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Part Museum. Part Adventure. See the story of the Alamo brought to life all around you like never before! "The Experience" is a fully immersive museum adventure showcasing the most comprehensive collection of Alamo artifacts ever to be displayed...more
Hours Today: 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Blum Street, at Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205
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This place was empty on a weekday afternoon so I had plenty of time to browse it all. It was worthwhile to walk thru the history of the battle at the Alamo. I was told that they have live actors on the weekend which I...More
My sister and I walked through the museum. I didn't see any re enactment or IMAX film There were lots of exhibits and some sounds and lights flashing but overall an awfully expensive museum to learn the same things we learned for free across the...More
This attraction spans the gap between a conventional museum and a tourist destination. They have some wonderful artifacts and accurate information about the Alamo and its lead up. Lots of panels on the wall but not much interactivity. I understand that at one time there...More
This a fun way to learn history (or to enjoy it if you already know the history). It's great for kids and adults. The story of the Texas Revolution is told in a way that will pique the interest of kids (something sadly needed in...More
I'd heard of "the Alamo", and visited the site once 25 years ago. But seeing this 1-hour movie in an AMC theater REALLY brought history to life, and touched my heart with what theses folks endured, and how it affected not only Texas and American...More
I had read about this prior to our trip to San Antonio. It was suggested that one should visit this first. We took the advice and we are glad we did. The history and perspective it provided helped us to understand the significance of the...More
There were no re-enactors Just displays which were very nice however I felt very mislead by their web site. At the end I asked about this and was told there were allot of cutbacks due to being slow and was told that many people ask...More
I Googled their web page to find the information that you need, but, Tripadvisor will not let me include website links. Tripadvisor - it would be much easier to be able to post their webpage. So, here is what I copied from... More
I Googled their web page to find the information that you need, but, Tripadvisor will not let me include website links. Tripadvisor - it would be much easier to be able to post their webpage. So, here is what I copied from their page: Tickets - Adults, 19.50, Senior, 17.50, Children 6-12, 14.50, under 6 is free, Military ID and college ID, 17.50. Times -
Sunday to Friday - 12PM to 6PM. Saturday, 10AM to 6PM. Final Entry is 1 hour before closing. Their times and prices change, so it would be better to Google their webpage to get the current prices and times.
Response from snafudesert | Reviewed this property |
It's not a video! It's live action and you're a part of it! It last about 5-7 minutes. Re-enactors escort you through the "Alamo scene" with smoke and simulated cannon and musket fire. It's pretty cool. It's something... More
It's not a video! It's live action and you're a part of it! It last about 5-7 minutes. Re-enactors escort you through the "Alamo scene" with smoke and simulated cannon and musket fire. It's pretty cool. It's something new and it can only get better. My wife and I enjoyed it.