101 Best Things To Do With Kids In San Antonio

  1. Ride Superhero Roller coasters and make a splash in water rides at Six Flags Fiesta Texas Theme Park.
  2. Visit Morgan’s Wonderland, the world’s first theme park designed for special needs individuals where rides and attractions are wheelchair accessible.
  3. Skip the long queue and enjoy more time at LEGOLAND® Discovery Center San Antonio.
  4. Visit San Antonio’s best water park for kids where special needs children get free use of waterproof wheelchairs.
  5. Allow kids to splash around in the Kid’s Kove where there are mini slides, shallow pools, and water-based play areas.
  6. Immerse yourself in horror at Ripley’s Haunted Adventure where “Every day is Halloween!”
  7. Relax and float along the 1,200-foot long Loggerhead Lane at Aquatica San Antonio.
  8. Teach kids how to “fly” and experience skydiving safely at Indoor Skydiving Experience.
  9. Go on a unique Helicopter tour of San Antonio
  10. Join a 2-hour walking adventure that turns a tour of San Antonio into a fun game.
  11. Do the Wacky Walk Adventure Game with your family.
  12. Test your family’s survivability in a Zombie Apocalypse game.
  13. Gather clues with your family and do quests and challenges in San Antonio.
  14. Enjoy a fun day with animals and skip the long line at San Antonio Zoo.
  15. Learn how to do fishing with your family at Guided Fishing Trip.
  16. Explore San Antonio via the Canyon Lane Pontoon Boat Tour.
  17. Tour San Antonio by land and water with your family.
  18. See UNESCO landmarks via an educational San Antonio Missions Tour.
  19. Discover the Texas Hills Country and the rolling orchards.
  20. Check out the observation deck of the Tower of Americas to catch amazing views of San Antonio.
  21. Glide through San Antonio’s downtown on a self-balancing electric scooter with your teenagers while hearing ghost stories.
  22. Go on a 2-hour Segway tour of historic San Antonio.
  23. Enjoy a smooth pre-planned historical tour of San Antonio.
  24. Join a ghost tour of San Antonio that explores the paranormal tales of notorious Texas.
  25. Let your kids experience a hop-on hop-off San Antonio Bus Tour.
  26. Experience a unique escape room with your family that lets you see life-sized props, hear, and smell clues.
  27. Go on an evening historical tour that takes you to Unesco sites & teaches you about the 300-year old history of San Antonio.
  28. Take your food-loving family in a gastronomic tour of the best local eateries in San Antonio.
  29. Enjoy a no queueing easy entry to Morgan’s Wonderland, a theme park in San Antonio specifically targeted for young kids.
  30. See marine life, reptiles, sloth, and birds & for an extra fee, experience fun for the whole family at I-Guana Bounce House.
  31. Experience Metal Sculpting and Blacksmithing for teenagers and adults.
  32. Take your escape room skills to a whole new level by trying out Zombie Apocalypse Escape Room with your family at Extreme Escape.
  33. Experience an escape room that’s great for beginners and teenagers at Magic & Paranormal Escape Room at Extreme Escape
  34. Join the #1 app-led scavenger hunt in San Antonio and play the Amazing Let’s Roam San Antonio Scavenger Hunt: The Spirits Of San Antonio!
  35. Visit Ripley’s Haunted Adventure where “Every day is Halloween!”.
  36. Craft a pendant to remember your time in San Antonio.
  37. Cherish your travel with your family by booking a Vacation Photographer in San Antonio to get awesome and memorable shots of you and your family.
  38. Get full access for your family to both Morgan’s Inspiration Island & Morgan’s Wonderland.
  39. Participate in an app-based Scavenger hunt as you get to know the different places and trivia of San Antonio.
  40. Get a thrilling ghost ride for you and your kids, 12 years old and up at San Antonio Ghost Bus.
  41. For families who love horror stories, join the San Antonio City Lights Ghost Tour by Segway as you venture after dusk to see haunted historic buildings and spooky hotels.
  42. See the Museum of Art Admission while riding a convenient, hop-on, hop-off bus pass that allows you to explore San Antonio without the hassle of navigating on your own.
  43. Check out your family’s teamwork in a Pirate-themed Escape Room at Pirate Adventure Escape Room at Extreme Escape.
  44. Investigate and find the mole at Escape the Room: The Agency.
  45. Have fun on a walking tour by answering questions, using observation skills and teamwork to complete crazy challenges.
  46. Experience up-close animal interactions at Seaworld San Antonio.
  47. See cutting-edge exhibits, games, and programs at the Science Mill in Johnson City
  48. Let your kids enjoy the rides at Kiddie Park, San Antonio’s oldest and most treasured landmarks established in 1925.
  49. Explore Witte Museum, San Antonio’s premier museum that features its history and science.
  50. Have fun with your family at Altitude Trampoline Park.
  51. Watch San Antonio Spurs play basketball.
  52. Enjoy the San Antonio River Walk’s family-friendly fun year-round which includes parades, festivals, & museums.
  53. Do wall climbing, tube playgrounds, dodgeball, and trampolines at Urban Air Adventure Park.
  54. Ride canopy ziplines and do adventures inside caverns 180 ft. below.
  55. Explore the beautiful garden and flowers, bubbling creeks, thundering ridges, beckoning hills, and sandy shores at San Antonio Botanical Garden.
  56. Watch daytime performances, classes, and camps, or community programming at The Magik Theatre is San Antonio’s professional family theatre.
  57. Do interactive games and engaging hands-on experiences where Kids Play to Learn and Adults Learn to Play.
  58. Participate in hayrides, Paw-Paw’s Pig Races, the Twin Cow Train, the Matter Corn Slide Mountain, and several other family-friendly activities at Graff 7A Ranch.
  59. Relax at a nice little cafe called the Japanese Tea Garden at Brackenridge Park.
  60. Go on a family picnic or camp out and do bird watching and photography, fishing, and swimming at Lost Maples.
  61. Enjoy a family hiking trip at Enchanted Rock.
  62. Explore caves with your teenagers and do zip lining, rock mining, and ropes course at Natural Bridge Caverns.
  63. Be amazed at the world’s records and the supernatural at Guinness World Records Museum.
  64. Visit San Fernando De Bexar Cathedral at night and see amazing projected light shows.
  65. Let your family enjoy a 4D experience and see magnificent views from the observation deck at the Tower of the Americas.
  66. Shop for clothing, jewelry, unique souvenirs, and pottery at the Historic Marketplace.
  67. Bike your way through the mission trail on the riverwalk.
  68. Visit the Institute of Texan Cultures, a museum with a library that has lots of information about the cultures and history of Texas.
  69. Ride the San Antonio Zoo Eagle Train that takes you around Brackenridge Park.
  70. Go on a religious trip and view the magnificent St. Joseph Catholic Church.
  71. Let your family enjoy the Battle For Texas: “The Experience”, a fully immersive museum adventure showcasing the most comprehensive collection of Alamo artifacts ever to be displayed under one roof.
  72. Shop at a unique mall with a beautiful landscape and a waterfall.
  73. Visit San Antonio’s largest park that contains the San Antonio Zoo, a carousel, Skyride, the Japanese Tea Gardens, a golf course, and a playground.
  74. Have fun at the kid-designed wood and sand playground, which includes a castle and space tunnel at Hemisfair Park.
  75. Have a look at the large selection of stuffed animals and facts about the Texas Rangers at The Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum.
  76. Enjoy a premium theatre experience with internationally-acclaimed plays like the Phantom of the Opera at Majestic & Empire Theatres.
  77. Visit McNay Art Museum, a Spanish Colonial Revival-style mansion with a beautiful courtyard.
  78. Be amazed at the sculptures in the garden of Briscoe Western Art Museum.
  79. Go on a short hiking trip with your family at Friedrich Wilderness Park.
  80. Watch a spectacular event as millions of Mexican free-tail bats fly out of the cave at Bracken Bat Flight.
  81. Purchase birdfeed and get to feed and interact with peacocks, geese, and ducks that freely roam the area at Fort Sam Houston Quadrangle.
  82. Spend a day at Yanaguana Garden where kids can climb, swing, play table tennis, chess, checkers, and so much more.
  83. Teach your kids to be responsible and know more about fires & safety at the San Antonio Fire Museum.
  84. Visit La Villita Historic Arts Village which has a historic building filled with pretty flowers, shops, restaurants, and art galleries.
  85. See the Largest Boots in Texas.
  86. Watch the San Antonio Missions of the Texas League play at Nelson Wolff Municipal Stadium.
  87. Visit The Grotto, a place that’s beautiful and creepy at the same time, where you can find a waterfall and several stone sculptures.
  88. Explore the free museum at Fort Sam Houston.
  89. Bew awed at a really old Spanish Adobe building that was built in the mid-1700s.
  90. Enjoy a family cookout and follow natural trails at Medina River Natural Area.
  91. Splash and swim around at San Pedro Springs Park (June to August).
  92. Have some fun taking photos of wax figures that ‘resembles’ celebrities at Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks.
  93. Let your kids experience Night at the Museum for real as some exhibits “come to life” and interact with guests.
  94. Join a holy mass at Basilica of the National Shrine of the Little Flower.
  95. Visit a perfect spot for bird watching and photography, where you can catch a view of resident ospreys, cormorants, kingfishers. pelican, snowy and great egrets, great blue herons, gulls, coots, and grebes.
  96. Play a thrilling paintball game with your teenagers at X-factor Paintball Park.
  97. Let your kids enjoy the Funtastic Playland where there are large themed play structures: a castle, a ship, a truck, and a wooden playscape. Just be prepared for your kids to be dirty at the end of their playtime.
  98. Visit Alamo, one of the most famous museums in San Antonio where you can go with a guide or listen to the recorded voice tour and do your tour at your own pace.
  99. Be impressed by the collection of Western Art and Scultures at Briscoe Western Art Museum.
  100. Get the elevation you need to get a good view of San Antonio at the Hemisphere tower at Hemisfair Park.
  101. See amazing and unbelievable oddities at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! San Antonio.

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