offers custom, small-group(2 - 8 riders) guided tours of historic San Antonio, TX. Discover why they are "The Laid Back Way to See S.A.!" All tours include the use of a recumbent tricycle, helmet,radio communications system, and a complimentary water bottle. 

River City Run - is a unique, active way to see San Antonio. River City Run is a 5K course through the heart of San Antonio, includes 15 stops with 18 landmarks to observe and learn about through entertaining history and trivia. 

San Antonio Mission National Historical Park - This Historical area stretches over nine miles and contains four important 18th-century missions.

Rio San Antonio Cruises - These 35 minute long cruises are an exciting and entertaining narrative of the rich history of the San Antonio River, cover 1.5 miles of the San Antonio Riverwalk. 

Cultural & Theme Tours

San Antonio Ghost Tour - Take a historical ghost tour through one of the most haunted cities in America, revisit the past, listen to ghost stories that will make your spine tingle.

Texas Hill Country & LBJ Tour - Explore the Texas Hill Country, learn about Texas cowboys, and the Great Texas Cattle Drives. Visit the Lyndon B. Johnson State Park & Historic Site and take a guided tour of the "Texas White House". Pass by award-winning wineries & orchards, and much more! San Antonio Mission Tour - 2-3 hour tour of the major historic attractions of San Antonio. This tour offers visits to the Alamo, Mission San Jose, Mission Concepcion, King William, San Fernando Cathedral, and Market Square.


Caliente Hot Glass - uniquely provides a venue for glass artists to hone and showcase their art with full creative freedom. Interested in learning more about glass blowing? They offer small-group classes Thursday-Saturdays, great team building event!

The Shops at La Cantera - Shop, wine and dine at The Shops at La Cantera. An award winning, open-air shopping center, The Shops at La Cantera boasts an impressive variety of high-end and unique retailers in the setting of the Texas Hill Country. Stores include Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Dillard’s and Macy’s, and much more. 

Pearl Farmers Market - Fun for the whole family, pets welcome! The new Pearl Farmers Market is located along the banks of the beautiful San Antonio Riverwalk and is open every Sat. from 9am to 1pm.

These are just a few of the fun things to do around town, San Antonio is a unique city with lots to do. From the people to the culture, and lets not forget about our Spurs, San Antonio is one of the best city's in the nation. Come have some fun!!

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David Gage

Listing and Buying Specialist in the San Antonio, and surrounding areas. I strive to provide the best service possible to my clients. Whether it's finding the right home, or selling your current home ....

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