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The history-rich scenery and natural beauty of San Antonio, TX are just a few of the things that make this city so special. We mapped out the top three activities and attractions to do and see on your next visit to the Alamo City.
San Antonio River Walk
The San Antonio River Walk is the heart and soul of the city. Wander down cypress tree-lined pathways and stone bridges alongside the San Antonio River to access the cities' top attractions, restaurants, markets, and sights such as The Museum Reach, a mile-long stretch of visual and audiovisual artwork.
Natural Bridge Caverns & Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch
Explore some of the nation's largest known caves at the Natural Bridge Caverns! Named for the 60-foot long natural limestone slab bridge at the entrance to the cavern, visitors can enjoy a variety of activities such as panning for gems, fossils, and other treasures among massive formations in the earth like a real miner.
Afterward, head next door to the Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch and drive through 400-acres of ostriches, zebras, giraffes, and buffalo on a natural safari park. See more than 500 exotic creatures from all corners of the world, right on the outskirts of San Antonio!
The Alamo is a mainstay of iconic Western architecture landmarking the rich Texan history that attracts more than 2.5 million visitors every year. Admission is free, so book an informational tour or attend an upcoming event to get the full Alamo experience!
The Starlight community, Hallies Ranch, is located just Northeast of San Antonio, making it a less than 30-minute commute to the city. Contact a New Home Sales Consultant today to learn more about the benefits of owning a Starlight home in the San Antonio area!