The museum was busy at the time of my visit - a testament to the genuine interest in the history of the USA and the state of Texas held by many US citizens. The events leading up to the final battle were adequately documented together with the history of the mission. I liked the museum in the Long Barracks - very well presented exhibits. The gardens were immaculate and the souvenir shop - probably the busiest in San Antonio was well stocked although prices were a bit high for some goods.
Reading through the list of Heroes of the Alamo made it clear that men of many nationalities were involved in this particular fight for freedom - just like today.
Worth a visit if in the area.
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