San Antonio Tours

Explore San Antonio in style! Get off the beaten path and experience something new.

Gray Line San Antonio offers far more than just San Antonio bus tours. Their guided tours explore every facet of San Antonio, from the Alamo and the Spanish missions that dominated the landscape prior to the 19th century to the more modern attractions in San Antonio, such as the Riverwalk; the Japanese Tea Garden within Brackenridge Park; downtown San Antonio; and El Mercado, which is home to Mi Tierra and La Margarita, two of the most famous Tex-Mex restaurants in all of Texas, if not the world. They also offer numerous day tours from San Antonio that travel to Texas Hill Country and the LBJ Ranch. No matter how you would like to spend your day, Gray Line San Antonio has something for you.

Use discount code AAFP5 to get a 5% discount on the tours listed below.

Please note: All tours are reserved through and managed by Gray Line Tours. Tours are not limited to AAFP FMX attendees.  

Texas Hill Country and LBJ Ranch Tour(www.grayline.com)

Explore the scenic backroads of the Texas Hill Country and learn about Texas cowboys and the Great Trail Texas cattle drives. Visit LBJ's ranch and take a guided tour of the "Texas White House," with a National Park Service tour guide. See award-winning wineries & orchards, then visit Fredericksburg, a historic & picturesque German town. Shop and have lunch at an authentic German restaurant & biergarten (optional), or explore the home of Admiral Chester Nimitz and the National Museum of the Pacific War (optional). Experience the magic and music that is Luckenbach, Texas.

Ticket price: $109.00 per person

About this Tour: Bring water | Eat breakfast beforehand | Admission to the Nimitz Museum & the National Museum of the Pacific War: WWII Veterans: free; Adults: $14; Seniors 65+: $12; Military with ID (active or retired): $10; children 6+ and students w/ID: $7; Children 5 and under: free


San Antonio: The Grand Historic City Full-Day Tour(www.grayline.com)

This tour includes the confluence of cultures that make San Antonio unique. The tour includes exciting narrative with sound effects about historical sites and and significant events. Play Texas Trivia. You will see Hemisfair Park; La Villita; Briscoe Western Art Museum; Sunset Station; St. Paul Square; Paris Hatters; Theatre district; Buckhorn Saloon and Hall of Horns; San Fernando Cathedral, Main Plaza and Plaza de Armas; Spanish Governor's Palace; Pearl Brewery; UNESCO World Heritage Site: Mission Concepcion; Southtown; and Alamo Plaza and the legend of San Antonio Rose. Lunch will be at El Mercado, the largest Mexican market in United States.

Ticket price: $99.00 per person

About this tour: Lunch included | Gratuity for lunch server not included


San Antonio: The Grand Historic City Tour Part 1 (Half Day AM)(www.grayline.com)

This interesting and exciting tour gives our guests a broad overview of the history, culture and architecture of San Antonio's city center and nearby sites. See and hear the history of: Hemisfair Park; La Villita; Briscoe Western Art Museum; Sunset Station; St. Paul Square - Blues & Jazz in San Antonio; Paris Hatters; Theatre district; Buckhorn Saloon & Hall of Horns; San Fernando Cathedral; Main Plaza & Plaza de Armas; and the Spanish Governor's Palace. Lunch will be at El Mercado, the largest Mexican market in United States. Tour ends at The Alamo or El Mercado (guest's choice).

Ticket price: $65.00 per person

About this tour: Lunch included | Gratuity for lunch server not included


San Antonio: The Grand Historic City Tour Part 2 (Half Day PM)(www.grayline.com)


This fascinating and exciting tour the perfect way to get a grand overview of old San Antonio, its rich history and culture. Your experience starts downtown with a stop at the San Antonio River locks followed by Pearl Brewery Redevelopment; Butterkrust Bakery; Doseum; Witte Museum; San Antonio Botanical Center; McNay Art Museum; Major Universities; Brackenridge Park, San Antonio Zoo and the Japanese Tea Garden; History of the Great Texas Cattle Trail Drives; Union Stockyards; UNESCO World Heritage Site - Mission Concepcion; Southtown; and the King William area. Tour ends at the Alamo or a selected downtown hotel (guest's choice).

Ticket price: $65.00 per person

About this tour:  Free access to San Antonio River locks | Free entry into Japanese Tea Garden | Free entry UNESCO World Heritage Site - Mission Concepcion

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