This former home of Jose Antonio Navarro is now one of the best, but least known, gems of the city's history. Navarro was ... More
Casa Navarro State Historic Site
This former home of Jose Antonio Navarro is now one of the best, but least known, gems of the city's history. Navarro was a prominent rancher and statesman and was one of only two native Texans of Mexican nationality to sign Texas' declaration of independence from Mexico. Built in 1848, the home was preserved by the San Antonio Conservation Society and now operates as a small museum conducting informative, interactive tours. Special activities are available for children as well.
The cornerstone of St. Mark's was laid in 1859, but the onset of the Civil War delayed construction. Work resumed
in 1873 and the first service was held on Easter Sunday in 1875. An interesting note about St. Mark's ...
The O'Brien Hotel, an Ascend Collection hotel is conveniently located just one block from the world famous San Antonio River
Walk. This hotel is only steps from the Alamo museum, La Villita Historic Arts Village and Historic Market Square, ...
The San Antonio Central Library (also known as the "red enchilada") is a modern addition to this old town. It
was completed in 1995, at which time there was much controversy over the building color. With vibrant purple and ...
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