Top 10 Free Things To Do In San Antonio

Free Things To Do In San AntonioLooking for free things to do in San Antonio? Well, look no further, there are plenty of sights to see and places to visit that will not cost you one red cent.

The top 10 free things to do in San Antonio can be found here:

  1. Fiesta Texas San Antonio – The city’s largest annual festival begins in April and costs nothing to attend. It is located outdoors and includes concerts, fireworks and parades.
  2. Japanese Tea Gardens – This is another one of the free things to do in San Antonio that has only recently reopened. It is completely authentic and has ponds and even a waterfall.
  3. San Antonio Missions Trail – This 6-mile trail is one of the top San Antonio attractions because it is rich with history that dates as far back as the 18th century.
  4. The Alamo – This is always one of the fun things to do in San Antonio because everyone knows the saying ‘Remember the Alamo’ and here you can experience history up close and personal.
  5. El Mercado – A huge Mexican market with an unlimited amount of food and fun. Music, activities and all types of cultural performances take place daily.
  6. San Antonio Art Walk – During the first Friday each month, the Arts District plays host to all of the local bands and artists. Free snacks are also available.
  7. San Antonio Museum of Art – Normally this museum charges an admission fee, except for Tuesday nights when they waive their fees, beginning at 4pm and ending at 9pm.
  8. The San Antonio Summer Jazz and Art Festival – This is always on the list of things to do in San Antonio in June, during the first weekend.
  9. Main Plaza – Strategically placed directly in the front of the Alamo, dozens of concerts are performed by local bands each year.
  10. The Riverwalk – Plenty of time to stroll along the promenade and spend time at the bank of the river.

Now that you have an idea of the number of free things to do in San Antonio, you can plan your vacation accordingly. Of course, you will need to spend money every now and again, but the number of sights you can see without cost are well worth the trip.

You can find more information about San Antonio by reading the next article in this series.