This is mostly outdoors so come prepared to endure the weather, be it cold or hot. I believe this was all on one level so I think it is wheel chair friendly. We were here during the holidays in a long line, in light rain and cool weather, but we persevered. We walked through the fortress, church, and garden areas, which were free and by passed the audio, (at a charge) due to the weather. It was worth the wait and we were not disappointed. We are going to take this in again when we go back to Texas, and spend time without the crowds, to study the information that is given. The Alamo is only a few blocks from San Antonio’s Riverwalk and Downtown area, so it's hard to conceive that at one time this was overrun by Santa Anna's Infantry of several thousand or more and around 200 of our American militia men. Such a significant battle was fought here for independence, yet now, it is practically in the center of town; with shops, restaurants, museums, and government offices just across the street. I can't imagine what the men who fought here would think of how it has changed in less than 175 years.
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