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Bexar County Courthouse

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Beautifully designed courthouse built in 1891.
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Reviewed December 19, 2016

San Antonio is still conducting Civil cases in this beautiful building. During voting it is done in the basemen here. At Christmas it is decorated in white lights that outline the building. You can see the signs on the building that show what the prior...More

Thank Rebekah78205
Reviewed December 7, 2016

The courthouse has become more accommodating over the years. As I dragged in everyone I met had a positive attitude. Honorable Ron Rangel made us laugh with well-rehearsed stories that correlated to our duties and they even have a digital library for the Jurors. What...More

Thank 4ElevenTechs
Reviewed November 19, 2016

This building has been around a long time and it shows. Be aware if you plan to go inside do not carry anything that says "Tactical" on it because you will not be allowed in. I was carrying a small flashlight that said that on...More

Thank raulcQ557SU
Reviewed November 19, 2016

Beautiful red brick building built in the style of the 1800's. Architecturally very interesting. Part of a square/plaza that includes the beautiful Catholic Cathedral. Worth a visit to study the outside architecture.

Thank Chinapjs
Reviewed November 1, 2016

The old courthouse is the largest and oldest continuously operating historic courthouse in Texas designed in Romanesque style by James Riely Gordon distinguish itself from all the other buildings because of the dark orange reddish color is located across from the Main plaza where the...More

Thank patriciavflores
Reviewed October 19, 2016

This is a beautiful area of downtown and not far from the river walk. Parking can be tricky at times but worth it. There is a family park not to far from the courthouse. I recommend taking an afternoon to explore. Bring cash for parking

Thank HollyCatanzaro
Reviewed October 17, 2016

The Hidalgo Foundation has renovated parts of the Bexar County Courthouse making it a bit of a museum and a courthouse. Cases are still heard here, but the details of the interior make it a great place to stop and look around when visiting San...More

Thank Cusenbary
Reviewed October 4, 2016

It is very confusing to get around. Thank goodness our attorney met us and guided us. The courthouse is very clean.

Thank Jeanne S
Reviewed September 26, 2016

Jury duty is exactly that...our service to our community. We were promised 90 minutes for lunch, but I was selected to a jury selection right before lunchtime. The bailiff decided to give us only 45 mins for lunch (Booo!) so our only option was to...More

Thank Jeremy W
Reviewed September 12, 2016

My work is courthouse research throughout the State of Texas, so I have seen many. The Bexar County Courthouse and Justice Center are connected by a basement tunnel. Many of the offices you would think should be located within close proximity to one another are...More

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