San Antonio: a destination full of education, culture and fun


Summer fun in San Antonio leads to extraordinary educational opportunities. There is no need to break the learning during the summer months. In your vacations you can continue maintaining your children and youngsters minds with fun and entertaining activities that also provide a little bit of education. Whether your children are passionate for animals, art, nature or history, in the city of San Antonio will find the perfect combination of fun and learning.

This summer visit the New Witte Museum and experience the exhibitions that will amaze each member of your family. What is noticeable of the New Witte is that includes more than 170,000 square feet of exhibition of science, history and culture.

The DoSeum, Children’s Museum of San Antonio, is an interactive learning laboratory for all small children that allow them learning through games and help them become creative problem solvers through practical activities. The DoSeum offers exhibitions different than any other children’s museum in the country, including an interactive robot named Baxter, a spies academy full of mathematic challenges, an interactive parade of puppets, a music staircase, an accessible tree house for ADA, a river for children and important area of open air exhibition with many shadows and water.


The Briscoe Western Art Museum is dedicated to art, history and west American culture, with a contextual emphasis in San Antonio, South of Texas and Southwest.
Open 365 days a year, the San Antonio Zoo is located in an old limestone quarry and houses more than 8,500 animals of 779 species.
The Aquarium of San Antonio offers the opportunity to learn about jellyfish, seahorses, colored corals, stingrays, sharks and more.

More information:

Visit San Antonio
203 S. St. Marys Street, Suite 200
San Antonio, Texas 78205
(210) 207-6700