Perhaps one of the best ways to see downtown San Antonio, you will be guided through the city’s most attractive places by some of San Antonio’s most entertaining and knowledgable tour guides.
The Segway is super fun and easy to ride. After just a few short minutes of training, you’ll be feeling confident to take it out on the streets and just about anyone from teenagers through grandparents can enjoy the thrill of being balanced on one of these incredible machines.
A wide range of tours are offered for all interest levels. The most comprehensive tour will take you everywhere from the theater district to Main Plaza, the Riverwalk to the gorgeous King William neighborhood, La Villita to Hemisfair Park and of course, all tours will leave you remembering the Alamo with a very wonderful perspective. For those who want to just experience the Segway without having a narrative of the city, you’ll be able to take the 1 hour ‘Ride It’ Tour where you’ll go to open spaces to really enjoy the Segway.
Don’t forget too that there is also a very special Segway Ghost Tour, which is different to any other ghost tour in town. Instead of just recounting stories from the past, you’ll receive a modern day, first hand account of things that go on inside some of the Alamo City’s most notoriously spooky places on a regular basis!
So stop reading, and get riding!
The Majestic Theatre and Charline McCombs Theatre are San Antonio’s premier performing arts facilities featuring Broadway shows, concerts, comedians and other live events.
The Historic Majestic Theatre is located at 224 E. Houston Street in the heart of downtown San Antonio, Texas. Built in 1929 by John Eberson for Interstate Theatres, the Majestic was intended to be the most modern building in South Texas and was the first in the state to be totally air-conditioned. The Majestic remains one of the finest examples of atmospheric theatres ever built, receiving National Historic Landmark status in 1993. Purchased in 1988 by the City of San Antonio, the theatre was renovated in 1989 at a cost of $15 million, and shortly after, in 1996, the stage was expanded, allowing the theatre to accommodate major Broadway musicals. Since 1989, the Majestic has hosted over 5 million patrons, all at no cost to taxpayers. Address: 224 E. Houston St, San Antonio, Texas 78205
The Charline McCombs Empire Theatre was built in 1913 on the site of the former Rische's Opera House in downtown San Antonio, Texas. Designed in the style of a European palazzo by architects Mauran, Russell & Crow of St. Louis, the Empire operated as a vaudeville house and then a motion picture theatre. The Empire's grandeur was prematurely concealed by inappropriate repairs to extensive flood damage in 1921. After a long, slow decline, the vaudeville house, turned B-run movie theatre, closed its doors in 1978. Address: 226 N. St. Mary’s Street, San Antonio, Texas 78205
Splashtown San Antonio is 20 landscaped acres of cool, clean water excitement!
Just 3 minutes north of downtown San Antonio, our Family Waterpark has something fun for everyone!!!
Family-friendly chain offering a sports-bar-style setting for American food & arcade games.
The new Tobin Center for the Performing Arts brings an eclectic mix of arts and music to the increasingly dynamic downtown San Antonio area. The Tobin Center combines modern design and historic architecture, preserving and incorporating the original facade of the historic Municipal Auditorium into the new additions. Patrons can enjoy performances in the state-of-the-art 1,759-seat performance hall, as well as the 250-seat studio theater, and the outdoor performance plaza that connects to the famous River Walk. The Tobin Center is the new home to the San Antonio Symphony, Ballet San Antonio, Opera San Antonio, The Children's Chorus of San Antonio and more.
From Shamu to dolphins, sharks, seals, sea lions and much more, SeaWorld San Antonio is the world's largest marine life park!
After hanging out with Shamu or watching one of Sea World's shows, head over to the roller-coaster action with the Great White, which is Texas' first inverted steel roller-coaster or the Steel Eel for a bout of weightlessness. To cool off, ride Journey to Atlantis which is part roller-coaster, part water ride or dip into the Lost Lagoon.
Directions: 16 miles northwest of downtown San Antonio at Ellison Drive and Westover Hills Boulevard, off State Highway 151.
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