Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit San Antonio: The Alamo




April 5, 2022

Visit San Antonio: The Alamo

The Alamo is most famously known for the Battle of the Alamo, which took place in 1836. 200 defenders, including David Crockett, lost their lives in this infamous battle, which ultimately led to the Mexican state of Tejas becoming the independent self-governing republic of Texas. 

The focal point of this attraction is the church, which you can enter for free simply by reserving a ticket online.  100 visitors are allowed in the church at any one time, and you have just 30 minutes to tour.

Because we visited during Spring Break, the line to get in was crazy long (even one of the attendants said he'd never seen the line that long before), so we skipped the church tour and just walked the grounds.  

It was still very intriguing to see the architecture and different structures around the Alamo Plaza.

The Alamo
300 Alamo Plaza
San Antonio, TX 78205

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