300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205 Directions
The Alamo is best known as the location of the Battle of the Alamo in 1836, all three hundred years of Alamo history are essential to their story. The Alamo was built as a Roman Catholic mission and fortress complex in the 18th century and is now part of the world heritage site of the San Antonio missions. The museum provides different packages for school groups to help you schedule the trip that best fits your learning goals. The Alamo has the Long Barrack Museum, where you can get the history given by an Alamo Translator, and it taking part in talks about living history. It affords free admission for guided and audio tours.
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Price: Private Tours:
$40 per person 5 - 20 people
After-Hours Tours - $25 per person 20 - 75 people
Group Tours - $20 per person 20 - 30 people
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MISSION SAN JOSE
6701 San Jose Drive, San Antonio, TX 78214 Directions
'Mission San Jose' was founded in 1720 by Fray Antonio Margil de Jesus. It has been preserved so well that it shows tourists how more than 250 years ago missions would have looked. It is the largest of five missions in San Antonio is best known for its rose window. It is lovely and welcoming to the family with a visitor center where you can learn about history. Mission offers a great understanding of where a local church falls into the broader world and mission network. They have self-guided and guided tours.
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SPANISH GOVERNOR'S PALACE
105 Plaza De Armas, San Antonio, TX 78205 Directions
Spanish Governor’s Palace is a landmark of national history in the town of San Antonio. The palace was the main commandant for the military garrison’s captains from 1722 to the early 1800s. The rooms at this palace are decorated with objects from the Spanish Colonial period and featured with the beautifully landscaped courtyard gardens. It has a typical Spanish colonial atmosphere; the courtyard is surrounded by stucco-stoned walls and has an open arched patio. The Presidio San Antonio de Bexar’s last visible trace is the only remaining example of an aristocratic Spanish Colonial townhouse in Texas. It affords free admission for children (under age 7).
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Price: Adult - $5
Seniors (age 60 & up) - $3
Military with ID - $3
Children (ages 7-13) - $3