San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX

San Antonio group tours offer include visits to the city's famous Spanish missions, the Alamo and plenty of time visiting the San Antonio River Walk, a public park that's a network of walkways along the San Antonio River filled with all types of shops and restaurants. The Tower of the Americas observation tower also is a popular destination with Six Flags Fiesta and SeaWorld often becoming part of most group trip planning for San Antonio. Join the more than 26 million visitors who come to San Antonio annually by booking your San Antonio group tour with Huddletrip. 

Institute of Texan Cultures  (In association with the Smithsonian Institute)
Learn all about the legacies of Texas's many diverse cultures through exhibits and special tours for student groups.  Mathematics has historically been an integral part of every culture. Come join in the fun at the San Antonio Virtual and Interactive Geometry Lab (SAVIG Lab) by participating in interactive, hands-on learning activities which present mathematics as a dynamic, culturally significant subject that students of all ages can enjoy. The lessons involve tactile learning activities, including soap filming, to stimulate higher order thinking.

Six Flags® - Fiesta TX
Thrilling rides, family fun and excitement, and award-winning shows await you at this spectacular theme park in San Antonio, TX.  Bring your swim suit to also enjoy the free water park!  Ride Goliath, one of the park's favorite roller coasters, racing at over 50 mph!   Enjoy the high-speed action on the Road Runner Express, dodging boulders and racing in and out of the Rattler coaster. White Water Bay is free with park admission offering maximum water thrills.  The Big Bender takes you on a wild ride with plummeting dips, dark twisting tunnels, and fabulous waterfalls.  'Catch a wave' at the Lone Star Lagoon, a Texas-shaped wave pool.  Your day ends with the all-new Lone Star Nights Laser and Fireworks Celebration featuring a new story line with enhanced technology, pyrotechnics, and special effects.

A day at SeaWorld takes your group below the surface and above your expectations.  Immerse your group in the mysteries of the sea.

San Antonio Zoo
Visit the Gibbon Forest, Hixon Bird House, "Toadally", Wild Wonders, Africa Live!, Amazonia, and Cranes of the World inside the wonderful San Antonio Zoo.  Experience attractions such as the zoo train, enter into the world of Butterflies!, visit Lory Landing, and perhaps join in on educational animal encounters.  See the new addition as the zoo welcomes a warthog piglet.

Rio San Antonio River Walk Cruise
Step aboard a river cruising barge for a narrated historic trip through the River Walk area of the San Antonio River.  Add a dinner option to enhance your river cruise experience.  There is no better way to view the architecture, abundant colors, and festivities along the River Walk as you glide through calm waters listening to the rich history of San Antonio.

The Alamo
More than 2.5 million people a year visit this old mission where a small band of Texans held out for thirteen days against the Centralist army of General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna.   Although the Alamo fell in the early morning hours of March 6, 1836, the death of the Alamo Defenders has come to symbolize courage and sacrifice for the cause of Liberty.  The memories of James Bowie, David Crockett, and William B. Travis are as powerful today as when the Texan Army under Sam Houston shouted "Remember the Alamo!"

Mission San Jose
Known as the "Queen of the Missions", and is the largest of the missions. Spanish missions were not churches, but communities, with the church being the focus. Founded in 1720, the mission was named for Saint Joseph and the Marqués de San Miguel de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas at the time. It was built on the banks of the San Antonio river several miles to the south of the earlier mission, San Antonio de Valero (the Alamo). 

San Antonio River Walk
The San Antonio River Walk is a public park, open 365 days a year. It is a network of walkways along the banks of the San Antonio River.  The River Walk winds and loops under bridges as two parallel sidewalks, lined with restaurants, shops, hotels and more.  In Texas, water has been a lifeline for many generations for centuries past. The San Antonio River is a source of a South Texas Treasure, The San Antonio River Walk. Development of San Antonio and its most popular tourism attraction has come a long way.  

Tower of The Americas
Enjoy the spectacular view of the city from the observation deck of this 750 foot-tall tower and get ready for the action-packed tour of Texas that thrills all the senses during the 4-D Theater Ride, "Skies Over Texas.  Some groups may want to include an elegant dining experience at one of the Tower's top restaurants.

Market Square
Shopping, dining, and entertainment abound in this three-block outdoor plaza lined with restaurants shops, and produce stands.  This is the largest Mexican market in the United States, boasting of authentic Mexican food, clothing, accessories, mariachi music, dancing performances, and works of Mexican art.

Enchanted Springs Ranch
Enjoy a stroll through this old west town.  Listen to stories of the Old West, meet a real Texas longhorn and learn about cowboys and cowgirls.  Admire some real American Buffalo and Indian tee pees, view numerous longhorns, zebras, emus, llamas, exotic deer, and antelope on a tractor pulled wagon ride, and much more!

San Antonio Spurs Basketball Game
Attend a professional basketball game at AT&T Center.

San Antonio Rampage Hockey Game
Attend a professional hockey game at AT&T Center.








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