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Built for the 1968 HemisFair in honor of the city's 250th anniversary, this delightful park is a local favorite, particularly the water gardens and the kid-designed wood and sand playground, which includes a castle and space tunnel. The highlight is...more
All reviews water features children's playground sand play jungle gym splash pad water garden sand box south alamo historic village shaded areas nice place to visit nice walk downtown area lots of fun the river walk across the street americas
My fiance and I had an enjoyable time at the Hemisfair park and the Tower of the Americas. We enjoyed the sculptures in the park. The view from the top of the tower was fun. We also enjoyed the 4D movies.
The theater is at 420 S. Alamo on the Hemisfair grounds. There is a parking lot right next to it. We spent two hours of free fun (except for the parking). There was a story/craft time for young children in a building next to the...More
This is walkable from the Alamo area, but the park is large so be ready to walk some more! The gardens, playground, amazing tower (ride to the top!). It is on the grounds where the 1968 World's Fair was held. Another fun bit of history...More
The park is the place where the Hemisfair was held in 1968 and I was here. Lots to see and now it is a great place to revisit and enjoy some entertainment. At different times of the year there are many bands and events happening...More
First off, this is the best free venue in all of San Antonio.
Second of all, they prefer it to just be called Hemisfair. But it is tough to change the local’s mindset.
Hemisfair will have a total of three, world class parks: Yanaguana Garden...More