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South Texas Plains

South Texas Plains

The South Texas Plains region provides a taste of the rich south-of-the-border heritage shared with neighboring Mexico just across the Rio Grande River. The Rio Grande Valley is a popular destination for Winter Texans who escape the cold weather of the Northern states. Home of the Alamo, San Antonio has become one of the top 5 tourism destinations in America with first-class accommodations and attractions for couples, seniors and families alike. Discover the history of the South Texas Plains Region.

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Amazing Mirror Maze in San Antonio

(San Antonio) - Discover the Amazing Mirror Maze in San Antonio, the largest mirror maze in Texas and one the most unique attractions in San Antonio and the Alamo Plaza.

Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum

(San Antonio) - View hundreds of rare animal exhibits, have a drink, eat Texan fare, and browse authentic Texas Ranger pieces at the Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum.

Eagle Pass

(Eagle Pass) - Come to Eagle Pass on the banks of the Rio Grande for shopping, dining, casino gaming, and outdoor fun with an authentic Mexican flavor.

Fiesta® San Antonio - APRIL

(San Antonio) - With almost 3.5 million people attending Fiesta®, it is one of the biggest festivals in the United States, a top three in Texas and the largest in San Antonio. It is held each April to honor the memory of the heroes of the Alamo and the Battle of San Jacinto, celebrating the diverse heritage, culture and spirit that make up the city of San Antonio.

Guinness World Records Museum

(San Antonio) - Explore the Guinness World Records Museum in San Antonio, an amazing attraction full of fantastic feats and outright outlandish oddities from around the world.

Institute of Texan Cultures in San Antonio

(San Antonio) - Discover the dozens of cultures that contributed their heritage and traditions to the Texan identity at the Institute of Texan Cultures in San Antonio.

Laredo

(Laredo) - Experience the best of the border in Laredo, a bustling city that offers a unique culture, intriguing, thriving arts scene, and ample outdoor recreation.

Market Square in San Antonio

(San Antonio) - Market Square in San Antonio is the largest Mexican market in the U.S., with over 100 shops, world-famous Mexican restaurants, and fantastic annual events.

McAllen

(McAllen) - McAllen, in Texas Rio Grande Valley, is noted for its subtropical climate conducive to many outdoor activities. Thousands of Tourists visit each year especially “Winter Texans.” It’s a worldwide destination for birders, nature photographers, and other nature related visitors. McAllen is also a growing city with an increasing cosmopolitan ambiance.

McNay Art Museum

(San Antonio) - Experience an extraordinary fine art collection at the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, featuring a permanent collection of priceless works by renowned masters.

Natural Bridge Caverns

(San Antonio) - Natural Bridge Caverns is so much more than one of the most treasured natural attractions Texas has to offer.

Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch

(San Antonio) - Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch, recognized by the State of Texas as a Land Heritage Property, features over 400 acres of rolling hills, creek beds, where safari trekkers can witness the behavior of over 500 animals from 40 exotic, native and endangered animal species worldwide.

Ripley's Haunted Adventure

(San Antonio) - Face your fears at Ripley's Haunted Adventure in San Antonio, a haunted house in the Alamo Plaza where garish ghouls and things that go bump in the night lurk.

San Antonio Botanical Garden

(San Antonio) - Opened in 1980, the 38-acre San Antonio Botanical Garden is in the heart of urban San Antonio. Its beautiful hilltop setting welcomes guests to colorful floral displays, true-to-Texas native areas, and futuristic glass pyramids filled with exotic plants from around the world.

San Antonio Central - Balcones Heights | 10 Reasons for Baby Boomers to Book Their Hotel Rooms Here

(Balcones Heights) - Read it and weep – A light-hearted look at the unique benefits Baby Boomers will enjoy when booking hotel lodgings in San Antonio Central – Balcones Heights when next traveling to San Antonio.

San Antonio Central - Balcones Heights | Howard Johnson Suites

(Balcones Heights) - Stay at Howard Johnson Suites in Balcones Heights, nestled in San Antonio Central, and you will be minutes from San Antonio's most popular attractions.

San Antonio Central - Balcones Heights | Spring Hill Suites

(Balcones Heights) - San Antonio offers accommodations at an affordable rate, with a quality stay, at every convenient location!

San Antonio Zoo

(San Antonio) - Located just minutes from downtown San Antonio, the San Antonio Zoo offers a wild respite from the concrete jungle. Immerse yourself with the sights and sounds of animals you would only see in the wilds of the Amazonia, Africa, the Australian outback and more!

SeaWorld® San Antonio

(San Antonio) - For up-close animal encounters, both SeaWorld and Aquatica offer a variety of programs with beluga whales, sea lions, penguins and more. There are also exclusive dining opportunities to make your vacation memorable.

Splashtown in San Antonio

(San Antonio) - Splashtown has more than 45 water rides and attractions swerve and spray across the 20 landscaped acres of Splashtown San Antonio.

Texas Tropical Trail Region

(Freer) - The Texas Tropical Trail Region offers travelers natural, cultural and historical treasures — all with a distinct Hispanic flavor.

Tomb Rider 3D in San Antonio

(San Antonio) - Journey into the ancient tomb of Anubis and vie for the high score at Tomb Rider 3D, a thrilling interactive attraction located in San Antonio's Alamo Plaza.

Witte Museum - South Texas Heritage Center

(San Antonio) - It’s time South Texas reclaimed the legendary story of this wild and vivid land, and the Witte Museum does just that with the Robert J. and Helen C. Kleberg South Texas Heritage Center.

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