San Antonio Links to Sightseeing & Entertainment


The conference will be located in the central downtown River Walk area of San Antonio. The San Antonio River Walk (external link) is a public park open 365 days a year, lined with great restaurants, hotel, attractions and more.

Restaurants:



Historic sites and Missions:

  • The Alamo (external link): Originally named Misión San Antonio de Valero, the Alamo served as home to missionaries and their Indian converts for nearly seventy years... 300 Alamo Plaza. San Antonio (0.5mi)
  • Institute of Texan Cultures (external link) (excursion destination): 801 S Bowie St. San Antonio, TX 78205 (0.5mi). (210) 458-2300
  • San Antonio Missions National Historical Park (external link) headquaters: 2202 Roosevelt Avenue (4.8mi).
  • Mission Concepcion: 807 Mission Road (4.2mi)
  • Mission San Jose: 6701 San José Drive (6.0mi)
  • Mission San Juan: 9101 Graf Road (8.3mi)
  • Mission Espada: 10040 Espada Road (11.4mi)

Other Attractions:

  • Tower of the Americas (external link): A 750-foot tall tower with observation deck, revolving restaurant and 4-D theater ride. Includes general information, restaurant menu and photographs. 600 Hemisfair Plaza Way. San Antonio, TX 78205-3204. (210) 223-3101
  • Rivercenter mall (external link): 849 East Commerce Street. San Antonio, TX 78205-3900 (0.2mi). (210) 225-0689

More local information


See the official vacation and visitor information (external link) website where you can find several things to do (external link), shopping (external link) information, restaurants (external link), etc.

We also recommend you to stop by the San Antonio Visitor Center (external link) located between the Alamo and River Walk (317 Alamo Plaza, open 9am-5pm seven days a week). Or visit this web page (external link) to read some valuable information to plan your visit ahead of time (maps, itineraries, calendar, weather, advices, etc).



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