San Antonio is filled with enough magic to last a lifetime. The city has history, nature, science, and culture in quantities most cities don't. There's one place, in particular, that has it all, and it's perfect for all ages. The Witte Museum in San Antonio is a true gem with enough to do you'll be there all day. We love our museums, but there's no arguing that we love this one more than most!
Within The Witte Museum are numerous exhibits with everything from art, interactive activities, massive dinosaurs, and more. There are things to do both outdoors and indoors, so you're constantly moving around and having a good time.
Admission into the museum typically ranges from $10 to $14, depending on the exhibits you're wanting to see. On Tuesdays until Sept. 2, you're able to visit the museum for FREE from 3 p.m. until 8 p.m. with a special adventure pass. You'll see exhibits including Survival: The Exhibition, The Art of Texas: 250 Years, and Witte Museum Admission and more. If you decide to go any other day during the week, there's still plenty in store for you.
The Witte Museum is open every day of the week, opening at 10 a.m. and closing at 5 p.m. on most days. Sundays the museum has shorter hours, you can visit from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. and on Tuesdays, they're open just a bit later, until 8 p.m. While that may seem a bit odd, there's a reason for everything. The Witte is full of special treats for the public and this is just one of many.
The Witte Museum
Address: 3801 Broadway St, San Antonio, TX 78209
Why you need to go: The Witte Museum is a gem in San Antonio that many people forget there's so much to do within! It's a real eye-opener as to what life used to be like, and how much there is to appreciate within the world now.