Awesome. Welcome to the Texas Hill Country! This is the palce to reconnect with friends and family. Hike or horseback ride on trails that tread through mile after mile of natural woodlands. You can splash the day away at the Flying L's waterpark and lazy river environment.
The best. Fiesta® with San Antonio! 100 great events: Parades, festivals, exhibits and more! It’s the party that gives back to the community! Fiesta® is brought to you by more than 100 local nonprofits. They give back to our community all year long.
The best. Feel the adrenaline rush of wheel to wheel racing on a new 1/3 mile road course in high performance go-karts. Designed for safety, perfect for amateurs, professionals, or corporate events. Go Fast, Be Safe, Have Fun! Ages 12 and older, all ages must wear long sleeves, long pants and enclosed shoes.
Gallista Gallery. An enclave of artists, galleries, and studios promoting Mexican American/ Chicano Art; Gallery’s: Gallista, Mito, Devine Barrio Apparitions, and ChicArte Boutique; Artist’s: Angelica Gomez, Mary Agnes, & Jose Cosme; Studios: Sangre de Chango-Edward Ingle, Arte Cosmico – L.A. David, Ay Chispas, John Gallagher, LivArt, Xochitl, and Joe Lopez…Come Visit and Enjoy!
En Fuego. We have everything you need for that pepper-head in your life. Come shop over 600 varieties of hot sauce, salsa, BBQ, wing sauce, spices and snacks. Located on the river behind Coyote Ugly.
Eclectic Art Gallery. Come shop at the newest “jewel” on the Riverwalk featuring “original art by over 22 artists”. Artwork in all price ranges includes jewelry, paintings, pottery, glass, sculpture, neon and much more. The gallery has a relaxed “eclectic” atmosphere with a must have for every visitor.
Angelita. Angelita's is nestled in the heart of La Villita and features upscale women's clothes and jewelry. This is a wonderful shop if you are looking for that special gift to take home, or a unique, beautiful item for yourself.
Alamo Antique Mall. Located in an historic 1866 building in downtown San Antonio. You will enjoy the three floors of quality antiques: jewelry furniture, pottery, glass, coins, texana, collectibles and primitives, 2 blocks to the Alamo.
A 25-block area on the south bank of the San Antonio River. SA's elegant residential area in the 1800's, and the state's first historical district.
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Awesome. Built in 1940, with dramatic Egyptian Art Deco décor, to serve the needs of the East side, it had both a vaudeville stage and a movie screen. The Vaudeville Stage is still in use today bringing musicals and plays to life in San Antonio. Check website for current shows.
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