Celebrating Easter 2023 in San Antonio-Things to Do

It is one of the best times of the year to fully enjoy the many activities and events happening now that spring is in full bloom.

Most holidays are best spent in the loving embrace of family, and Easter is no exception. Easter is celebrated around the world with a lot of excitement and well-known customs because it is one of the most religious and sentimental holidays—especially in San Antonio! As a result, we are bringing to you some of the most wonderful Easter events that will take place in San Antonio to share and enjoy with your loved ones as Lent comes to a close and Easter weekend approaches.

Traders Village’s 17th annual Easter Eggstravaganza

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A traditional Easter pastime, the egg search is a fun activity for the whole family, especially young and young at heart. There will be plenty of free Easter eggs packed with treats, so don’t forget to bring your Easter basket.

When: April 1st, Saturday
Where: 9333 Southwest Loop 410, TRADERS VILLAGE, San Antonio, TX 78242
Time: Gates open at 10 a.m.

Admission: FREE! $5 for parking
Depending on their age, children will line up for Easter eggs.


10:30 a.m. for ages 0 to 3.
4-6 years old at 11:15
12:00pm for ages 7-9
10 to 12 years old at 12:45

Numerous vendors will be there as well, giving out prizes to the kids.

The Easter Egg Hunt at the Texas Transportation Museum 

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Children can stop at the egg stations while exploring the museum to gather eggs to fill their baskets and take pictures with the Easter Bunny. There are also some snacks available for purchase in the area.

When: April 1st, Saturday
Where: 11731 Wetmore Rd, Texas Transportation Museum, San Antonio TX, 78247
Time: To be advised
Admission: $10 Adult ; $8 Child (4-12); Free Child (4 and Under)

Breakfast with The Bunny at Hard Rock Cafe San Antonio

Have a bunny-tastic Easter weekend at the Hard Rock Cafe! A delectable breakfast buffet with scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, waffles, pancakes, hash browns, fruit, pastries, orange juice, coffee & water, and beverage stations will be offered at this family event. Additionally, the bunny will make a special appearance and be available for pictures with the kids and their families.

When: April 8th, Saturday
Where: 111 W Crockett St, Hard Rock Café,  San Antonio, TX 78205, United States
Time: 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Admission: $20.00 – $30.00; Free admission for ages 2 and under.

May you have an Egg-cellent Easter!

*Each event’s details are subject to change without prior notice. Please visit their official website to know the latest updates.

It’s The Best Time to Visit San Antonio!

San Antonio often experiences pleasant, sunny weather that doesn’t get too hot. This flourishing area, tucked away in the Texas Hill Country, experiences more than 300 days of sunshine annually on average. The greatest seasons to visit this location, in the opinion of many tourists, are spring and fall, when the weather is often pleasant—warm but not hot, regularly sunny, and rain-free.

January and February

In comparison to the north, San Antonio often has milder winter season. Travel can be challenging during the unpredictable winter, when temperatures can fluctuate from the 30s to the 80s. The good news is that San Antonio gets enough sunshine despite the weather to make the chilly conditions much more bearable.

San Antonio
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March and April

San Antonio experiences the nicest weather during this time. In March, the city’s flowers begin to bloom, and the neighboring Hill Country is renowned for its abundance of wildflowers and opportunities for birdwatching. Golfers frequently believe that this is the ideal time of year to visit San Antonio because to the sunny, dry days and relatively quiet winds. The biggest festival of the year, Fiesta, lasts eleven beautiful days in April.

San Antonio
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May through September

Temperatures rose in the late spring and early summer; in May, the average high and low were 85 and 65 degrees, respectively. Despite the fact that these are the two rainiest months of the year, travelers may expect a lot of sunny days during this time. Although both July and August can be rather warm, those two months are often the hottest in the San Antonio weather forecast. The summer season is a very popular time to visit Sea World and Six Flags Fiesta’s waterparks.

San Antonio
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October through December

In San Antonio, the spring-like weather pattern is mostly present in the fall. The number of unique shops and spectacular lighting along the Riverwalk in San Antonio make December the preferred month for travelers to go shopping there. On weekends throughout the holiday season, several of the city’s tourist attractions, including the Alamo, are lit up for Fiesta de las Luminarias.

San Antonio
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Whether you plan to visit during the spring, summer, fall, or even winter, San Antonio has a lot to offer. Don’t forget to check out our Feliz Stays Vacation Homes for your accommodation needs.

J.J. Spaum Set to Defend Title at Valero Texas Open

The Valero Texas Open is a professional golf tournament on the PGA Tour. Officially ranking as the sixth-oldest professional golf event in the world, the Texas Open was first played in 1922. Since it has always been held in the San Antonio region, it also holds the record for the longest duration of any golf tournament conducted in the same city.

Valero Texas
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The Valero Texas Open will celebrate its 100th anniversary this spring, and event organizers today revealed some former champion commitments for the 144-player field that will compete in the historic PGA TOUR stop on TPC San Antonio’s The Oaks course March 27–April 2, a week before The Masters tournament.

Reigning champion J.J. Spaun will defend his title. He is currently ranked 25th in the FedExCup standings after two top-12 starts in recent weeks. After this year’s U.S. Open, the San Diego State alumnus and current World No. 61, Zach Johnson will try to win the Valero Texas Open twice in a row. 

Valero Texas

Day Specific tickets are available for purchase online through Ticketmaster. All tickets are digital, there are no physical tickets available.

General admission tickets provides access to the tournament grounds (golf course) Thursday, March 30 – Sunday, April 2. You can follow your favorite players and enjoy food at concession stands.

All tickets for Thursday grant access to the 19th Hole Fiesta concert and firework display.

General Admission Tickets – $50*

*Tickets will increase by $15 starting March 20

For more details about the event, please visit www.valerotexasopen.com

65th Annual Folk Life & Dance Festival

The 65th annual festival’s FREE celebration of folklife and dance acts will be held at Rolling Oaks Mall. This free family-friendly folklife event will feature dance performances, artisans, music, food, and more to celebrate variety and culture.

The San Antonio Folklife & Dance Festival (SAFDF) performances highlight the skills and enthusiasm of regional folk dance ensembles, as well as the occasional special guest or two and they often feature live music. A rich cultural experience of costumes, food, music, singing, storytelling, and dance is formed by these free performances, the food, and the vendors.

Photo by Bria Woods

When: Mar 25, 2023 at 12:00 pm – 05:00 pm (Sat) & Mar 26, 2023 at 12:00 pm – 05:00 pm (Sun)
Where: Rolling Oaks Mall, 6909 N Loop 1604 E, San Antonio, TX 78247, United States


For additional information, please contact SAFDF.org

Phone: 2108614491
Email Address: info@safdf.org

School is out for Fun!

Some schools will soon be on spring break, which means that there will be no work done and only time for fun.

The places in and around San Antonio that are perfect for family day outings are listed in this handy little guide. Everyone can find something to enjoy, regardless of whether they enjoy the water, whales, hiking, riding, snakes, or skydiving.

Let the good times roll!

San Antonio Zoo

The San Antonio Zoo is having Jungle Boogie Break from March 4–18, 9:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m. (Zoo entrance tickets are not necessary for the Zoo Train or Kiddie Park.) Enjoy dance parties, live music, animal encounters, and food and beverages. Beautiful and free access to the Japanese Tea Garden.

Location: 3903 N. St Mary’s St.
Business Hours: 10 a.m.–7 p.m., daily
Official Website: https://sazoo.org

Photo by: sazoo.org

The DoSeum

The DoSeum’s Spring Break Camps offer plenty of opportunities to keep your child’s mind at play in a fun and unique learning environment.

Location: 2800 Broadway
Business Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and Noon to 5 p.m. Sun
Official Website: thedoseum.org

Photo by: livinsassy.com

Six Flags Fiesta Texas

See how visitors enjoy their Six Flags experiences across the country, from roller coasters and water slides to animal encounters, festivals, food, and games.

Location: 17000 Interstate 10 West
Business Hours: 10:30 a.m.-10 p.m. March 7-14, 10:30- 7 p.m. March 15
Official Website: www.fiestatexas.com

Photo by: fiestatexas.com

SeaWorld San Antonio

Visit SeaWorld San Antonio for a range of unique animal encounters, such as swimming with dolphins, seeing penguins, and more. They also have thrilling coasters and extraordinary rides for the whole family.

Location: 10500 Sea World Drive
Business Hours: *visit their website to see the updated calendar
Official Website: www.seaworld.com

Photo by: seaworld.com

Aquatica San Antonio

A waterpark where extreme thrills meet serene chills! The newest slide, now open, is Ihu’s, Breakaway Falls.

SeaWorld and Aquatica are parts of the more extraordinary SeaWorld complex, but both parks are right next.

Location: 10500 Sea World Drive
Business Hours: *visit their website to see updated calendar
Official Website: www.aquaticabyseaworld.com

Photo by: aquaticabyseaworld.com

Kiddie Park

Kiddie Park is the oldest children’s amusement park in the country – it was established in 1925 and renovated in 2009! While modern updates have been made, the park has preserved its 1920’s style by maintaining all the original rides, such as the park’s old-fashioned Ferris Wheel and famous hand-carved Herschell Spillman carousel.

Location: 3903 N. St. Mary’s St.
Business Hours: *visit their website to see updated calendar
Official Website: www.kiddiepark.com

Photo by: kiddiepark.com

Canyon Lake

A common bucket list item is going to Canyon Lake. A popular setting at the lake is lunch on a boat while taking in the scenery. Visitors can either bring their own boat or rent one from one of the nearby two well-known rentals. The lake is the ideal size for tourism because it spans 8,000 acres in width.

*Check website for public access points and parks.

Photo by: texashillcountry.com

Indoor skydiving

Nothing else compares to the thrill of indoor skydiving. The cutting-edge wind tunnels at iFLY are built to deliver a safe flight experience, lifelong memories, and a distinctive tale to share. People of all ages, sizes, and skill levels can fly and have a great time, from beginners to seasoned pros.

Location: 15915 West Interstate 10 Business Hours: 10 a.m.-10 p.m. daily Official Website: www.iflyworld.com

Photo by: iflyworld.com

San Antonio’s Most Instagrammable Walls – Street Mural Exhibit

Love for the arts? San Antonio will not fail you with its abundance of public art and renowned murals. San Antonio is working hard to make the city beautiful with some many great places to capture street art.

Check out some of the most instagrammable San Antonio Murals.

The Rim Murals

The three brightly colored walls are located between The Rustic and Bowl & Barrel The Rim partnered up with the San Antonio nonprofit San Antonio Cultural Arts to commission 3 wall murals.

Photo courtesy of salovelist.com

San Antonio Fiesta Building

“Let’s Fiesta!” has a distinct meaning in San Antonio. It’s a city-wide celebration of rich history and culture.

The “2019 Fiesta” mural by Los Otros, a street art duo made up of Nik Soupe and David “Shek” Vega, was also painted on St. Mary’s Strip, just north of Downtown San Antonio. They represent partygoers who exemplify the authentic Fiesta spirit alongside their colorful characteristic flower crowns in this artwork.

Photo courtesy of Samantha Huls

The Artisan

This lovely otomi wall is located next to The Artisan on South Presa Street. The Artisan is a lovely store that introduces Mexican culture to San Antonio. The mural is ideal for Instagram because to its size and vivid colors.

Photo courtesy of ginabearsblog.com

Murals for Selena

The Selena Murals are an essential part of any article on murals in San Antonio. Before her untimely death in 1995, Tejano diva and native Texan Selena was renowned for treating San Antonio as a second home. In addition, the movie “Selena,” directed by Jennifer Lopez, was largely shot in San Antonio. Through museum exhibits, live tribute performances, and numerous exquisite murals, San Antonio continues to hold her in high regard.

Alan Calvo’s colorful artwork can be found on the back of the Alamo Candy building.

Photo courtesy of NoNo Joe

Essex Street

One of the favorite mural spots to visit is Essex Modern City Murals. It is a street art haven for Instagram Walls. Over 20 murals can be found in one location. Enjoy live art, music, and food trucks on Second Saturdays at Essex.

Photo courtesy of essexmoderncity.com

For the Spurs Fans

The Big Three, a mural featuring San Antonio Spurs stars Manu Ginobili, Tim Duncan and Tony Parker, was painted by artist Albert Gonzales behind Burger Culture at 801 South Presa Street.

Photo Courtesy of Wally Gobetz

“King George” by Matt Tumlinson

George Strait is a well-known country music performer who was born and raised in Texas. Since the 1990s, “King George,” as many Texans refer to him, has made San Antonio his home. He chose this location after establishing a storied country music career and achieving international fame.

Matt Tumlinson portrays the country music artist as a real king in this mural in San Antonio’s Midtown district, complete with a crown, scepter, and all of the royal jewels, taking the moniker “King George” literally.

Photo courtesy of Samantha Huls

St Mary’s Strip

If you want to visit several amazing murals all at once, walking around the St. Mary’s Strip would be the place to do it.  St. Mary’s Strip is known for its music, food, and walkability.

It’s time to get outside and explore since mural searching can become a family adventure. Remember that street art is constantly evolving. A Have a wonderful time!

A Weekend Full of Fun, Glitz, and Beads!

FREE to the Public!

Marvel as the River Walk becomes a floating Mardi Gras festival! The Arneson River Theatre will feature live performances during the event. Mardi Gras is celebrated in San Antonio style by krewes of costumed revelers. Bring the whole family along for a fun-filled weekend!

Photo courtesy of San Antonio River Walk

There will be 2 occasions to watch the Bud Light Mardi Gras River Parade on February 18th.

  • 2-3PM (Museum Reach)
  • 5-6PM (Downtown) 

Hop on for food trucks, artisanal markets, entertainment, and live music! For more details about the event, please visit  www.thesanantonioriverwalk.com/events/mardi-gras-river-parade

Join us as we watch a parade of 12 themed floats carrying dressed-up performers travel down the River in San Antonio. Don’t forget to showcase your best Mardi Gras outfit! See you there!

Celebrate Love at San Antonio

You can always find a lot of things to do together when you are in love.

San Antonio might not be the first place that springs to mind when thinking of a Valentine’s Day celebration, but it is nonetheless a desirable location for couples of all ages.

Take your partner to some of the most romantic locations Downtown San Antonio has to offer. 

Take on the Scenic Night Tour and River Walk Cruise

Photo by Weston M.

Have a unique view on San Antonio at 623 feet!  Get carried away to the top of Texas’ tallest observation tower, the Tower of the Americas Observation Deck, where you can enjoy in breathtaking views of the downtown skyline lit up at night.

After taking in the magnificent panorama, take your loved one on a special dinner for two at your preferred Riverwalk restaurant before setting off on a romantic evening river cruise that passes numerous areas of interest, including the historic Old Mill Crossing and La Villiata, the city’s original district.

San Antonio Botanical Garden

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One of San Antonio’s most popular romantic places is the San Antonio Botanical Garden, where you can spend time with your love one while also taking in the great outdoors. The beauty of this location will make the ideal setting for a romantic getaway. Enjoy a night of dancing, beverages, and desserts to celebrate all the love. Enjoy remixes of favorite songs from every era and dance the night away in The Betty Kelso Center at this adults-only Valentine’s party in the SA Botanical Garden.

Visit www.sabot.org/events/cupids-cocktails/ to know more.

Visit Fredericksburg Wine Tour and binge together

Photo by Fredericksburg

This romantic trip includes a drive through the Texas Hill Country and time in the charming town of Fredericksburg following two wine tastings at nearby wineries.

Over 100 wineries and vineyards may be found in the Texas Hill Country, and Fredericksburg, Texas, is where Texas Wine Country is centered.

Texas Wine Country is home to numerous wineries that have a history of creating wines that have won accolades from all around the world. The mustang grape, a native to the area, was utilized to make wines by the first inhabitants in Fredericksburg.

Watch movies together at Alamo Drafthouse

Photo by Christina House

Whatever sort of film you’re searching for this Valentine’s Day weekend, your favorite local Alamo Drafthouse is the place to be. Grab your date by the hand and make your way to this well-known destination for couples.

Take a side trip to the historic ‘Alamo’. This place has a rich history and a heritage to inspire, having existed under five flags of separate nations and served as a garrison for five different armies.

Grab a photo in front of the famous fountain at the McNay Art Museum

Photo by McNay Art Museum

Romantic couples frequently use the fountain in front of the McNay Art Museum as the setting for photographs and bridal photos.   Over 22,000 American and European works of art, stretching from the Renaissance to the present, are among its impressive collection of over 22,000 pieces. On the second Thursday of each month, there is live music, local food trucks serve beer, and there are free tours of the museum and its surroundings.

Walk over the renowned Selena’s Bridge

Photo by Jamhui

Selena’s Bridge stands out as the most well-liked of the lovely footbridges in the River Walk community, especially among couples. It is named after the Mexican-American singer Selena Quintanilla, who was born in Texas. People have been traveling to this bridge to reenact a pivotal sequence from the 1997 biopic Selena, which starred Jennifer Lopez in the lead role.

Watch a show at ‘Old but Gold’ Majestic Theater

Photo by Mike Hume

With a stunning art deco interior and an uniquely classical façade, the Majestic Theater more than lives up to its name and has been added to the National Register of Historic Places and designated as a National Historic Landmark. The Majestic is the oldest, largest, and most opulent theater in San Antonio. In addition to Broadway productions, concerts, and symphonies, it continues to present the best performers and acts today, having debuted in 1929. 

Biggest Event of the Year Cowboy Up Y’All!

Catch the Biggest Event of the Year at San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo 2023!

With more than two million attendees annually, the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo in San Antonio, Texas, USA, has become one of the major events in the city and one of the top Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) rodeos in the country. It draws the top rodeo competitors and bucking stock in the globe and has won the PRCA Large Indoor Rodeo of the Year title for 14 years running. World-class entertainment, kid-friendly educational activities and exhibits, a carnival, shopping, and cattle and horse shows are all featured at the event.

Photo by Dulcey Lima

The Alamo and the Riverwalk are just as much a part of San Antonio’s identity as the Rodeo and Stock Show, which explains why the event’s tickets frequently sell out especially considering that the concerts are slated to feature some of the biggest stars in rock, country, pop, and R&B!

The San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo will be held February 9-26, 2023, at the AT&T Center/Freeman Coliseum fairgrounds.

For more details about the event, please visit www.sarodeo.com

Let The Good Times Roll!

Bowling is a resurgent classic pastime and fashion fad. This used to be a popular weekend activity for many people. If you’re looking for a fun activity in San Antonio with your friends or families, try a game (or two!) of bowling at one of these downtown locations:



A long-running bowling alley located in 13307 San Pedro Ave is Bowlero. It used to be the premier bowling alley in Alamo city. Since it has kept up with modernization, it is indeed remains that way now. The San Antonio bowling alley has 48 lanes, as well as an arcade, a sports bar, and other amenities.

Photo by Bowlero


Bowling leagues are a great way to spend your spare time with friends, co-workers or family. The Leon Valley neighborhood of San Antonio, Texas, is home to the family-run Bandera Bowling Center.  They offer fantastic birthday celebrations, league bowling, as well as a bar and cafe to feed those ravenous bowlers!

Photo by Bandera Bowling Center


Featuring 44 lanes for your amusement, Astro SuperBowl is located in 3203 Harry Wurzbach Rd. Astro SuperBowl recently underwent modifications, including new flat-screen TVs, ball returns, and scoring monitors. They also provide a complete snack bar with a wide selection of dishes, including finger foods like cheese sticks and french fries.

Photo by Astro Bowl


Bowl & Barrel is a posh bowling alley in San Antonio and is a great place to bring friends, family, and coworkers together to bowl. When we say posh, we mean having access to fine dining, premium beverages, and bowling.

Photo by Bowl & Barrel


In downtown neighborhood, Main Event has bowling lanes for both experienced players and beginners. When you’ve had your fill of bowling for the evening, there’s always more to enjoy at Main Event. All locations provide billiards, along with karaoke if you feel like belting out a few tunes. Even laser tag, rock climbing, and mini golf are available in some places. For your gaming pleasure, each location offers a game floor with over 100 games, including both classic and contemporary arcade games.

Photo by Main Event

Now that you are aware of the bowling alleys in San Antonio, you can prepare for National Bowling Day on August 14. So take advantage of any bowling specials, arrive to one of these lanes early to beat the crowds.

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