Texas Folklife Festival Displays San Antonio’s Diversity
Be a part of the 39th Annual Texas Folklife Festival from June 11th to the 13th, and see why everyone claims that everything in Texas is bigger. This festival represents over 40 different cultural groups at the Institute of Texan Cultures. Food, music, dance, arts, and crafts from each culture are a part of the festival for you to experience. It’s a great way to learn about other cultures in a completely free and fun loving atmosphere.
While you’re in San Antonio for the festival, make sure you see the sights of this historic city. The San Antonio Grand Tour will take you on a guided tour throughout the historic areas of San Antonio. Your guide will tell you about the Alamo and the men who fought there for the first part of your tour. Later, a riverboat ride will take you down the famous Riverwalk. You will also see the oldest church in San Antonio, Japanese Sunken Gardens, and other exciting sites on this tour.
Get a completely different view of San Antonio in the evening hours with the Ghosts and Legends Tour. A guide will take you on a walking tour of downtown San Antonio and tell you some of the local legends. Stories of love, betrayal, revenge, and murder will send chills up your spine. The entire experience is full of chills and thrills. The tour has frequent stops along the way for your guide to point out sites of various stories.