Things to do in San Antonio
San Antonio, Texas is home to some of the best attractions and events. Four Points by Sheraton San Antonio Airport is the perfect location to experience all of the fun things to do in San Antonio.
- North Star Mall
- Rio San Antonio River Cruises
- San Antonio Airport
- San Antonio Missions
- San Antonio Zoo
- SeaWorld San Antonio
- Six Flags Fiesta Texas
- The Alamo
- The Doseum
- The Pearl
- The Riverwalk
- The Shops at La Cantera
- The Shops at La Cantera
- Witte Museum
How To Get Here
- San Antonio Riverwalk (9.8 mi.)
San Antonio's historic Riverwalk is the number one thing to do in San Antonio. Open 365 days a year, the River Walk is full of individual businesses, restaurants, and attractions. Enjoy different walks down the river including River Walk at La Villita, River Walk on Horseshoe Bend, and the peaceful River Walk Quiet Stretch.
- Rio San Antonio River Cruises (9.7 mi.)
Relax and explore the famous San Antonio River Walk with Rio San Antonio River Cruises. Enjoy a river tour that will give you an entertaining and informative glimpse into the rich history of San Antonio. Also available are charters for dinner and cocktail cruises and river taxis to get you anywhere you need to go on the River Walk.
- Mission Trail (12.8 mi.)
Explore the historical Spanish colonial trails that were widely utilized during the famous battles of the 18th century. Included are some of the oldest sites in San Antonio and feature different famous missions from San Antonio's history.
- The Pearl (7.4 mi.)
Pearl Brewery is the perfect shopping destination to spend fun and enjoyable time with your family. This extensive shopping center houses Culinary Institute of America and Pearl Farmers Market. This spacious center has a perfect mix of retail outlets, restaurants, farmers market, green spaces, dining places, and more.
- San Antonio Zoo (6.1 mi.)
Situated along the San Antonio River and next to Brackenridge Park, this zoo is considered one of the finest in America, housing more than 3500 animals representing more than 700 species. Bring the whole family to enjoy some of San Antonio's one-of-a-kind animals.
- Witte Museum (6.2 mi.)
Permanent exhibits include ones featuring Native American cave paintings, archaeological artifacts, an Egyptian mummy, native Texan mammals, reptiles, and much more. Explore some interesting history during your next visit to San Antonio, Texas.
- North Star Mall (0.9 mi.)
Located just one mile from our hotel, this shopping center has over 200 stores for the savvy shopper.
- SeaWorld San Antonio (18.1 mi.)
Visit the world's largest marine life adventure park at SeaWorld San Antonio. There are four separate parks inside a 250-acre complex; a show park, rides park, water park, and animal park. Explore the exotic marine wildlife or splash around in the water park, SeaWorld San Antonio is guaranteed to be fun for the whole family.
- Six Flags Fiesta Texas (14 mi.)
Thrill-seekers are in for a treat while in San Antonio with Six Flags Fiesta Texas. Things to do in San Antonio at Six Flags include award-winning rides, shows, and a free water park making Six Flags the perfect outing for the entire family.
- San Antonio Airport (SAT) (0.9 mi.)
Four Points by Sheraton San Antonio Airport is conveniently located 4 minutes from the airport.
- The Shops at La Cantera (14.2 mi.)
Visit this upscale, open-air shopping center with high-end stores and over 24 restaurants.
- The Doseum (7.8 mi.)
Visit San Antonio's only Children's Museum, where children can learn by exploring, tinkering, and creating. Located 6 miles from our hotel, this museum is the perfect place to spend a day with the kids.
- San Antonio Missions (12.8 mi.)
Join us in exploring the Missions of San Antonio. The four southernmost Spanish colonial missions - Concepción, San José, San Juan and Espada - are included in the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. Take in the rich history of San Antonio as you explore this must-see attraction.
- The Alamo (8.8 mi.)
One of America's top 10 historical sites, the Alamo brings history and legacy to San Antonio. The museum inside the Alamo contains artifacts and accounts from the battle and is a wonderful historical adventure in the heart of San Antonio.