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For over 135 years, The Buckhorn Saloon has been known as a gathering place for good conversation, great food and spectacular wildlife exhibits. Explore the animal halls and prepare yourself for a truly immersive adventure. Practice your sharp...more
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You will need a camera so people will believe you you tall them. Every size, shape, and color of antlers...hundreds or maybe thousands of them. The gift shop is great also. A good range of inexpensive gifts and quite a few "nicer" gifts also.
The Buckhorn sits in a prime location in San Antonio, capitalizing on the Alamo. It has a unique history itself and if you have time is worth a visit. It’s part of SA history as the oldest salon inTexas. The Buckhorn has almost 1000 mounted...More
I thought this was a history place but it had very little actual history. The museum was filled with animal heads & just touristy stuff. Maybe it would entertain children. The food was average as well.
We visited the bar for a drink and some snacks while we were out exploring San Antonio. I never got to see an itemized receipt of what I was charged for the margaritas we order so no idea how much they were. However, two drinks...More
Was sitting in the saloon having a few drinks with friends when three of us from our group decided to experience this exhibit. Wow! There is certainly enough to see! Lots of surprises along the way. It's a great place to take kids to kill...More
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Texas IS NOT California so don’t expect the same regulatory atmosphere. The problem of not having a national independent nonprofit registry for support animals that businesses can rely on, and the wide spread practice of... More
Texas IS NOT California so don’t expect the same regulatory atmosphere. The problem of not having a national independent nonprofit registry for support animals that businesses can rely on, and the wide spread practice of people faking it, makes it a toss up in Texas. You may well be welcomed but you may not.