Should you wish to come ear­ly or extend your stay fol­low­ing The Exchange 2023, here are some of the top attrac­tions in San Anto­nio, TX.

The Alamo

300 Alamo Plaza, San Anto­nio, TX 78205

Fea­tur­ing inter­ac­tive tours, exhibits, and a Liv­ing His­to­ry encamp­ment where you can expe­ri­ence and learn more about fron­tier life in ear­ly Texas, vis­it the Alamo to watch demon­stra­tions, and get your hands on history.

Tow­er of the Amer­i­c­as

739 E. César Chávez Blvd., San Anto­nio, TX 78205

Spec­tac­u­lar sights. Award-win­ning din­ing. And, sky-high views. Vis­it the Tow­er of the Amer­i­c­as in the heart of down­town San Anto­nio for an attrac­tion that boasts a panoram­ic view. 

Texas Hill Coun­try Wine Region

The largest viti­cul­tur­al area in Texas and the sec­ond-largest in the U.S. The region begins just north of San Anto­nio, where winer­ies are tucked amid the his­toric towns, rus­tic farms, and rolling hills of the Texas Hill Coun­try. Plan your vis­it here.

The Riv­er Walk

849 E Com­merce St, San Anto­nio, TX 78205

Sight­see­ing, shop­ping, food, and fun. All on a world-renowned 15-mile urban water­way. The Riv­er Walk, or Paseo del Rio, is a San Anto­nio trea­sure and the largest urban ecosys­tem in the nation. 


711 Navar­ro, Suite 100, San Anto­nio, TX 78205

Hop­scotch is a unique­ly curat­ed, per­ma­nent 20,000 square-foot art gallery which fea­tures 14 dis­tinc­tive immer­sive and inter­ac­tive instal­la­tions from more than 40 local, nation­al, and inter­na­tion­al artists.


306 Pearl Pkwy #101, San Anto­nio, TX 78215

Behind grand illu­mi­nat­ed doors of a ren­o­vat­ed his­tor­i­cal build­ing, Cured serves house made, sus­tain­able char­cu­terie, cured meats, and local­ly sourced pro­duce and seafood from Gulf suppliers.