Day 1 You'll See:
- Majestic Theater Tour
- La Villita Historic Arts Village
- Woodlawn Theater
Day 2 You’ll See:
- Six Flags Fiesta Performance
- Six Flags Fiesta
San Antonio is a city filled with a rich history, rich culture, and even richer entertainment opportunities. Prepare yourselves for three days full of fun live performances, concerts, and shows, as well as gorgeous scenery and informative local history. From the streets of central San Antonio’s River Walk to the gorgeous interior of the Majestic Theater, this tour has something for everybody in your group and will be certain to leave you wanting more!
Majestic Theater Tour - Start your second day off at the oldest and largest atmospheric theatre in San Antonio, the Majestic Theater! Built-in 1929, this theater designed by John Eberson seats 2,311 people and is an official National Historic Landmark. The previous home of the San Antonio Symphony (from 1989 to 2014) and current home to the San Antonio Broadway Series, this theater will give your group a wide variety of show options, from popular concerts to Broadway hits, to touring performing arts and comedy acts. A tour of the inside of this gorgeous facility will show your group the intricate and stunning Spanish Mediterranean style of architecture and furnishings popular in this area still today. A few of the current acts at the theater, to give you a taste of what you may see while here, include Disney’s Little Mermaid, the National Acrobats, and Circus of China tour, the Beach Boys, Louis CK, Styx, The Phantom of the Opera, and So You Think You Can Dance TV live recordings. There is most certainly something for everybody in your group here!
La Villita Historic Arts Village - La Villita Historic Arts Village, or Little Town, is a local treasure in the heart of downtown San Antonio along the banks of the San Antonio River. This charming backdrop blessed site hosts a combination of art galleries, distinctive shops, and fine dining experiences in a historically significant setting. As one of San Antonio’s first neighborhoods from the 18th century, this historical site offers living history on everything from Indian raids to the Labores de Abajo, or lower farmlands, both early and important uses of this location. Originally a site for primitive huts for Spanish soldiers stationed at the Alamo, this site was restored in the 1930s and now houses four plazas and the unique Arneson River Theatre. A stroll around the neighborhood will show your group shaded plazas and walkways that host the best events, festivals, concerts, and celebrations in the area. You can also find the finest dining at Fig Tree or the historic Little Rhein Steakhouse or head over to the Guadalajara Grill for the freshest authentic Mexican food!
Six Flags Fiesta Texas- In a park of world-class roller coasters, international cuisine, and thrilling waterpark rides, you can’t go wrong. Head to Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio to sample what the best of the Lone Star State has to offer with family-friendly entertainment. Let’s start with the roller coasters and focus on the record breakers, shall we? Superman the ride features the world’s tallest vertical loop while Batman is the world’s first 4D free-fly coaster. If you’re brave enough to venture near these superhero worthy coasters, you deserve a cape of your own. Other crowd favorites include Der Twister which takes you on 360 degree flips at 4 Gs, the Poltergeist which rockets out of the gate going 0-60 in 3.5 seconds, the inverted coaster Goliath, and the Iron Rattler, a classic wooden style coaster that propels you up to 70 miles per hour on the turns. While you’re at Six Flags, you are bound to work up an appetite with all of your roller coaster screaming. When you’re hungry, stop by Bubba’s River Cafe for some down-home American cooking or try some overseas inspired cuisine at Panda Express or Primo’s Pizzeria. Snacks and desserts are covered by Cold Stone Limited’s deliciously crafted ice cream and Mockingbird Funnel Cakes. Grab yourself some souvenirs, candy, and caricatures at one of the park’s many kiosks and gift shops before you leave.