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The Alamo

4.2/5
25 Reviews
Museum
Closed Open from 9:00am-5:30pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: 300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205-2606
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Official website: https://www.thealamo.org/
Phone: +1-210-2251391

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Alamo Fortress Site (Museum) Alamo (English Alamo, Spanish Álamo) is a fortress expanded by a mission station near San Antonio, Texas, USA. It played an important role in the Texas War of Independence. Outside the old site, there is a tall Alamo battle monument, which contains life scenes and supplies from various historical periods of the fortress, and an introduction to the history of Texas. San Antonio is included in the World Natural History Heritage. The Alamo is an important part. The Alamo is also a symbol of the American people’s sacrifice in pursuit of freedom and democracy.

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  • JackS769
    JackS769
    Winchester, Kentucky, USA
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    Step Back into History

    The Alamo is one historical place I've always wanted to see. I was not disappointed. During the pandemic you need to go on line and choose an entry time as the number of visitors is restricted inside ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1617277022000+0800)/
  • Michelle-Mara
    Michelle-Mara
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    Not properly cared for

    The great importance of this place is not reflected in this fine place. There should be more restrictive visiting privileges to retain the structural of this great historical pride.

    Reviewed on /Date(1617267392000+0800)/
  • clucumber
    clucumber
    Quincy, Illinois, United States
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    Great piece of History and Well Preserved

    I first visited the Alamo when I was a teenager and stationed at Fort Sam Houston. There have been many additions to the Alamo in terms of history and what I call knowledge boards and movies that tell...

    Reviewed on /Date(1617267362000+0800)/
  • johnnyj82190
    johnnyj82190
    Chicago, Illinois, USA
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    So-So But Had To Do It

    Rather disappointing for me and kids. Have three kids (11,11,7) and they were bored during the entire tour and talk. I am a history buff so I enjoyed it but still kinda left without really being imp...

    Reviewed on /Date(1617238462000+0800)/
  • mdbwr
    mdbwr
    West Jordan, Utah, USA
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    HISTORy

    There is a lot to learn here but make reservations early or your just standing around w/100 other ppl just staring at the building

    Reviewed on /Date(1617160700000+0800)/

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