What a sight to behold: glass-walled elevators ascend more than 500 feet to the observation deck, providing a panoramic view ... More
Tower of the Americas
What a sight to behold: glass-walled elevators ascend more than 500 feet to the observation deck, providing a panoramic view of the city. Standing a total 750 feet tall, the tower was constructed for HemisFair, the 1968 World's Fair and symbolizes the progress made by the people of the Western Hemisphere. Tower of the Americas is one landmark that you surely can't miss on your trip to San Antonio. This tower is open to public everyday from 10a onwards.
Originally created as the grounds for the 1968 Worlds Fair, this park is a favorite of locals and visitors alike.
Stroll through the park's 12 acres of fountains, pools and beautifully landscaped grounds or cavort on the Downtown All ...
Situated along the San Antonio River and next to Brackenridge Park, this zoo is considered one of the finest in
America, housing more than 3,500 animals representing more than 700 species. The recently renovated "big cat" exhibit draws big ...
The Residence Inn by Marriott Downtown/Market Square is conveniently located off IH 10/35 off the Durango exit, near many area
attractions such as the Riverwalk, Alamo, Market Square, Convention Center, San Antonio Zoo, AT&T Center and Tower of the ...