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San Antonio Zoo
1. San Antonio Zoo
San Antonio Zoo®, operated by San Antonio Zoological Society, is an Association of Zoos and Aquariums-accredited zoo in Midtown San Antonio, Texas, United States. It's located in the city's buzzy Brackenridge Park.. The zoo’s mission is to inspire its community to love, engage with, act for and protect animals and the places they live.
SeaWorld San Antonio
2. SeaWorld San Antonio
SeaWorld San Antonio is the world's largest marine theme park, so expect plus-size thrills and spills aplenty. It features world-famous orca shows, gravity-defying rollercoasters and hands-on animal encounters.
LEGOLAND® Discovery Center San Antonio
3. LEGOLAND® Discovery Center San Antonio
LEGOLAND® Discovery Center San Antonio is a family-friendly amusement park that young children can enjoy. The park has a 4D cinema, interactive rides and play areas. It is located in Downtown San Antonio, roughly five minutes' walk from The Alamo.
San Antonio Aquarium
4. San Antonio Aquarium
Experience everything the deep blue sea has to offer at San Antonio Aquarium! Since 2014, the aquarium has been a hub for marine education in Leon Valley. On any given visit to this family-friendly Texas attraction you'll see sharks and tropical fish, stroke rays, and meet inquisitive lemurs. You might even bump into a mermaid or two. Wonder at floating jellyfish and go eye-to-eye with reptiles. There's an interactive aviary, touch pools, and so much more to experience during this wild San Antonio adventure.
The Alamo
5. The Alamo
Uncover 300 years of history at the Alamo, an awe-inspiring story that’s more intriguing than you might imagine. Established in 1718 as Mission San Antonio de Valero, the former mission now known as the Alamo has been a crossroads of history. Having existed under five flags of independent nations and served as a garrison for five different armies, the Alamo has a rich history and a heritage to inspire. Best known as the site of the 1836 Battle of the Alamo, the rest of the 300 year history is vital to understanding why the Battle happened and its importance. General Santa Anna and his troops arrived on February 23, 1836. They laid siege to the fort for 13 days. On the morning of March 6, the Mexicans launched a major attack. The Texans managed to fend off the first few attacks, but there were too many Mexican soldiers and they managed to scale the walls and get inside the fort. The fighting was fierce, but eventually the Mexicans won. They killed every soldier in the fort.

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SEA LIFE San Antonio is home to San Antonio’s only Underwater Ocean Tunnel! Come face to fin with sharks, our rescued sea turtle, touch a sticky anemone, and explore over 20 breathtaking exhibits. No flippers required! Immerse yourself in a tropical sea where sharks and rays swim overhead in 155,000 gallons of wow! See the Aquarium’s largest sharks and fish swim directly overhead for the ultimate shark selfie. Reach in and touch a chocolate chip sea star, sea anemones, hermit crabs and more. Dive into a shipwreck to spot some of the most unique creatures at SEA LIFE San Antonio. Be mesmerized at a technicolor reef full of live corals, count the schooling bannerfish, and wave hello to beautiful coral fish. Key exhibits and features: 50 ft Underwater Ocean Tunnel Interactive Touchpool Stingray Bay Shipwreck Seahorse Mangrove Exhibit And more!
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Standing at a whopping 750 feet tall, the Tower of the Americas is an observation tower and restaurant located in Downtown San Antonio, Texas. The tower was built as the main theme structure for the 1968 World's Fair, HemisFair '68. The tower is the tallest occupiable structure in San Antonio and the 30th-tallest occupiable structure in Texas. A panoramic lounge and revolving restaurant at the top of the tower provide amazing views out over the city.
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The Natural Bridge Caverns of San Antonio are the largest-known caverns you can explore in Texas. The caves were discovered in the 1960s, but there's plenty of archeological evidence which suggests that humans were using the caves as far back as 5,000 BC! The caves are explorable thanks to state-of-the-art lighting and handy paths that visitors can follow on self-guided underground tours. Outside, there are also courses for rope climbing and ziplining, suspended high above the ground.
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Aquatica San Antonio is a waterpark in San Antonio, Texas. Featuring an array of waterslides, wave pools, lazy rivers, and rapid-rafting rides, as well as wildlife attractions, cabanas, kiddie pools, restaurants and shops, it has all the ingredients for the perfect day of splashy fun with friends or family.
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The San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA) was opened in the former Lone Star Brewery, on the Museum Reach of the San Antonio River Walk in Texas, following a $7.2 million renovation 1981. The museum's collection encompasses over 30,000 objects, representing 5,000 years of history and culture. Pieces range from Egyptian, Greek and Roman antiquities, to Asian, Latin American and contemporary art.
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The LBJ Ranch is the birthplace, lifetime abode, political home-from-home, and final resting place of America's 36th president, Lyndon B. Johnson. The sprawling site pays tribute to President Johnson's personal and political legacy. LBJ spent almost a fifth of his time in office at the ranch, garnering it the nickname "the Texas White House", and visitors can get a fascinating insight into a slice of American history and southern life by touring the site.
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The San Antonio Missions National Historical Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Texas that contains four of San Antonio's frontier missions: Mission Concepción, Mission San Jose, Mission San Juan, and Mission Espada. The park also contains the Espada Aqueduct, one of the country's oldest irrigation systems which is still in use today.
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