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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is the historical place that most of us would have to visit whenever we are in town, even for the 1st time. It’s open daily from 9am to 5:30pm. It is located in the center of San Antonio and the most visit historic landmark in Texas. It’s known as the Alamo Mission. There is no admission fee, and pay parking is in the nearby area. Highly recommended.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I sometimes worry that really famous sites might be disappointing but the Alamo is very much worth a few hours of your time. Take the one-hour guided tour at the start of your visit - it’s worth the price. The grounds in back of the iconic front of the Alamo are fun to stroll. Don’t miss the History Channel video near the rear of the grounds which brings to life the events that made the Alamo a Texas and national treasure.

Thank Joelaustin7
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is a nice historic place that still has some good stories to tell. We did not take the guided tour as there were hundreds of kids there on a field trip. I would recommend taking the tour for the most out of the visit.

Thank adprochris222
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A must pilgrimage for all real Texans. People from all over the world come to pay tribute to courage and honor. The plaza is soon to be upgraded. Remember the Alamo.

Thank BigTex62
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Really great to see in person and learn all the history. The grounds are gorgeous. A bucket list for all ages.

Thank jaimelovebug
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

At first, the line looked super long on a hot day and we weren’t going to wait. But I’m glad we did. The line went by really fast and it was very interesting to walk through. Plus it was free and there were a couple cool buildings to go into. We had a stroller and there were a few small flights of stairs (like 3 or 4 stairs) but it was easy to get the stroller through. There were even demonstration by people dressed in the time period that would be interesting to older kids.

Thank danielleboard
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Come on, it's the Alamo! Everyone should get a chance to check it out. The area is very well maintained, as is the building itself. Docents were available to ask questions and we never felt rushed through. The line moves quickly, if there is a line.

Thank chrisfesl
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Reviewed 2 days ago

this was a tick on my bucket list ,,, and I was not disappointed, there was so much to see, loads of information available,,, actors and story tellers who brought it to life, and all for free,,,

Thank Miss-gg101
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Well maintained and so informative. Lovely grounds, lots of volunteers around to answer questions. Highly recommend. Remembrance is important and it valued in this place.

Thank jerrey
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Reviewed 3 days ago

More remains than just the stone front of what is now called The Alamo. You have options of a guided tour, audio tour or just walk yourself around and read the historical significance that this piece of real estate played in our county's beginning. The displays in the buildings that have been preserved are well done.

Thank Garron R
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