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If you’re going in to the Alamo, you can’t leave without checking out the Long Barracks Museum. Lots of history in here. Make sure to follow the rules because the NPS people will not hesitate to bark at you. So much to learn here, and...More
To me, this was probably the most interesting part of the Alamo tour, as we watched the movie about the Alamo here and spent a lot of time reading the write-ups about Texas and the Alamo. The church is certainly the most famous part of...More
If you go to the Alamo you will be right next to the long barracks. There are many great displays to see and it is worth your time to see this part of Alamo grounds. This is a part of history and worth it to...More
The Long Barracks Museum, is inside the Alamo complex and starts with a short film and then the museum proceeds to take you thru its history. Starting with its founding as a Spanish mission, then thru the Mexican influence period, the Texas Revolution/Republic of Texas...More
This is part of The Alamo, you really should go in, there are a lot of displays in this area. Very well worth the time to walk through. Be sure and rent the audio tour device it's well worth the money.
Barracks are on the grounds of the Alamo and where lots of the fighting took place. I highly recommend viewing the 17 minute movie and then making your way through the museum. However, I learned a lot more (and was not jostled by throngs of...More
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Located on the grounds of the Alamo, this museum has numerous artifacts from the time of the mission, through the seige and conquest. The museum can be crowded at times as it is very narrow and people traverse in both directions....More