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Things To Do in San Antonio, TX
Tee off at the home of the First Texas Open: Brackenridge Park Golf Course. Located in the heart of San Antonio, Brackenridge Park Golf Course was named one of the top courses in Texas by Golf Advisor in 2015. This course was the first to be inducted into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame and is now its home. Test your skill at the historic Brackenridge Park Golf Course today.
Rouse your senses and check out San Antonio's newest live music club dedicated to all things Rock n' Roll at The Amp Room near the south end of Brackenridge Park. You will witness first-hand their special nod to the vintage guitar amplifiers that helped make and continue to make the music you love accompanied with those familiar and choice drinks that helped make memories. The Amp Room revs up live bands, sexy vibe and decor, great patio and friendly service in the heart of St. Mary's Strip. It is certainly a great place to hang out especially on a Wednesday and Thursday night when they are playing 80s and 90s, new wave, rock and dark hits. Their bartenders are both accommodating and personable and will help make the evening perfect.
Get ready to view jaw-dropping oddities and artifacts from around the world at Ripley's Believe It or Not! Inspired by the world-famous Robert Ripley, the notorious cartoonist, traveler, adventurer and overall man-of-the-hour in the 1930s and '40s, his legacy continues here. Immerse yourself in this interactive museum of one-of-a-kind finds, where you will see shrunken heads, fertility statues, the largest collection of the Berlin Wall in the world, the mortician's toe tag from Lee Harvey Oswald, a two-trunked elephant, a 512-pound iron meteorite and the mummified head of American cannibal Alfred Packer.