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Attractions around Lake Medina

If you want to explore - here is a list of a few places to see near by

San Antonio Children's Museum

Short drive away is the best children's museum. The DoSeum is San Antonio's only museum just for children where kids can be kids and learn too. Kids can discovery hands on through interactive displays and experience new discoveries while promoting fun activities. Plan to spend a full afternoon here.


The Alamo

One of Texas most pivotal points in history - The Battle of the Alamo. In 1836 where Mexican troops launched a 13 day assault. Take a walking tour of the Alamo.


Cascade Caverns

A limestone cave just south of Boerne. Wonder the cave cathedral rooms that are 140 below surface. Texas' only cave with a natural waterfall. The cave is home to insects, bats and reptiles.


Wine Vineyards

A Texas Hill Country is also know for the many award winning Vineyards. Scattered from Austin to Fredericksburg to New Braunfels. Offering red and white vines with hometown hospitality and award-winning wines. Make sure to visit a few of the 40 wineries in the Texas Hill County.


River Walk

One of the main tourist attractions in Down Town San Antonio with plenty of restaurants and different assortment of restaurant. Or take a boat tour of the entire river walk.

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Hill Country Antique Shops

Fredericksburg, Bandera, Berney

The Texas Hill Country is a very popular source for antique stores. There are the best finds in the South. These 3 cities are not too far from each other and are known for vintage and antique shopping, boutiques and restaurants. This could be an all day trip.


San Antonio Botanical Garden

Visit the scenic gardens with over 38 acres of trails, a pond, rose and lots of native plants from the Texas Hill Country. There is also a glass observatory.


San Antonio Zoo

A 35-acre zoo that has a collection of about 3,500 animals representing over 750 species - a must see if you're in the San Antonio area.


Natural Bridge Caverns

Largest know caverns in Texas. The name comes from the 60ft natural limestone slab bridge that spans the largest cavern room in the entrance to the cave.