Alamo Tourism

Alamo Tourism
The Alamo is located in San Antonio and is one of the largest tourist attractions in Texas. Visitors can tour the original barracks and chapel, which were built prior to the attack from Santa Anna's Mexican Army in 1836.

The Alamo Tourism

The Alamo is open year around from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The museum is open from 10 am. to 5:30 p.m. on Sundays. The Alamo is closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Visitor Information

There is no charge to visit the Alamo. Visitors should plan to spend at least an hour touring the old fort, museum and timeline display onsite.

Alamo Etiquette

Men are asked to remove their hats as a sign of respect upon entering the Alamo. Photographs of exhibits and artifacts are not permitted. Davey Crockett's buckskin garments are on display in the museum.

Summer Camp

The Alamo summer camp is held annually in July for children to immerse themselves in history and discover how children lived in the 1860s. Campers pitch a tent inside the Alamo complex and learn the art of starting a fire and cooking outdoors.

Alamo Address

This historic site is located at 300 Alamo Plaza in San Antonio, Texas.

Article Written By Tara Dodrill

Tara Dodrill began writing professionally in 1990. She is a travel writer and photographer working for print and online media, primarily covering Florida, ecotourism and off-the-beaten-path destinations. Her writing credits include RUMBUM, Yahoo News, Visit South magazine,and North Carolina Coastal Guide. She studied journalism and education at Ohio University and real estate at Hondros College.

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