It has been 18-20 years since I visited the Alamo. It seems lots of improvements have been made. It is free to visit and you can either tour on your own or do an audio tour. There are many signs throughout telling history and timeline...More
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A must see when in San Antonio. We toured by day and walked to the plaza in the evening. Standing on a spot of true history and bravery is mellowing. Walking through if free so take your time and enjoy
They do such a great job at the Alamo. The live reenactments and storytelling is amazing and worth adding to your itinerary. All of the staff and volunteers work hard to give visitors a great experience.
This was a very interesting place and learned so much about the Alamo that we went ahead and enjoyed the Imax movie, The Alamo.
The Alamo, while larger than life in terms of history is actually a small missionary. However, the history and beautiful architecture and landscape make it a great tourist stop. It is free, only guided tours require a fee. For anyone who is not familiar with...More
That is really a must place to visit in San Antonio due to the history it envolves. I recommend you read something about the The Alamo siege or watch the movie on netfilx :) I thought I would find a little more from the original...More
It is almost surreal to come up the stairs from the Riverwalk to see the Alamo. Many storied buildings, streets bustling with cars and buses and the noise of the city make one take a second glance and realize that yes, this small building saw...More