san antonio tricentennial

San Antonio’s Tricentennial Is a Party 300 Years in the Making

December 15, 2017 | By

The best destination cities give travelers a distinct feeling that can only be experienced by walking their streets.

A Tricentennial Timeline of San Antonio

December 14, 2017 | By Jane Kellogg Murray

The city’s modern-day story is only just beginning, but the same could have been said 300 years ago.

San Antonio Tricentennial Events

December 14, 2017 | By

Highlights of nearly 700 Tricentennial-sanctioned partner events planned for 2018 in San Antonio.

Why 2018 Is the Perfect Time to Revisit San Antonio

December 13, 2017 | By Jane Kellogg Murray

Three hundred years ago—before Davy Crockett became a household name, before the Chili Queens served hearty bowls of red on San Antonio’s Military Plaza, and long before Fiesta San Antonio became an annual 11-day party attracting some 3.5 million visitors to the Alamo City—Spanish missionaries founded Mission San Antonio de Valero, best known these days as the Alamo.

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