Delight in a season of history and culture in San Antonio. Our beautiful fall weather sparks an atmosphere that’s equal parts excitement and relaxation. Explore amazing history at our Spanish colonial missions, designated as the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in Texas, and enjoy pulse-pounding rides at our world-class theme parks. Enjoy world-class exhibits at cultural institutions, fun-filled Halloween events, and plenty more to get the excitement started.
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Hike, bike or walk our open green spaces and parks with beautiful fall weather. Kayak or paddle the Mission Reach section of the San Antonio River. Experience our great outdoors with boundless possibility.
In San Antonio, our events are serious. Serious fun, that is. In the fall season, celebrate incredible music, art, history and culture at area events. For Halloween enthusiasts, experience fun and frights at SeaWorld San Antonio’s Spooktacular, Six Flags Fiesta Texas HALLOWFEST, Zoo Boo! at the San Antonio Zoo and Ripley’s Haunted Adventure.
A variety of cultural influences in art, architecture and music from around the world have led to San Antonio’s reputation as a creative haven for artists. And our creative class is on the rise! Boasting an extensive selection of galleries and special admission at museums across the city, you’re never more than a few steps away from experiencing unique, local art offerings. Explore exhibits at The Witte Museum, the San Antonio Museum of Art, McNay Art Museum, and more this fall.
San Antonio’s rich history and world heritage meet at the UNESCO-recognized San Antonio missions. The missions are the only World Heritage Site in Texas, and one of only 23 World Heritage Sites in the United States. Hike, bike or walk along the beautiful Mission Reach, which connects the missions along the San Antonio River Walk and gives visitors a chance to experience the wonder of South Texas’ natural surroundings.