An Unforgettable Summer in San Antonio
With 300 days of sunshine a year, San Antonio is no stranger to outdoor fun. So if you’re looking for an unforgettable getaway, come to the place that practices for summer all year long. Here, you can enjoy The River Walk
, theme parks
and tons of outdoor attractions
in the perfect summer destination.
There are thousands of fun summer events and attractions in San Antonio. Here are just a few of our favorites.
Now's the time to plan for a week or a weekend getaway.
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Splashtown San Antonio Opens for 2015 Season: May 2
Enjoy 20 acres of cool, clean water excitement just three minutes north of downtown.
Batman™: the Ride Opens at Six Flags Fiesta Texas: May 23
Experience one-of-a-kind thrills on this 4D Free Fly Coaster loaded with special effects.
Pacific Point Preserve Opens at SeaWorld San Antonio: May 23
Celebrate sea lions and their antics with up-close views of these famously fun animals.
San Antonio Summer Art & Jazz Festival: June 5-7
Discover amazing jazz, beautiful arts and crafts and plenty of delicious food at this free three-day event.
The DoSeum Grand Opening: June 6
Explore our new children’s museum, where fun activities trigger critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Texas Folklife Festival: June 13-14
Learn about the state’s cultural history at this three-day event featuring the food, music, dance and crafts of more than 40 ethnic groups.
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Budget-Friendly Summer Fun
San Antonio was recently named the third most budget friendly city in the country. Peruse local museums, walk through a Japanese tea garden, tour the Alamo and more, all for free.
Cool Indoor Fun for Families
Enjoy the warmth of the sun, then head inside to see some art, play laser tag, catch a movie or explore the largest cavern in the state.
Learn how to find the most refreshing treats around San Antonio. It’s easy if you know what to look for, like raspas, palettas and, of course, margaritas of all sizes and colors.
After seeing the sights during the day, check out entirely new ones at night. Watch a concert under the stars, take a ghost tour or have some old-school fun at a drive-in theater.
Summer Swimming Holes
San Antonio is full of places to get your feet wet, from the pool at your hotel to serene Hill Country resorts to theme parks full of water slides and wave pools.
With our cities multiple art museums, unique mix of cultures and nearly 300 years of history, you’ll learn something new around every corner.
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