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Front Entrance to the Alamo

San Antonio City Tour AM Only - UMA 2018

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WHY YOU SHOULD GO

This is a grand overview of San Antonio, it's 300 year history, confluence of cultures, and architecture. This tour makes 3 stops

Highlights

Tour includes detailed history of the confluence of cultures that make San Antonio unique. Includes exciting narrative w/sound effects about historical sites & significant events. Play Texas Trivia. See/hear the history of: San Antonio River locks; Pearl Brewery Redevelopment; Butterkrust Bakery; Doseum; Witte Museum; San Antonio Botanical Center; McNay Art Museum; Major Universities; Brackenridge Park; San Antonio Zoo; Japanese Tea Garden; History of the Great Texas Cattle Drives; Union Stockyards; UNESCO World Heritage Site - Mission Concepcion; Southtown; King William District.

Inclusions

  • Access to San Antonio River locks
  • Entry into Japanese Tea Garden.
  • Entry UNESCO World Heritage Site - Mission Concepcion.

Exclusions

  • Gratuities - Tour Guide and/or Driver gratuities are not included

Please Note

  • Pickup will be in front of the Convention Center Main Lobby Entrance (East Market Street), where you will be greeted by Gray Line Staff
  • Please arrive 15 minutes before the departure time (9:00AM) to be checked in

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ITINERARY

This city tour is the perfect way to get a grand overview of old San Antonio, its rich history & culture. Your experience starts downtown with a stop at the San Antonio River locks followed by: Pearl Brewery Redevelopment; Butterkrust Bakery; Doseum; Witte Museum; San Antonio Botanical Center; McNay Art Museum; Major Universities; Brackenridge Park, San Antonio Zoo & stop at Japanese Tea Garden; History of the Great Texas Cattle Trail Drives; Union Stockyards; UNESCO World Heritage Site - Mission Concepcion; Southtown; King William District.
This fascinating & exciting tour gives our guests a broad overview of the history, culture and architecture of San Antonio's city center and nearby sites.
The tour makes three (3) stops: San Antonio River locks, the Japanese Tea Garden and the UNESCO world heritage site - Mission Concepcion.

The tour narrative details the history of the greater central city including: Hemisfair Park, original La Villita; downtown architecture, Briscoe western art museum, Sunset Station; St. Paul Square; Paris Hatters; theatre district; Buckhorn Saloon and Hall of Horns, Briscoe Western Art Museum, Alamodome; Sunset Station; St. Paul Square; Rivercenter Mall; Alamo Plaza & historic hotels; Paris Hatters; theatre district; Buckhorn Saloon & Hall of Horns; Geekdom; San Fernando Catherdral; Main Plaza; Plaza de Armas; City Hall; Tobin Performing Arts Center; lunch at El Mercado - old Mexican market. lunch at El Mercado - old Mexican market. Play Texas Trivia along the way.

Pickup & Starting Points

Please see detailed pickup and starting point information when you complete your booking.