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LBJ Hill Country and LBJ Ranch Tour with Wine Tasting Options
9:00 am-5:00 pm
See the Texas you’ve always heard about. Visit the verdant Texas Hill Country, with its many wineries, lavender fields, and peach, pecan & olive orchards. Experience history at the LBJ Ranch and the “Texas White House.” See the Admiral Nimitz birthplace and the National Museum of the Pacific War (optional). Stroll Main Street of the old German town of Fredericksburg and shop for western art, antiques and Texas-European fusion furniture. Have lunch at one of the authentic German restaurants and biergartens and experience the magic and music of Luckenbach, Texas.
Grand Historic City Tour
9:00 am – 1:00 pm
This one-of-a-kind city tour is the perfect way to get a grand overview of old San Antonio, its rich history & culture. Play Texas Trivia along the way. Your experience starts downtown with a visit to the San Antonio River locks, followed by: Pearl Brewery Redevelopment; Butterkrust Bakery; Doseum; Witte Museum; San Antonio Botanical Center; McNay Art Museum; Major Universities; Brackenridge Park, San Antonio Zoo & stop at Japanese Tea Garden; History of the Great Texas Cattle Drives; Union Stockyards; UNESCO World Heritage Site – Mission Concepcion; Southtown; King William neighborhood.
Spanish Missions Tour
9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Find out what makes San Antonio an important part of American history while taking in San Antonio’s Spanish influences! Visit Missions San José, Concepción, San Juan, and San Francisco de Espada. See the original frescos at Mission Concepcion- the oldest unrestored stone church in the nation. Explore Mission San Jose, the Queen of the Missions. See the vistas, birds, and wildlife along the new Mission Reach Hike & Bike Trail. Enjoy mission silhouettes with Spanish and Moorish influenced architecture against the South Texas Sky and see one of the finest examples of baroque architecture. Follow the acequias, a Spanish irrigation system, from downtown San Antonio to the South and discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site- the San Antonio Spanish Missions. This is truly a gem of a tour.