Upcoming Events and Things to Do in San Antonio:
Looking for things to do in San Antonio with your kids? Looking for things to do in San Antonio this weekend and in the coming weeks? We are your guide to good times.
2014 AT&T Championship: Golf legends will take to the greens this weekend, Friday, October 24 -Sunday, October 26 for the 30th annual AT&T Championship presented by Alcatel Lucent. The top thirty golfers on the Champions Tour money list are all slated to play in the event. From past champions Freddie “Boom Boom” Couples, Fred Funk, Mark McNulty and John Cook to crowd favorites like Esteban Toledo, Steve Elkington and Corey Pavin, the field will be filled with the best seasoned pros in the business on the beautiful TPC San Antonio course. It’s great to add to your family things to do in San Antonio for the weekend. It’s also a free event in San Antonio for active duty and retired military, as well as first responders. Tickets are being sold by local charities through the Champions FORE Charity program for $10 in advance of the tournament, with proceeds benefiting those charities.
Tickets will be sold at the gate for $20 on the days of Championship play. For more information, visit www.attchamp.com.
13th Floor Haunted House: Rated the best haunt in the nation, 13th Floor is located at Sunset Station in San Antonio and should be on your list of fun things to do in San Antonio. As they say, “Step inside, take a ride, and travel through the 13th floor, visit the current occupants who call it their ‘home,’ witness the oddities and strange occurrences that have created the legend of the 13th floor and discover why it continues to be one of the world’s greatest mysteries.” The once-living Mr. Hollows, John Doe, Frank and La Llorona make themselves very known when guests least expect in as they travel through the halls of 13th Floor. It’s a can’t-miss event in San Antonio. Doors of the 13th Floor are open through the second weekend in November. Tickets are available online at www.13thfloorsanantonio.com.
San Antonio Auto and Truck Show: Of course we are going to mention The Show! There is something for everyone to enjoy at the San Antonio Auto & Truck Show. From energy efficient urban vehicles to super luxury vehicles like the Aston Martin and Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible to the old classic cars that we know and love, it tops the list on fun things to do in San Antonio. This year’s show includes a special Spurs display, a Kids Zone and the inaugural Green Truck Award. It will be held from November 6-9 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, with a full schedule online at www.saautoshow.staging.wpengine.com. Join thousands of visitors and explore the latest and greatest from dozens of manufacturers across the nation!
Buy your ticket today at www.saautoshow.staging.wpengine.com/tickets.
WurstFest: If you’re looking for events in the San Antonio area, but not quite in San Antonio, go take a spin at Wurstfest, where the crowds are rowdy and the German brews are flowing. It’s a lively, annual celebration from November 7-16 in New Braunfels celebrates the German culture and includes the likes of polka music, an array of beers, carnival rides and games, German, Texan and domestic beer, the best of the best in Alpine and Bavarian-style entertainment. Tickets can be purchased at www.wurstfest.com.
Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch: The Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch offers a wild and exciting drive through an African safari with a little Texas twist. People of all ages may enter the park 362 days out of the year to experience Texas’ most recognized family entertainment attractions. The animals love the cool weather around this time of year, so grab your safari hats, and join for an adventure of a lifetime!
Six Flags Fiesta Texas: Get your heart racing on the roller coasters at Six Flags Fiesta Texas this fall. Take advantage of the beautiful weather that’s finally hit San Antonio after a hot summer, and head on out to the park for a day. If you already have a season pass, this Friday you may bring a friend for only $9.99! If not, no worries. There is also a fall sale going on that offers free visits for the rest of 2014 when you buy your 2015 pass now!