San Antonio is surrounded by many scenic areas perfect for camping, including Texas Hill Country.
Morgan’s Wonderland was born out of the need to create an inclusive space where all children could have fun, regardless of their disabilities.
SeaWorld also has an amazing collection of rides and rollercoasters for kids who aren’t too enthusiastic about watching animals all day.
Alamo Plaza is home to one of the city’s most popular attractions, The Alamo. The Alamo dates to the early 18th century, and is most known for The Battle of Alamo in 1836.
It offers everything from underground caves to hidden passages and underground chambers. This is a great place to visit if you want to cultivate a sense of wonder in your kids.
The San Antonio River Walk is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the area, which explains the constant stream of visitors. You can always take a river cruise along the River Walk if you’re not up to walking.
Market Square is a fun place to explore with the family. Over 100 local businesses surround the square, including restaurants, galleries, and shops.