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It was interesting to see the original size of the quarters. The interior was not grand as we expected but the history of improvements and timeline were well set out and included a map of room order in which to follow. The courtyard was shaded...More
This house was the first Spanish military commanders house. It’s a cool small historic site with a well laid out self guided tour. It won’t take long to go through and the historic lesson was well laid out. It was nice to see a small...More
The cost is only $5 ($3 seniors) so it's not expensive if you're into history. It's a small place with about 9-10 rooms sparsely furnished. The garden outside was more impressive to me. But, if you happen to be walking by it may be worth...More
This is the last remaining building of the 18th-century San Antonio Presidio. While the front part of the building is original, the rest of it was added years later. Even so, it's a cool look at what Spanish colonial life was like. It's rather small,...More
This may be one of the more underrated attractions in San Antonio. Located south of the Alamo, near the county courthouse, and fronting on a nice little plaza, this building is on the site of one of the oldest buildings in San Antonio and although...More
Near the Main Plaza and San Fernando Cathedral is this little gem of a museum. The Spanish Governor's Palace is a small attraction that has loads of historic significance and details that is just fun to walk through. And the gardens are absolutely beautiful! It...More
There is no parking for the palace. We parked at the market square and walked the the 2-3 blocks to get there. It costs about $8-10 dollars to park there but it is a central location to everything. You can walk to everything... More
There is no parking for the palace. We parked at the market square and walked the the 2-3 blocks to get there. It costs about $8-10 dollars to park there but it is a central location to everything. You can walk to everything from that parking lot.