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There was a film you could watch and paid audio tours. I liked that it was free to roam on your own. We went at 5pm on a Thursday and it wasn't too busy. There were standard paid photographers ruining the entrance with their red...More
This can be a bucket list item or a once in a lifetime visit but you should visit the Alamo if you have the opportunity. There are not many significant historical places in the US. So if you get the chance check it out and...More
As I said, It was so hot! Not much any one can do being that the Plaza is outside and the temperature was over 100 degrees. But the historical value of this visit is priceless. After all, this is where the fighting actually took place.
The Alamo was one of the things on my bucket list. We took pictures of the outside of the fort and took the self guided tour of the inside. The exhibits were self explanatory and the short video near the back was very informative. Described...More
We went to the Alamo again last month. It’s always a moving experience for native Texans like us. We even had our photo made in front of it this time. Fun!! Every time I tour the Alamo I see something I had t noticed before....More
The Alamo is a must see in San Antonio. This is a quiet place as visitors view the various areas within the Alamo. The grounds are filled with flora and walking paths. Take a few moments to read the story leading up to the battle...More