300 Alamo Plaza
San Antonio, Texas 78205
Take a historical ghost tour through San Antonio and revisit the past. Listen to ghost stories that will make you spine tingling. Explore history and legend. Come and experience the paranormal. You will be brought to haunted locations and presented with history, legend, as well as folklore attached to each site. Learn about paranormal investigations, different types of hauntings, and manifestations. Be sure to bring your camera. Book your adventure today. If you dare…
300 Alamo Plaza
Taste This Culinary & Craft Brewery Tours
Unlock the city’s most interesting neighborhoods by exploring their culinary delights. From food trucks to fine dining. You’ll experience delectable food from one of a kind local eateries, drink local craft beer, and enjoy an insider’s view into the culture, history, and architecture that define San Antonio.
We aim to create tours which are fun, delicious , and cultivate an appreciation for local food and culture. Sip and savor your way on a “culinary or craft brewery tour”. Our experiences leave you with new culinary perspectives, big smiles, and satisfied taste buds.
All tours are led by experienced guides and include the use of a recumbent tricycle (solo or tandem), safety helmet, and radio intercom system.
If you’d prefer to use your own bike, or to rent a conventional bike, discounts are available.
Our goal is to operate in a low-impact fashion – except in exceptional circumstances, we transport our bikes and ancillary gear on a trailer pulled by a tricycle. Though we haven’t calculated our actual miles per taco, we think that utility cycling beats burning gas any day!
In recognition of Hugman’s vision for the River Walk, the City of San Antonio has installed more than fifty bronze plaques identifying original Hugman-designed features. The bronze plaque replicates the architectural seal used on Hugman’s original drawings. We invite you to explore San Antonio’s River Walk using this Historic Hugman River Walk Tour complete with text by renowned San Antonio historian Lewis Fisher and historic photos. Get lost in the history of Hugman’s River Walk…and enjoy your discovery!
The Hugman Architectural Tour is unique in the fact that we have broken down the tour into three types:
A self tour (available only on mobile smart phones) , an audio tour, and a Walking tour (available only on mobile smart phones).
Each tour consists of great ways to enhance the experience.
Join us for a walk through the shadows of beautiful downtown San Antonio, where nature, love, lust, and greed have created a history of violent death and troubled spirits unable to settle.
Your expert guide will share stories from both past and present times. Learn why La Llorona wails along the San Antonio River, why the sound of a rattlesnake chills the blood, how the famous pirate Jean Lafitte spent his last days in Texas, and many other fascinating stories of lore and legend.
Our tour lasts approximately 90 minutes and is an easy walk of less than one mile with frequent stops along the way.Our tour ends at the Alamo where unmarked graves lay just beneath your feet.
The Ghosts & Legends of San Antonio is the perfect choice for night time family entertainment!
“… especially worthwhile”
The New York Times
7:00 & 9:00
Duration: 90 minutes [...]
124 Losoya St
San Antonio, TX 78205
Our three-hour guided Segway tour of San Antonio is a wonderful way to take in the city’s greatest attractions. See the Alamo, the King William Historic District, La Villita Historic Arts Villiage, Hemisfair Park, and many other sights along our 7.5 mile trail while experiencing the fun of a self-balancing, battery propelled Segway HT!
300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 225-1391 |Fax: (210) 354-3602
One of the most iconic buildings in the world, The Alamo is an experience you will never forget. The Alamo Mission in San Antonio, commonly called “The Alamo”, was originally known as the Mission San Antonio de Valero. It is a former Roman Catholic mission and fortress compound, and the site of the Battle of the Alamo in 1836.
Admission to the Alamo is free. Operation of the Alamo and its educational programming are funded by private donations and sales at the Alamo Gift Shop. Help keep the Alamo free by making a donation today.
Hours of Operation
The Alamo is open every day of the year, except Christmas Eve and Christmas Day from 9:00 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. During the summer months of June, July and August, the Alamo is open until 7 P.M.
Monday thru Sunday – 9:00 am – 5:30 [...]