The Witte Museum
Nature, science and culture meet at The Witte Museum. Massive exhibits of dinosaurs, People of the Pecos and Texas Wild, and other rotating exhibits fill the recently renovated space with history, storytelling and interactive, family-friendly fun. Located on the banks of the San Antonio River, the museum’s backdrop is picturesque and ideal for small and large events alike. A catalyst of the Broadway Cultural Corridor, the museum is a San Antonio arts and culture staple with a 300-year old history that contributes to the city’s rich cultural legacy. Keep current on new exhibits – rotating regularly – by visiting the museum’s website and following their social media pages.
WORLD PREMIERE EXHIBIT!
Adventure, fun, and science collide at Survival: The Exhibition. Survival: The Exhibition invites you on an exhilarating, heart-pumping, and daring journey of bravery and brains. Experience the thrill of exploration, gain an appreciation for the wonders of nature, and prepare for the unexpected—all within an interactive, informative, and safe space.
Survival: The Exhibition transports guests of all ages to the world’s most breathtaking scenery and awe-inspiring locales asking them the question: how can humans survive here? From the rainforest to the high mountains, from the extreme cold to the temperate forest, Survival: The Exhibition combines STEM concepts with hands-on challenges to empower you with the skills, know-how, and confidence to survive any scenario.
Investigate, collaborate, problem-solve, play, build, collect, and climb your way to becoming the ultimate survival expert! Culminating in the Adventure Zone Ropes Course and Zip Line, Survival: The Exhibition puts your coordination, concentration, and courage to the test.