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HomeGate Studios & Suites San Antonio Fiesta Park
10950 Laureate Drive Building C, San Antonio, Texas 78249
Phone 210-691-1103; Fax 210-691-2180

** Ideal Hotel for Extended Stay **

The Alamo: The most famous spot in Texas where 189 defenders fell on March 6, 1836.

Botanical Garden and Lucile Halsell Conservatory: 33 acre garden represents the diverse Texas landscape.

Brooks Air Force Base: Base tours by appointment only.

Brackenridge Park: A 343 acre showplace for the San Antonio River. Miniature railway travels 3 1/2 miles. Swiss manufactured cable cars afford a panoramic view of the park and city skyline.

Buckhorn Saloon & Museum: Discover 118 years of history...Texas style. Two stories packed with the most exotic collections ever seen.

Canary Islands Decendants Association Museum: The Villa de San Fernando was founded by 16 Canary Islands families. Memorabilia, artifacts, books, pictures and costumes

Casa Navarro State Historical Park: The home site of Jose Antonio Navarro. The site of Navarro's furnished house and store.

Charline McCombs Empire Theatre: Created in the Victorian tradition with European elegance and opulence.

Cowboy Museum: A real cowboy museum. Visit a replica of a Western town.

Fort Sam Houston: The post is known as the birthplace of military aviation. Now known as the home of Army medicine.

Friedrich Wilderness Park: Ecological tour

Guenther House: Located on a bend of the river at the foot of King William, one of the oldest historic districts in Texas.

Hemisfair Park: Area of greenscapes and dramatic water features a refreshing retreat from city streets. Park includes the Institute of Texan Cultures, Instituto Cultural Mexicano, and Tower of the Americas.

Hertzberg Circus Museum: This museum contains the world's 2nd largest collection of circus memorabilia.

IMAX Theatre at Rivercenter: The IMAX screen is six stories tall, ten times larger than a normal screen.

Institute of Texan Cultures: A museum for the interpretation and assimilation of Texas history and folk culture.

Instituto Cultrural Mexicano: The Institute has a complete program offering the rich artistic expressions of Mexico.

 Lackland Air Force Base: History and Traditions Museum, USAF Security Police Museum.

 La Villita:Unique arts and crafts community with shops, working artists, restaurants and a post office.

The Magik Children's Theatre: Located in the historic Beethoven Hall, there is a full season of live theatrical presentations.

Majestic Theatre: Named a State and National Historic Landmark. One of the few remaining vintage, atmospheric vaudeville movie places.

Malibu Castle and Grand Prix: Castle has 2 18-hole miniature golf courses. Grand Prix, 3/4 scale formula one Grand Prix cars and wheel to wheel racing.

Market Square: Early morning to late at night shopping. 32 shops at El Mercado and 80 specialty shops in Farmers Market Plaza. Festivals, food and beverages.

McNay Art Museum: Mediterranean-styled home located on 23 acres of landscaped grounds. 19th and 20th century European and American art.

Pioneer Trail Drivers and Texas Rangers Memorial Museum: Texas Rangers' exciting history from their inception in 1823.

Plaza Theatre of Wax & Ripley's Believe it or Not!: or Plaza Theatre of Wax features over 225 life-like wax figures. Ripley's Believe It or Not! exhibits over 500 one-of-a-kind oddities.

Randolph Air Force Base: Home to the 12th Flying Training Wing.

Riverwalk (Paseo Del Rio): The heart of downtown. Lush green foliage lines the banks of the river. River cruises, shopping, restaurants and nightclubs.

San Antonio Museum of Art: Located in the old Lone Star Brewery. Art collections from ancient art to contemporary.

San Antonio Children's Museum: A bilingual museum offering more than 80 interactive, fun-learning exhibits for children and families.

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park: Chain of missions established along the San Antonio River in the 18th century. Mission Concepcion, Mission San Jose, Mission San Juan, and Mission Espada.

SeaWorld San Antonio: The world's largest marine-life adventure park is four parks in one: marine animal park, rides and slides park, water park and show park.

Six Flags Fiesta Texas: 200 acre family theme park. Shows, 22 rides and skill games are built around themes celebrating Texas and the Southwest.

Soutwest School of Art and Craft: Contemporary art exhibitions by visiting artists.

Spanish Governor's Palace: Labeled "the most beautiful building in San Antonio" by the National Geographic Society.

Splashtown: 18 landscaped acres of cool, clean water excitement, this water park has something fun for every age.

The Steves Homested Museum: Located in the King William Historic District. Home was built in 1876 and furnished in a late 19th century style.

Sunset Station: An entertainment complex for entertainment, food, live music and shopping.

The Texas Adventure: Multi-media show portraying Texas Independence with the Alamo drama as it's center piece. State of the art special effects.

Texas Air Museum: Features the history of aviation in San Antonio.

Texas Highway Patrol Museum: Tribute and memorial to troopers and their families as well as an educational tool about highway patrol activities.

Texas Transportation Museum: 5,000 sq. ft. display building offers antique horse-drawn carriages, gas powered vehicles, working model railroads and more.

Tower of the Americas: 750 foot tall offers a panoramic view of San Antonio and the surrounding area. Glass walled elevators ascend over 500 feet to the restaurant and observation level.

Witte Museum: History, science and humanities, exciting hands-on exhibits of Texas history, natural science and anthropology.

Yanaguana Cruises: One of the highlights of visiting the river is the river cruise.

Zoological Gardens and Aquarium: Ranked as one of the best zoos in the nation. Over 3,000 animals of 600 species. 25 landscaped acres. Includes one of the largest bird collections in the world.

HomeGate Studios & Suites San Antonio Fiesta Park
10950 Laureate Drive Building C, San Antonio, Texas 78249
Phone 210-691-1103; Fax 210-691-2180

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