I love history and enjoyed visiting the Alamo. However, the large indoor museum was way too hot to be enjoyable. Not a lot for young children to enjoy.
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Take your time when you come to visit! Read and learn about all the events, and then go see the movie! Go early in the morning so it's not too crowded, then enjoy the rest of downtown SA. The staff knows EVERYTHING about the Alamo,...More
The Alamo is must see when in San Antonio. It plays a big part historically and adds cultural flavor. The grounds are well cared for. There is plenty to do nearby as well. Visit the renowned river walk and the magnificent cathedral.
This is practically a 5* just because of it's rich importance in history. The best thing about it is its FREE! Learn all you can before you come and it makes things easier to understand what happened during the fight for the Alamo. Its not...More
The alamo was a very small building that assimilated that of a small church. In this building the surrounding areas were rich in history and describes how Texas was fought through a brutal war to become part of the US. It is free to enter...More
Us Yankees don't know much about the Alamo....I found it to be a moving part of the area's history, especially interesting about the Mexican state of Tejas/Texias. There was a special exhibit on James Bowie (fierce fighter, knife inventor) which was terrific. Lovely gardens on...More
Even if you're not a Texan, this is still a very cool place to see. It explains the history well, and gives you a real picture of the times. It's well done- well laid out, and the staff are well educated and able to answer...More