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Tower of the Americas
Observation Decks & Towers, Architectural Buildings, Civic Centers
The Driskill
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites
Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center
Symphonies, Architectural Buildings
Texas State Capitol
Government Buildings, Historic Sites, Architectural Buildings
Historic Downtown McKinney
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Top O'Hill Terrace
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Tower Station and U-Drop Inn Cafe
Observation Decks & Towers, Points of Interest & Landmarks
The Alamo
Historic Sites, History Museums
Top O'Hill Terrace
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
The Grove
Ghost Towns, Historic Sites
National Ranching Heritage Center
History Museums, Historic Sites
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Mission San Jose San Antonio
Adjacent to the mission is the historical park’s large, excellent visitor center that offers free Ranger Guided tours which introduce one to the purpose, design and life at a mission and highlights the features of...
With mass, the video, and a guided tour, we were there for 3 hours and enjoyed every minute, very interesting and relaxing, peaceful.
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Mission Concepcion is the closest to downtown San Antonio, about 3 miles (4.8k), of the four missions preserved by the San Antonio Missions National Historic Park and it is one of the two most impressive, Mission...
This mission still has the original frescos, and you must visit the exhibit at the church that features four locals speaking about their lives and connections to the mission.
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Mission Espada San Antonio
Thanks to the remoteness, Mission Espada and Mission San Juan (the nearest mission to Mission Espada) are quieter and less crowded than the other 3 missions (Alamo, Mission Concepcion, Mission San Jose), offering...
Like the rest of the missions, you can relive history walking through the ruins, and visiting the different rooms, classrooms, and chapel that are still intact at the Missions.
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Mission San Juan San Antonio
For those travelling on public transport, Mission San Juan is conveniently served by bus 40 from the Alamo via Mission Concepcion and Mission San Jose every 30 minutes, 7 days a week.
There is an active church on the site which is very narrow but contains a very beautifully decorated altar backdrop.
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