Explore San Antonio

Steps Back in History at the Alamo: Take a short 7 min walk from the hotel to remember the Alamo. Home of the famous 1836 battle, the Alamo reminds us of William Barrett Travis’s words:  “I am determined to sustain myself as long as possible & die like a soldier who never forgets what is due to his own honor & that of his country — Victory or Death.” The Alamo

San Antonio Museum of Art: The San Antonio Museum of Art’s global collection represents 5,000 years of history and cultures from around the world. Housed in a complex of buildings that was once the Lone Star Brewery, the Museum is renowned for its collections of Latin American, Asian, and Ancient Mediterranean Art, and includes a notable contemporary collection. The Museum is on the Museum Reach of the River Walk, a short walk from the Marriott Rivercenter Hotel. San Antonio Museum of Art

Buckhorn Saloon & Museum & The Texas Ranger Museum: Established in 1881, The Buckhorn features one-of-a-kind animal exhibits, a historic saloon, Café, Gift Shop and The Texas Ranger Museum. Explore the newly remodeled animal halls and prepare yourself for an immersive Texas Experience. Practice your sharp shooting skills in our Toepperwein Shooting Gallery and explore hundreds of rare and unique animal species from around the world. Buckhorn Saloon & Museum & The Texas Ranger Museum

Be A Star in the Lone Star State: The Republic of Texas Restaurant located on the River Walk offers local Texas food and drink. Try their colossal margarita that comes in your very own take away souvenir mug. Take a stab at singing your favorite Merle Haggard song during karaoke hour.  Republic of Texas

Dress the Part:  When in Texas dress like a Texan. Lucchese is one of the oldest boot makers in San Antonio, opening in 1883. Lucchese Boots

Brush Up on Your Two Step:  Built in 1878, Gruene Hall is the oldest continually running dance hall in Texas, and the Central Texas birthplace to many great songwriters and musicians, including George Strait, Ace in the Hole, Jerry Jeff Walker, Lyle Lovett, Joe Ely, Robert Earl Keen, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Hal Ketchum, Bruce and Charlie Robison, and many more. Gruene Hall

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