What a find this little spot is! Although surrounded by the lights of the city, this planetarium and observatory captures the ... More
What a find this little spot is! Although surrounded by the lights of the city, this planetarium and observatory captures the vast Texas sky and all its beauty, delivering it to the imagination of visitors. The planetarium's star projection show delights and fascinates children of all ages with its breathtaking images and its easy-to-follow narration. Then, the observatory opens and offers a glimpse of space and all its mysteries; weather permitting, of course.
If you've been to the IMAX of have seen 3-D/4D shows, DO NOT GO HERE!!! For SAC students, it's alrite coz it's free with a student ID. However, as a student... I WAS SOOO DISAPPOINTED! It reminded me of taking a trip to the planetarium when i was in elementary school. The only thing nice there is the replica of the stars as you sit back. But the shows/presentation... POOOOOR EFFECTS! They need to modernize their presentations. I took my girl here with me for the first time.... NO POINTS AT ALL! hahaha. For a cheap thrill, ok go. But be prepared to snooze!
I find it funny that san antonio is tagged as a city but its more of a town for me, everything they have are in miniture versions.
Best place I found was this planetarium, worst part about it is that many of its own students and residents dont' even know what they got right in the middle of its own town.
take a date even if its with kids over years old. you will all love it.
Located in the heart of downtown San Antonio, across from Travis Park, this beautiful church was home to the first
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33 acres of lush foliage and colorful blooms beg to be appreciated. A wonderful attraction often overlooked by visitors, the
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Originally the Mission San Antonio del Valero, the Alamo is by far the most famous historical site in Texas, playing
a significant role in Texas' quest for independence from Mexico. Under the command of Col. William Travis, 189 Texan ...