The Alamo is the most important building in Texas, not because of its size, but its being the Shrine if Texas Liberty.
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It is worth a visit there. It is free and not huge area. My suggestion is to watch film first (indoors) and then visit the museum to reinforce the knowledge and understand the importance of Alamo as the history of Texas and Mexico is very...More
I have a bucket list of places I want to see before it is to late and the Alamo has long been on my list. Being from the UK I combined a USA holiday and was able to visit San Antonio. It is strange to...More
Our son had 2 days of town liberty. Obviously, one needs to see the Alamo. Very somber atmosphere. Placards with information. They did have audio & guided tours, though we didn't use them. We also toured the David Bowie museum on site. There was an...More
We were fascinated with the Alamo. We took a guided tour and it was very informative. It was well worth the cost.
It is worth a visit there. It is free and the building itself is very small. They also have a small museum you can walk through as well as a living history section with actors to help understand what life was like. The movie they...More
Historical landmarks are always kind of disappointing when in the middle of a city you know grew up around it. This is no exception. All the pictures you see are angled in such a way that you don't see its sandwiched between larger, modern buildings....More