The Alamo

Historic Site, Landmark
300 Alamo Plz (btwn Houston St & Crockett St)
San Antonio, TX 78205
(210) 225-1391
Monday
9:00am - 5:30pm
Tuesday
9:00am - 5:30pm
Wednesday
9:00am - 5:30pm
Thursday
9:00am - 5:30pm
Friday
9:00am - 5:30pm
Saturday
9:00am - 5:30pm
Sunday
9:00am - 5:30pm

Tips

  • Every time I come here, they remember me.
  • Remember It !!!
  • "The Alamo, located just outside of San Antonio, TX was the place where I think it has to do with the rental car company?" - Conan O'Brien
  • See the Basement!
  • The shrine is consecrated to the memory of those who died at the Alamo. Do turn off your cell phone and observe a respectful silence while inside the shrine. Also, no photography is allowed.
  • This year we are commemorating the 180th Anniversary of the Battle of the Alamo, a defining moment in our nation's history. The Alamo Mission is a fantastic place to experience authentic history.
  • Remember the Alamo
  • While youre here, pick up an authentic Davey Crockett-style coonskin cap! The kids will have a blast and learn about the brave men who fought to defend its walls. -Casandra
  • In addition to seeing the Alamo, there are numerous other attractions on the Plaza! just relax in the shade, enjoy a sno cone and people watch! Count how many photos get taken in front of the Alamo
  • just a neat place to visit
  • Stop for your Alamo photo-op and you just might see something unexpected! Here teams attempted to recruit spectators to join them in a conga line around the plaza! Race to the Alamo
  • For the basement tour, just tell Tina, *Large Marge sent me.*
  • The first mission established in San Antonio, the Alamo (San Antonio de Valero) served as a way station between east Texas and Mexico.
  • There is no basement. Liar!
  • Turn off your cell phone and read the big info cards to learn about this battle and the historic site's past. Walk the grounds for more info and look in the aqueduct for giant fish!
  • Make sure you're not drunk when you yell "Remember the Alamo!", or you'll get a citation for disturbing the peace.
  • Show respect to those who died here when you come. It is a place we should all see as a place of inspiration! It defines us Texans and all we stand for! Remember!
  • Don't forget to remove your hats while touring!
  • I'll always remember my trip here!
  • Nice place and visit and explore history.

Nearby places

849 E Commerce St
430 E Commerce St