- Our list of the best things to do in San Antonio, Texas, features the top 43 nearby activities — including 18 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- San Antonio, TX has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Sights & Landmarks, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 36 things to do within the city of San Antonio, TX , followed by 7 popular activities in nearby cities, including Boerne, Schertz, New Braunfels, Alpine and South Padre Island
Cosmic Mayhem Blacklight Mini Golf 903 East Bitters Road, San Antonio, TX MoreLess Info
This complete 18-hole mini golf course is fashioned in the style of ’50s alien-invasion movies
The 2,264 seat Spanish Mediterranean Majestic Theater was originally constructed in 1929. Visitors can hear music performed by the San Antonio Symphony and plays performed by Broadway in San Antonio, as well as other performers in the restored theater.
Known as the Queen of the Missions, Mission San Jose was originally constructed in the 1720s and known as Saint Joseph. An active congregation meets in this location; visitors can tour the church as well as attend mass.
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2202 Roosevelt Ave., San Antonio, TX 78210 MoreLess Info
The San Antonio Missions National Historical Park contains four of the original missions. These churches are still active, and visitors can tour the buildings and attend mass with the congregations.
First dedicated in 1755, Mission Concepcion, was built of stone and still looks much as it did over 200 years ago. Bring your camera and capture many of the original frescoes, the beautiful stonework and lush grounds.
The San Antonio Botanical Garden provides visitors with a large, curated collection of plants, trees, and flowers in a single organized setting. The garden comprises a conservatory and large open area with paved trails through the various themed areas.
The San Antonio River Walk is the most visited tourist attraction in Texas. Running along the San Antonio River, the area is lined with businesses and upscale hotels that are located one story lower than the streets that run near the river.