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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 1, 2019-June 30, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 1, 2019-June 30, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 1, 2019-June 30, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 1, 2019-June 30, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 2, 2019-July 1, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 2, 2019-July 1, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 2, 2019-July 1, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 2, 2019-July 1, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 2, 2019

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    About Villa Finale

    A home standing through a city’s history

    The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

    However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

  • The San Antonio Fire Museum

    The San Antonio Fire Museum

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 2, 2019

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

    What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

  • San Antonio Art League and Museum

    San Antonio Art League and Museum

    10:00 AM-3:00 PM
    July 2, 2019

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
    IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

    Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

    SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

    SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

  • More events
    • Mission San Juan Capistrano
      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 2, 2019-July 1, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 2, 2019-July 1, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 2, 2019-July 1, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 2, 2019-July 1, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 2, 2019
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      About Villa Finale

      A home standing through a city’s history

      The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

      However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

    • The San Antonio Fire Museum
      The San Antonio Fire Museum
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 2, 2019
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

      The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

      What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

    • San Antonio Art League and Museum
      San Antonio Art League and Museum
      10:00 AM-3:00 PM
      July 2, 2019
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
      IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

      Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

      SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

      SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 3, 2019-July 2, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 3, 2019-July 2, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 3, 2019-July 2, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 3, 2019-July 2, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    10:00 AM-7:00 PM
    July 3, 2019

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    Spring & Summer Hours

    Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
    Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
    available for Private Parties

     

  • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 3, 2019

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    About Villa Finale

    A home standing through a city’s history

    The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

    However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

  • The San Antonio Fire Museum

    The San Antonio Fire Museum

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 3, 2019

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

    What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

  • San Antonio Art League and Museum

    San Antonio Art League and Museum

    10:00 AM-3:00 PM
    July 3, 2019

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
    IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

    Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

    SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

    SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

  • More events
    • Mission San Juan Capistrano
      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 3, 2019-July 2, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 3, 2019-July 2, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 3, 2019-July 2, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 3, 2019-July 2, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      10:00 AM-7:00 PM
      July 3, 2019
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

      Spring & Summer Hours

      Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
      Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
      available for Private Parties

       

    • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 3, 2019
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      About Villa Finale

      A home standing through a city’s history

      The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

      However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

    • The San Antonio Fire Museum
      The San Antonio Fire Museum
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 3, 2019
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

      The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

      What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

    • San Antonio Art League and Museum
      San Antonio Art League and Museum
      10:00 AM-3:00 PM
      July 3, 2019
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
      IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

      Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

      SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

      SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 4, 2019-July 3, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 4, 2019-July 3, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 4, 2019-July 3, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 4, 2019-July 3, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    10:00 AM-7:00 PM
    July 4, 2019

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    Spring & Summer Hours

    Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
    Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
    available for Private Parties

     

  • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 4, 2019

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    About Villa Finale

    A home standing through a city’s history

    The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

    However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

  • The San Antonio Fire Museum

    The San Antonio Fire Museum

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 4, 2019

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

    What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

  • San Antonio Art League and Museum

    San Antonio Art League and Museum

    10:00 AM-3:00 PM
    July 4, 2019

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
    IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

    Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

    SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

    SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

  • More events
    • Mission San Juan Capistrano
      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 4, 2019-July 3, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 4, 2019-July 3, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 4, 2019-July 3, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 4, 2019-July 3, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      10:00 AM-7:00 PM
      July 4, 2019
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

      Spring & Summer Hours

      Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
      Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
      available for Private Parties

       

    • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 4, 2019
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      About Villa Finale

      A home standing through a city’s history

      The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

      However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

    • The San Antonio Fire Museum
      The San Antonio Fire Museum
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 4, 2019
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

      The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

      What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

    • San Antonio Art League and Museum
      San Antonio Art League and Museum
      10:00 AM-3:00 PM
      July 4, 2019
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
      IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

      Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

      SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

      SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 5, 2019-July 4, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 5, 2019-July 4, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 5, 2019-July 4, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 5, 2019-July 4, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    10:00 AM-7:00 PM
    July 5, 2019

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    Spring & Summer Hours

    Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
    Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
    available for Private Parties

     

  • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 5, 2019

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    About Villa Finale

    A home standing through a city’s history

    The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

    However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

  • The San Antonio Fire Museum

    The San Antonio Fire Museum

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 5, 2019

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

    What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

  • San Antonio Art League and Museum

    San Antonio Art League and Museum

    10:00 AM-3:00 PM
    July 5, 2019

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
    IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

    Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

    SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

    SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

  • More events
    • Mission San Juan Capistrano
      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 5, 2019-July 4, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 5, 2019-July 4, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 5, 2019-July 4, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 5, 2019-July 4, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      10:00 AM-7:00 PM
      July 5, 2019
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

      Spring & Summer Hours

      Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
      Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
      available for Private Parties

       

    • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 5, 2019
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      About Villa Finale

      A home standing through a city’s history

      The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

      However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

    • The San Antonio Fire Museum
      The San Antonio Fire Museum
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 5, 2019
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

      The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

      What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

    • San Antonio Art League and Museum
      San Antonio Art League and Museum
      10:00 AM-3:00 PM
      July 5, 2019
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
      IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

      Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

      SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

      SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 6, 2019-July 5, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 6, 2019-July 5, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 6, 2019-July 5, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 6, 2019-July 5, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    10:00 AM-7:00 PM
    July 6, 2019

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    Spring & Summer Hours

    Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
    Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
    available for Private Parties

     

  • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 6, 2019

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    About Villa Finale

    A home standing through a city’s history

    The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

    However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

  • The San Antonio Fire Museum

    The San Antonio Fire Museum

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 6, 2019

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

    What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

  • San Antonio Art League and Museum

    San Antonio Art League and Museum

    10:00 AM-3:00 PM
    July 6, 2019

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
    IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

    Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

    SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

    SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

  • More events
    • Mission San Juan Capistrano
      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 6, 2019-July 5, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 6, 2019-July 5, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 6, 2019-July 5, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 6, 2019-July 5, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      10:00 AM-7:00 PM
      July 6, 2019
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

      Spring & Summer Hours

      Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
      Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
      available for Private Parties

       

    • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 6, 2019
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      About Villa Finale

      A home standing through a city’s history

      The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

      However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

    • The San Antonio Fire Museum
      The San Antonio Fire Museum
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 6, 2019
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

      The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

      What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

    • San Antonio Art League and Museum
      San Antonio Art League and Museum
      10:00 AM-3:00 PM
      July 6, 2019
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
      IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

      Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

      SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

      SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

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  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 7, 2019-July 6, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 7, 2019-July 6, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 7, 2019-July 6, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 7, 2019-July 6, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    10:00 AM-7:00 PM
    July 7, 2019

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    Spring & Summer Hours

    Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
    Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
    available for Private Parties

     

  • More events
    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 7, 2019-July 6, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission San Juan Capistrano
      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 7, 2019-July 6, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 7, 2019-July 6, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 7, 2019-July 6, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      10:00 AM-7:00 PM
      July 7, 2019
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

      Spring & Summer Hours

      Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
      Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
      available for Private Parties

       

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 8, 2019-July 7, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 8, 2019-July 7, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 8, 2019-July 7, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 8, 2019-July 7, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 9, 2019-July 8, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 9, 2019-July 8, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 9, 2019-July 8, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 9, 2019-July 8, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 9, 2019

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    About Villa Finale

    A home standing through a city’s history

    The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

    However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

  • The San Antonio Fire Museum

    The San Antonio Fire Museum

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 9, 2019

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

    What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

  • San Antonio Art League and Museum

    San Antonio Art League and Museum

    10:00 AM-3:00 PM
    July 9, 2019

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
    IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

    Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

    SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

    SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

  • More events
    • Mission San Juan Capistrano
      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 9, 2019-July 8, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 9, 2019-July 8, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 9, 2019-July 8, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 9, 2019-July 8, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 9, 2019
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      About Villa Finale

      A home standing through a city’s history

      The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

      However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

    • The San Antonio Fire Museum
      The San Antonio Fire Museum
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 9, 2019
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

      The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

      What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

    • San Antonio Art League and Museum
      San Antonio Art League and Museum
      10:00 AM-3:00 PM
      July 9, 2019
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
      IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

      Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

      SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

      SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 10, 2019-July 9, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 10, 2019-July 9, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 10, 2019-July 9, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 10, 2019-July 9, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    10:00 AM-7:00 PM
    July 10, 2019

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    Spring & Summer Hours

    Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
    Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
    available for Private Parties

     

  • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 10, 2019

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    About Villa Finale

    A home standing through a city’s history

    The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

    However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

  • The San Antonio Fire Museum

    The San Antonio Fire Museum

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 10, 2019

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

    What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

  • San Antonio Art League and Museum

    San Antonio Art League and Museum

    10:00 AM-3:00 PM
    July 10, 2019

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
    IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

    Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

    SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

    SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

  • More events
    • Mission San Juan Capistrano
      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 10, 2019-July 9, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 10, 2019-July 9, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 10, 2019-July 9, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 10, 2019-July 9, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      10:00 AM-7:00 PM
      July 10, 2019
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

      Spring & Summer Hours

      Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
      Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
      available for Private Parties

       

    • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 10, 2019
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      About Villa Finale

      A home standing through a city’s history

      The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

      However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

    • The San Antonio Fire Museum
      The San Antonio Fire Museum
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 10, 2019
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

      The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

      What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

    • San Antonio Art League and Museum
      San Antonio Art League and Museum
      10:00 AM-3:00 PM
      July 10, 2019
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
      IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

      Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

      SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

      SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 11, 2019-July 10, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 11, 2019-July 10, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 11, 2019-July 10, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 11, 2019-July 10, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    10:00 AM-7:00 PM
    July 11, 2019

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    Spring & Summer Hours

    Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
    Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
    available for Private Parties

     

  • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 11, 2019

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    About Villa Finale

    A home standing through a city’s history

    The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

    However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

  • The San Antonio Fire Museum

    The San Antonio Fire Museum

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 11, 2019

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

    What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

  • San Antonio Art League and Museum

    San Antonio Art League and Museum

    10:00 AM-3:00 PM
    July 11, 2019

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
    IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

    Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

    SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

    SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

  • More events
    • Mission San Juan Capistrano
      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 11, 2019-July 10, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 11, 2019-July 10, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 11, 2019-July 10, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 11, 2019-July 10, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      10:00 AM-7:00 PM
      July 11, 2019
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

      Spring & Summer Hours

      Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
      Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
      available for Private Parties

       

    • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 11, 2019
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      About Villa Finale

      A home standing through a city’s history

      The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

      However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

    • The San Antonio Fire Museum
      The San Antonio Fire Museum
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 11, 2019
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

      The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

      What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

    • San Antonio Art League and Museum
      San Antonio Art League and Museum
      10:00 AM-3:00 PM
      July 11, 2019
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
      IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

      Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

      SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

      SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 12, 2019-July 11, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 12, 2019-July 11, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 12, 2019-July 11, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 12, 2019-July 11, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    10:00 AM-7:00 PM
    July 12, 2019

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    Spring & Summer Hours

    Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
    Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
    available for Private Parties

     

  • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 12, 2019

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    About Villa Finale

    A home standing through a city’s history

    The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

    However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

  • The San Antonio Fire Museum

    The San Antonio Fire Museum

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 12, 2019

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

    What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

  • San Antonio Art League and Museum

    San Antonio Art League and Museum

    10:00 AM-3:00 PM
    July 12, 2019

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
    IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

    Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

    SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

    SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

  • More events
    • Mission San Juan Capistrano
      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 12, 2019-July 11, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 12, 2019-July 11, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 12, 2019-July 11, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 12, 2019-July 11, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      10:00 AM-7:00 PM
      July 12, 2019
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

      Spring & Summer Hours

      Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
      Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
      available for Private Parties

       

    • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 12, 2019
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      About Villa Finale

      A home standing through a city’s history

      The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

      However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

    • The San Antonio Fire Museum
      The San Antonio Fire Museum
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 12, 2019
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

      The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

      What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

    • San Antonio Art League and Museum
      San Antonio Art League and Museum
      10:00 AM-3:00 PM
      July 12, 2019
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
      IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

      Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

      SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

      SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 13, 2019-July 12, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 13, 2019-July 12, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 13, 2019-July 12, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 13, 2019-July 12, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    10:00 AM-7:00 PM
    July 13, 2019

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    Spring & Summer Hours

    Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
    Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
    available for Private Parties

     

  • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 13, 2019

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    About Villa Finale

    A home standing through a city’s history

    The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

    However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

  • The San Antonio Fire Museum

    The San Antonio Fire Museum

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 13, 2019

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

    What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

  • San Antonio Art League and Museum

    San Antonio Art League and Museum

    10:00 AM-3:00 PM
    July 13, 2019

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
    IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

    Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

    SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

    SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

  • More events
    • Mission San Juan Capistrano
      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 13, 2019-July 12, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 13, 2019-July 12, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 13, 2019-July 12, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 13, 2019-July 12, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      10:00 AM-7:00 PM
      July 13, 2019
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

      Spring & Summer Hours

      Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
      Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
      available for Private Parties

       

    • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 13, 2019
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      About Villa Finale

      A home standing through a city’s history

      The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

      However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

    • The San Antonio Fire Museum
      The San Antonio Fire Museum
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 13, 2019
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

      The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

      What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

    • San Antonio Art League and Museum
      San Antonio Art League and Museum
      10:00 AM-3:00 PM
      July 13, 2019
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
      IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

      Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

      SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

      SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

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  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 14, 2019-July 13, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 14, 2019-July 13, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 14, 2019-July 13, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 14, 2019-July 13, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    10:00 AM-7:00 PM
    July 14, 2019

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    Spring & Summer Hours

    Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
    Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
    available for Private Parties

     

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    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 14, 2019-July 13, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission San Juan Capistrano
      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 14, 2019-July 13, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 14, 2019-July 13, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 14, 2019-July 13, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      10:00 AM-7:00 PM
      July 14, 2019
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

      Spring & Summer Hours

      Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
      Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
      available for Private Parties

       

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 15, 2019-July 14, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 15, 2019-July 14, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 15, 2019-July 14, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 15, 2019-July 14, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 16, 2019-July 15, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 16, 2019-July 15, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 16, 2019-July 15, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 16, 2019-July 15, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 16, 2019

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    About Villa Finale

    A home standing through a city’s history

    The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

    However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

  • The San Antonio Fire Museum

    The San Antonio Fire Museum

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 16, 2019

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

    What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

  • San Antonio Art League and Museum

    San Antonio Art League and Museum

    10:00 AM-3:00 PM
    July 16, 2019

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
    IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

    Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

    SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

    SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

  • More events
    • Mission San Juan Capistrano
      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 16, 2019-July 15, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 16, 2019-July 15, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 16, 2019-July 15, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 16, 2019-July 15, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 16, 2019
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      About Villa Finale

      A home standing through a city’s history

      The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

      However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

    • The San Antonio Fire Museum
      The San Antonio Fire Museum
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 16, 2019
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

      The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

      What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

    • San Antonio Art League and Museum
      San Antonio Art League and Museum
      10:00 AM-3:00 PM
      July 16, 2019
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
      IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

      Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

      SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

      SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 17, 2019-July 16, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 17, 2019-July 16, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 17, 2019-July 16, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 17, 2019-July 16, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    10:00 AM-7:00 PM
    July 17, 2019

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    Spring & Summer Hours

    Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
    Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
    available for Private Parties

     

  • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 17, 2019

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    About Villa Finale

    A home standing through a city’s history

    The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

    However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

  • The San Antonio Fire Museum

    The San Antonio Fire Museum

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 17, 2019

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

    What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

  • San Antonio Art League and Museum

    San Antonio Art League and Museum

    10:00 AM-3:00 PM
    July 17, 2019

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
    IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

    Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

    SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

    SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

  • More events
    • Mission San Juan Capistrano
      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 17, 2019-July 16, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 17, 2019-July 16, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 17, 2019-July 16, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 17, 2019-July 16, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      10:00 AM-7:00 PM
      July 17, 2019
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

      Spring & Summer Hours

      Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
      Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
      available for Private Parties

       

    • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 17, 2019
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      About Villa Finale

      A home standing through a city’s history

      The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

      However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

    • The San Antonio Fire Museum
      The San Antonio Fire Museum
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 17, 2019
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

      The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

      What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

    • San Antonio Art League and Museum
      San Antonio Art League and Museum
      10:00 AM-3:00 PM
      July 17, 2019
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
      IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

      Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

      SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

      SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 18, 2019-July 17, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 18, 2019-July 17, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 18, 2019-July 17, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 18, 2019-July 17, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    10:00 AM-7:00 PM
    July 18, 2019

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    Spring & Summer Hours

    Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
    Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
    available for Private Parties

     

  • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 18, 2019

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    About Villa Finale

    A home standing through a city’s history

    The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

    However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

  • The San Antonio Fire Museum

    The San Antonio Fire Museum

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 18, 2019

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

    What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

  • San Antonio Art League and Museum

    San Antonio Art League and Museum

    10:00 AM-3:00 PM
    July 18, 2019

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
    IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

    Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

    SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

    SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

  • More events
    • Mission San Juan Capistrano
      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 18, 2019-July 17, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 18, 2019-July 17, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 18, 2019-July 17, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 18, 2019-July 17, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      10:00 AM-7:00 PM
      July 18, 2019
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

      Spring & Summer Hours

      Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
      Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
      available for Private Parties

       

    • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 18, 2019
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      About Villa Finale

      A home standing through a city’s history

      The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

      However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

    • The San Antonio Fire Museum
      The San Antonio Fire Museum
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 18, 2019
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

      The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

      What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

    • San Antonio Art League and Museum
      San Antonio Art League and Museum
      10:00 AM-3:00 PM
      July 18, 2019
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
      IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

      Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

      SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

      SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 19, 2019-July 18, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 19, 2019-July 18, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 19, 2019-July 18, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 19, 2019-July 18, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    10:00 AM-7:00 PM
    July 19, 2019

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    Spring & Summer Hours

    Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
    Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
    available for Private Parties

     

  • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 19, 2019

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    About Villa Finale

    A home standing through a city’s history

    The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

    However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

  • The San Antonio Fire Museum

    The San Antonio Fire Museum

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 19, 2019

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

    What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

  • San Antonio Art League and Museum

    San Antonio Art League and Museum

    10:00 AM-3:00 PM
    July 19, 2019

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
    IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

    Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

    SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

    SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

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      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 19, 2019-July 18, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 19, 2019-July 18, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 19, 2019-July 18, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 19, 2019-July 18, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      10:00 AM-7:00 PM
      July 19, 2019
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

      Spring & Summer Hours

      Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
      Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
      available for Private Parties

       

    • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 19, 2019
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      About Villa Finale

      A home standing through a city’s history

      The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

      However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

    • The San Antonio Fire Museum
      The San Antonio Fire Museum
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 19, 2019
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

      The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

      What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

    • San Antonio Art League and Museum
      San Antonio Art League and Museum
      10:00 AM-3:00 PM
      July 19, 2019
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
      IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

      Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

      SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

      SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 20, 2019-July 19, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 20, 2019-July 19, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 20, 2019-July 19, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 20, 2019-July 19, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    10:00 AM-7:00 PM
    July 20, 2019

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    Spring & Summer Hours

    Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
    Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
    available for Private Parties

     

  • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 20, 2019

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    About Villa Finale

    A home standing through a city’s history

    The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

    However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

  • The San Antonio Fire Museum

    The San Antonio Fire Museum

    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    July 20, 2019

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

    The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

    What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

  • San Antonio Art League and Museum

    San Antonio Art League and Museum

    10:00 AM-3:00 PM
    July 20, 2019

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

    THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
    IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

    Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

    SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

    SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

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      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 20, 2019-July 19, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 20, 2019-July 19, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 20, 2019-July 19, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 20, 2019-July 19, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      10:00 AM-7:00 PM
      July 20, 2019
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

      Spring & Summer Hours

      Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
      Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
      available for Private Parties

       

    • Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 20, 2019
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      401 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      About Villa Finale

      A home standing through a city’s history

      The house now known as “Villa Finale” was built by hardware merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876 as a one-story, four room single family residence on what had been Alamo farmlands during the Spanish period. During the time of its original construction, the surrounding King William neighborhood was a desirable location for the city’s largely wealthy German families.

      However, a devastating flood in 1921 changed the neighborhood’s fortunes as the old German families, which had already begun moving away at the beginning of the 20th century, chose homes further away from downtown and the San Antonio River.  Through it all, the house, which took on its Italianate look by 1904, went through a variety of owners reflecting the changes going on throughout the city and region.

    • The San Antonio Fire Museum
      The San Antonio Fire Museum
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      July 20, 2019
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA
      801 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

      The San Antonio Fire Museum is, and probably always will be, a “work in progress.”  Volunteers are constantly working to add new displays, including more antique trucks that we have acquired.  These trucks sometimes take months (or sometimes, years) to restore and prepare for exhibition.

      What began as a dream of 5 firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, the Museum finally found a home in the former “Central Fire Headquarters,” or Fire Station #1’s, and we finally opened our doors on May 31, 2013.  It didn’t take us long to run out of display space, and we have now expanded into the next-door “Annex”, another WPA project that housed the San Antonio Fire Department Shops, located next door to the Museum. A kid’s area, more trucks, an EMS display, and a small theater showing short videos of the history of the Fire Service, and even how Firefighters train today!

    • San Antonio Art League and Museum
      San Antonio Art League and Museum
      10:00 AM-3:00 PM
      July 20, 2019
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA
      130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204, USA

      THE SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM
      IS ALWAYS FREE  AND  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — 

      Founded in 1912, the San Antonio Art League & Museum welcomes you to its home in the beautiful historic King William District of San Antonio.

      SAALM is a must-see architectural jewel-box for lovers of traditional and contemporary art. Visit our current exhibit, ask about our extensive Permanent Collection, and browse our Members Gallery and Gift Shop.

      SAAL&M is the oldest arts organization in San Antonio and home to an extensive Permanent Collection of works by notable Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Jose Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E.G. Eisenlohr, Mary Bonner, Charles Umlauf and Amy Freeman Lee. The heart of the collection is the paintings from the Edgar B. Davis Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions in the 1920’s.

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  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 21, 2019-July 20, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 21, 2019-July 20, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 21, 2019-July 20, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 21, 2019-July 20, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

  • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    Kiddie Park of San Antonio America’s Oldest

    10:00 AM-7:00 PM
    July 21, 2019

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

    Spring & Summer Hours

    Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
    Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
    available for Private Parties

     

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    • Mission Espada
      Mission Espada
      All day
      July 21, 2019-July 20, 2020
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

    • Mission San Juan Capistrano
      Mission San Juan Capistrano
      All day
      July 21, 2019-July 20, 2020
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
      Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
    • Mission Concepción
      Mission Concepción
      All day
      July 21, 2019-July 20, 2020
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA
      261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

      Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

    • Mission San José
      Mission San José
      All day
      July 21, 2019-July 20, 2020
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA
      701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

      Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, the largest of the Texas missions, was founded on February 23, 1720 and moved to its current location between 1721 and 1724 along the San Antonio River. Father Margil de Jesús, president of the Franciscan College of Zacatecas, was visiting Mission San Antonio de Valero in 1719 when he decided that another mission was needed and asked for permission from Marqués de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas, to construct this one.

    • Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      Kiddie Park of San Antonio America's Oldest
      10:00 AM-7:00 PM
      July 21, 2019
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA
      3003 TX-368 Loop, San Antonio, TX 78209, USA

      Spring & Summer Hours

      Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-7pm
      Monday – Tuesday: Closed, but
      available for Private Parties

       

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    Mission San Juan Capistrano

    All day
    July 22, 2019-July 21, 2020

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

    Yanaguana Trail, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA
    Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of three missions that were moved from East Texas in 1731. First established in 1716 as Mission San José de los Nazonis in present day Nacogdoches County, the mission attempted to convert the Nasoni Indians to Christianity and  protected the boundaries of New Spain from French incursion.  However, the mission failed to thrive and was relocated to a more sustainable position in the San Antonio River Valley. According to Father Ortiz in 1745, the San Antonio River Valley was selected due to the high quality of the arable lands.
  • Mission Espada

    Mission Espada

    All day
    July 22, 2019-July 21, 2020

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    San Antonio River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    Mission San Francisco de la Espada was moved to the San Antonio River Valley from East Texas in 1731 along with Mission San Juan and Mission Concepción. Originally founded as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas near Augusta, Texas, like the other East Texas missions it was founded to convert the local indigenous tribes to Christianity and to protect the Spanish frontier from French incursions. Today it represents the most complete mission complex of all of the San Antonio Missions. The Espada Acequia has run continuously since at least 1745 when Fray Ortiz described the Espada Acequia and successful farm fields.

  • Mission Concepción

    Mission Concepción

    All day
    July 22, 2019-July 21, 2020

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    261 Felisa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, USA

    Founded in 1731, Mission Concepción remains virtually unchanged since her creation over 250 years ago.  The cruciform construction with twin towers, barrel-vaulted roof and dome ceiling are but a few of the architectural features that made their debut at Concepción in 1755.

  • Mission San José

    Mission San José

    All day
    July 22, 2019-July 21, 2020

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

    701 E Pyron Ave, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA