Things to do in San Antonio

Stroll along the River Walk, explore the Alamo, and visit the Pearl District

Top 10 things to do

San Antonio Zoo®

Meet zoo animals, explore habitat zones, and engage in interactive experiences!

4.5 (268 reviews)
Six Flags Fiesta Texas

Six Flags Fiesta Texas is home to more than 60 rides, and even has its own waterpark – White Water Bay. There's attractions for the whole family to enjoy – with plenty of fun Looney-Tunes-themed rides – and more extreme rollercoasters like Scream! and Poltergeist. If you love superheroes, then don't miss out on the extreme DC coasters.

4 (6 reviews)
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.

4.2 (50 reviews)
Natural Bridge Caverns

Explore the largest-known caverns in Texas

4.9 (44 reviews)
San Antonio Cruises

Go on an excursion and learn about San Antonio from a unique vantage point – on the water!

4.7 (28 reviews)
Tower of the Americas

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 structure for the 1968 World's Fair. The tower is the tallest occupiable structure in San Antonio and the 30th-tallest occupiable structure in Texas. You'll love the panoramic lounge and revolving restaurant at the top of the tower – get ready for amazing views of the city!

4.5 (21 reviews)
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.

4.3 (25 reviews)
Aquatica San Antonio

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.

4.2 (36 reviews)
SEA LIFE San Antonio

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!

4.4 (23 reviews)
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.

4.2 (36 reviews)

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