Historic, Beautiful cathedral. Built in 1750. Impressive light show of San Antonio’s history on side of church most evenings free of charge. Very unique!
A 288-year-old church in the heart of downtown. FYI they have a cool light show (Instagram worthy) on the church every Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 9:00pm, 9:30pm and 10:00pm.
If you like sightseeing, you'll enjoy this Historic Church. At night they have a FREE 3D Laser Light Show you'll definitely want to check out. Show times are Tuesdays and Sundays 7:30pm, 8:00pm, 8:30pm. On Fridays and Saturdays the showtimes are 9:00pm, 9:30pm, 10:00pm.
America's oldest cathedral sanctuary is San Antonio's San Fernando Cathedral, which was founded in 1731 by Canary Islanders. Its 9 a.m. Sunday mass is broadcast across the country; it can also be seen locally on Catholic Television of San Antonio, cable channel 15. The cathedral is also well known…
Beautiful at night, sometimes there is a light show on the facade of the building (shown in cover photo).
Lovely, oldest cathedral in Texas, Catholic church still holds mass here. Many weddings and other services. At night, the front of the cathedral turns into a light art project. Called The Saga, it's a 20-minute free light show depicting the founding of San Antonio through today.
“A free park to walk around in in downtown San Antonio. There are beautiful water gardens here as well.”
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“Several bus stops nearby - VIVA bus stop is a block away and goes up and down the Broadway corridor taking you to The Pearl district, art museums and botanical gardens”
“Gotta visit it if you are here! That's what we are known for along with our great hospitality!”
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“It brings world class performances. Completed in 2014, the facility offers a rich diversity of architectural experience, capable of continuous transformation in response to programmatic and environmental influences. ”