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Alamo Plaza

San Antonio, TX
+1 210-207-0035
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Reviewed yesterday

If you haven't seen the Alamo, you will be surprised at how small it is. The grounds are beautifully maintained and, I found, more interesting than the building itself, which began life as a mission.

Thank tsmada
Reviewed 2 days ago

Walk around and read plaques. You will learn a little about the history of the area. I was surprised at what a German influence there is in the area.

Thank Chelsea G
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is for all you history buffs out there. Want a real taste of southern Texas? You have to go to the Alamo. There is much to learn and get a real sense of what this part of Texas was really like.

Thank Dianne75645
Reviewed 1 week ago

We walked to the plaza after having supper on the river walk, so the lights on the front were great. A very busy place with the warm weather in the evening. Horse drawn carriages are available, all lite up very nicely, so of course, we...More

Thank MARK S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lots of stuff in gift shop and very pretty grounds. All Wheelchair accessible.I enjoyed the squirrels a lot.

Thank Peter L
Reviewed 1 week ago

Benches and low limestone walls for sitting. Massive Live Oak trees provide shade. The Alamo, the Visitor Center/Gift Shop, The Long Barracks and the Library Building (which now houses the "Jim Bowie: Man, Knife, Legend" exhibit are all within its grounds.

Thank Lisa B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

After walking the Alamo it was unique to stand in front in the plaza and take in the experience. The one detractor is the amount of people visiting the park. Consequently, it is recommended to arrive early in the morning before its opening or late...More

Thank JDSoui
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Had fun watching people walk around in the Plaza. Across the street from a lot of shops and a convenient stepping off point for the Riverfront.

Thank Mark K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This area is a step back in time when you are visiting the San Antonio Riverwalk! Just steps away, and you step back in time!

Thank Brandi T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited the Alamo and Alamo Plaza. Its a sad historic place to visit. First, so many people died. Secondly, it shows how Mexico- US relations have been an issue for quite a while. Its an iconic landmark to visit and one will always say...More

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26 March 2015|
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Response from BradyAllen | Reviewed this property |
I parked at Rivercenter Mall - $4 1st hr, $18 max, right by Riverwalk, short walk to Alamo - also shopping, movies at mall.