Morgan’s Wonderland

5223 David Edwards San Antonio, Texas
(210) 495-5888
http://morganswonderland.com

Morgan’s Wonderland is a purpose-built 25-acre theme park in San Antonio, Texas for guests of all ages and abilities. The park, which opened in spring 2010 on the site of the former Longhorn Quarry, was developed by Gordon Hartman, a former homebuilder from San Antonio. He said his daughter, Morgan, who deals with cognitive and physical challenges, inspired creation of the park.

Non-profit Morgan’s Wonderland is the first theme park of its [...]

The San Antonio Missions

On July 5, 2015, the World Heritage Committee inscribed San Antonio’s five Spanish colonial Missions on the World Heritage List. From 1718 to 1731, priests of the Franciscan Order established the San Antonio Missions. The Spanish government and the Catholic Church sent priests to Texas (then part of New Spain) to settle and protect territory claimed by the Spanish Crown. No permanent Spanish settlements existed in the area prior to the construction of the Missions. The priests were responsible [...]

Mission San Juan Capistrano

9101 Graf Rd, San Antonio, TX 78214
(210) 534-0749
https://www.nps.gov/saan/planyourvisit/sanjuan.htm

The Mission
The first primitive capilla (chapel) was built out of brush and mud. Eventually a campanile, or “bell tower” containing two bells was incorporated into the structure, which was replaced by a long granary with a flat roof and an attractive belfry around 1756.In around 1760 construction of a larger church building begun on the east side of the Mission compound, but was never completed due to the lack [...]

Original Mexican Restaurant

528 Riverwalk San Antonio, TX 78205
210-224-9951
http://www.originalmexican.com

 

Located in the heart of the San Antonio RiverWalk, the Original Mexican Restaurant is inspired by the exciting and traditional flavors of Old Mexico cuisine. Moreover, the Restaurant is in the middle of the excitement when the City’s major annual events roll around. Namely Fiesta, Spurs Games, the Battle of Flowers Parade, the Fiesta Flambeau, major conventions at the nearby Convention Center and the Alamodome.

In 1969, David Straus turned 19th Century historic [...]

Narrated River Walk Tours Prices

General Narrated Cruise
$12 00
Ages 6 -59

Local Resident Narrated Cruise
$10 00
Valid ID showing local residency is required when using the ticket.

Senior Narrated Cruise
$9 00
Age 60 +

Child Narrated Cruise
$6 00
Ages 1 – 5

Military Narrated Cruise
$9 00
Please have your military I.D with you when purchasing your ticket.
Cruise Tips
Begins at 10am

Wear sunglasses and a hat

Cruises depart rain or shine

All River Walk Boats are Handicap Accessible

Judy’s Food To Go

 108 Soledad St, San Antonio, TX 78205
(210) 223-3923

**River Walk Guide Recommended

We will be getting more information on this amazing little place soon. However in the meantime, go try it for yourself and see why this place is so amazing. For locals in the area Judy’s offers fresh fruits, and hefty servings of breakfast, and lunch that will not break your wallet. Best of all, it’s really damn good food.

 

 

Schilo’s Deli

424 E. Commerce (78205)
(210) 223-6692
http://www.schilos.com

A San Antonio institution, this authentic German deli in the heart of downtown has been serving business people and tourists alike since 1917. Known for its delicious deli fare of corned beef, chicken salad, Reubens and braunschweiger sandwiches, this is an excellent place to stop in for lunch or dinner. Don’t forget to wash your meal down with some of the special Schilo’s root beer or top it off with the signature cherry [...]