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Discovering San Antonio

WHY SAN ANTONIO WILL BE THE NEXT SHINING STAR OF TEXAS San Antonio's development is successful across all sectors of the community ARTS & HISTORY & FOOD & PLANNING & ENTERTAINMENT CULTURE DRINK OUTREACH MARKET SQUARE THE ALAMO CATHEDRAL Largest Mexican market & top 10 outdoor U.S. market Texas' most toured monument with 2.5 million visitors/year Waves of Built as a Spanish Sight of historic 13 day siege during Texas Revolution Mexican market Transformed into Becomes Mexican established in European & Chinese pedestrian mall with mission to educate military fortress present day immigrants open ornamental street Native Americans lights, native trees, & an indoor market location stores and from Mexico restaurants LA VILLITA KING WILLIAM HISTORIC ARTS DISTRICT HISTORIC DISTRICT Artist market & center for teaching regional arts/crafts European architectural neighborhood 1809: 1 of 4 1860's: Wealthy Originally a Native American 1939: Established as 1972: Registered as 79 historic neighborhoods the Historic Arts German settlers a National Historic structures within settlement forming the town Village, promoting move into area District just 22 blocks ter becomes friendship between the known as "sauerkraut San Antonio U.S. and all bend" other nations in the Western Hemisphere THE MISSIONS NATIONAL THE RIVER WALK HISTORIC PARK U.S.'s largest collection of Spanish colonial architecture The American Venice 1690: Mission 1983: Opens as a Accessible from 8 mi. 5 mile network of 1930's project Restaurants, nightclubs, Espada, 1st of 4 pathways and pavilions around National Historic stretch of San during the Great shops, & theme parks missions is built Antonio river known Depression laid Cobblestone along Park are accessible by as Mission Reach San Antonio River foot or by boat walkway and stairs LOCALS AND TOURISTS ALIKE ENJOY THE FRUITS OF URBAN REDEVELOPMENT THE PEARL DISTRICT BLUE STAR ARTS COMPLEX Dining, shopping, farmer's market, and event center committed to sustainable practices Creative space for apartments, restaurants, theatres, & studios CLOSED 1881: The Pearl 2001: Brewery Culinary Institute of 1986: Ice and Cold Launches the 1996: Blue Star closes down and America campus storage complex Contemporary Art Month every opens as San Brewing Company helps lead city-wide foodie craze Antonio's first pedestrian friendly converted into opens San Antonio's brewery redevelopment Contemporary March first brewpub begins Art Center SẢN ANTONIO BOTANICAL GARDENS SAN ANTONIO MUSEUM OF ART (S AMOFA) Southwestern & tropical plant display garden hosts live music/movies Collection of Latin American, Asian, Mediterranean, & Contemporary art spanning 5,000+ years COMMUNITY GARDEN 1980: 38-acre 1988: Futuristic glass Native trails 1981: $7.2 million 2005: 15,000 2009: Museum garden opens on conservatory houses and conservation renovation of sq. ft. addition Reach of the site of abandoned exotic plants from techniques encourage abandoned, historic makes SAMofA Riverwalk connects waterworks around the world community gardening Lone Star Brewery largest center museum to property throughout city for Asian art in pedestrian pathway the Southwest HOMETOWN HEROES ARE HERE TO LEND A HAND CHOOSE DOT210 SAN ANTONIO SAN ANTONIO DEEP. IN THE HEART. SAN ANTONIO choosesa.org do210.com visitsanantonio.com - Non-profit that promotes the Discover and vote on your - Read reviews for events, new virtues of life in San Antonio through favorite happy hours, concerts, and restaurants, & city tours outreach, education, and curated events special events -Latest trends in nightlife & community events keep locals & visitors up to date - Add your event to the Do210 network Programming events at art festivals, design/technology centers, & to share it with the community content development - Register for free giveaways, tickets, and prizes VISIT ihg.com/sanantonio getcreativesanantonio.com/ExploreSanAntonio/MarketSquare/HistoryCulture.aspx visitsanantonio.com/Browse-Book/Shopping/Market-square-el-mercado-(1) thealamo.org/visit/index.html en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alamo_Mission_in_San_Antonio planetware.com/tourist-attractions-/san-antonio-us-tx-sa.htm thesanantonioriverwalk.com/directory/la-villita-historic-arts-village1 sanantonio.gov/historic/Districts/King_William.aspx tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/ghk01 sanantonioriver.org/mission_reach/mission_reach.php riverwalkguide.com vacationsmadeeasy.com/SanAntonioTX/articles/SanAntonioCityFactsHistoryandPopulation.html atpearl.com/food tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/dipgx bluestarartscomplex.com/history/ sabot.org/the-garden/mission-and-history visitsanantonio.com/Browse-Book/Attractions/San-Antonio-Museum-of-Art HG InterContinental Hotels Group DEVELOPED BY N NOWSOURCING choosesa.org sanantonioedf.com/saedf therivardreport.com/cybersecurity-cluster-emerges-at-port-san-antonio

Discovering San Antonio

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Millions of people flock to San Antonio each year to visit The Alamo, but did you know there's other stuff to do in San Antonio? Learn more from this infographic.

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