Welcome to a peek into the past of San Antonio. This charming district, which was originally a farmland, is located on the ... More
King William Historic District
Welcome to a peek into the past of San Antonio. This charming district, which was originally a farmland, is located on the eastern side of San Antonio River and has found a place in the National Register of Historic Places. A few buildings including The Guenther House and The Edward Steves Homestead are open to public. The Guenther House houses a restaurant, museum and a store while The Steves Homestead is a museum. Self guided walking tours can be taken so that you can leisurely stroll along the pretty lanes, drop into a restaurant or an art gallery as and when you want to. Several events like King William Fair and Spring Garden Tour are conducted during the year.
KIng William came to life with the "Walks" people. So, we took their Public History Tour, even better, it was simply outstanding. I recommend both, but if you want something halfway informative about King William, they'd be the best and most informative.
Historical and charming the house and gardens were a great place to visit and they had the best breakfast (the most important meal of the day)to start your day. Great Coffee too. Highly recommend it to anyone visiting San Antonio.
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