Let our charismatic and professional guides take you to the city’s most enchanting locations. San Antonio is the most visited city in Texas. With attractions such as the Witte Museum, Brackenridge Park, and Japanese tea gardens, it’s no surprise that San Antonio is the most visited city in Texas. Nationally, it is the 17th most visited city. Or is it true that San Antonio has the second oldest park in America? You will have the opportunity to explore the city while hearing fascinating facts and legends. Fiesta San Antonio is the city’s largest and busiest festival. Held annually in April, it has been held since 1891. You will be amazed to discover the love stories hidden in the streets, buildings, and corners of San Antonio. Your charming guide will tell you what makes life special and unique in this city. Perfect for those visiting the city for the first time and wanting to get the most out of it. You can have a dreamy and beautiful vacation in this wonderful city.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Witte Museum Admission Fee
  • Brackenridge Park Admission Fee

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    The Great Oak

    The Great Oak is over 1,000 years old and is one of the oldest living oak trees in the western United States. Great Oak is located in the area formerly known as Great Oak Ranch. It was just outside the reservation given to the Pechanga people.

  • 2

    Witte Museum

    Nestled between the old San Antonio River and historic Broadway, the Witte Museum is a gorgeous riverfront campus with large open galleries where nature, science, and culture come together through the lens of what is known as Texas Deep Time.

  • 3

    Brackenridge Park

    Historic Brackenridge Park has long been a favorite of San Antonio locals and visitors. The park includes a portion of the San Antonio River, the Japanese Tea Plantation, the Sunken Garden Theater, the San Antonio Zoo, Lambert Beach, and Tony "Skipper" Martinez Boorfelder.

  • 4

    Japanese Tea Garden

    The Japanese Tea Garden is a must-see for botanical enthusiasts, Japanophiles, families (children especially love watching koi fish in fishponds), and anyone looking for a quiet San Antonio oasis.

Meeting Point

By the entrance of The Great Oak, Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78209, United States
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Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.