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The San Antonio River Walk

The San Antonio River Walk is a public park in downtown San Antonio that wind and twist along the banks of the San Antonio River. Nestled slightly beneath the city, the River Walk is 5 miles of urban walkways lined with restaurants, museums, galleries, bars, shops and landmarks. The park connects major tourist attractions like the Alamo, Pearl Brewery, Rivercenter Mall, Arneson River Theater and the San Antonio Museum of Art.

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Hours

  • Open year round. Hours vary per attraction.
  • Boat rides available daily from 9:00 am - 9:00 pm.

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Free to the public.

Events

  • Bud Light River Fest - Battle of the Bands
  • Mardi Gras Arts & Crafts Show
  • The Bud Light Taste of the River Walk

Activities

  • Dining
  • Shopping
  • Live Street Music
  • Tours
  • Nightlife

Festivals

When visiting San Antonio, don’t miss one of the twenty festivals held on the River Walk every year, including Bud Light River Fest, Mardi Gras River Parade and Festival, San Antonio Folk Dance Festival and Saint Patrick’s Day Festival.

Things to Do

The River Walk offers many fun things to do, such as Segway tours, dining, shopping, festivals, nightlife, boat rides, and guided walking tours.

FAQs

  • What is the River Walk?

    The San Antonio River Walk is a network of walkways in along the banks of the San Antonio River lined with restaurants, shops, bars, museums and landmarks.
  • What is the history behind the River Walk?

    In Texas, water has been and still is a lifeline for residents. The San Antonio River is the source of water to The San Antonio River Walk. The development of San Antonio and its most popular attraction has come a long way. Beginning in 1536 as shipwrecked captive, Alvar Nuñez Cabeza de Vaca, visits the interior lands of Texas and describes the river to the annexation of Texas to the Union, through the Mexican and Civil wars, to the popular tourist attraction and walkway that we know it as today.

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