Shopping
in San Antonio, TX (showing 1 - 12 out of 21)

Let’s be serious, no vacation is complete before hitting the best local stores in the area. We’re not talking just about souvenirs, but specialized stores with sports memorabilia, farmer’s markets, outlets, shopping centers, and high-end boutiques to satisfy every budget and need.

The area is thriving with local stores and national chains, all within driving distance. Take a look at the options around you and visit them all!

Alamo Antique Mall

125 Broadway St
San Antonio, TX 78205   Directions

(210) 224-4354

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Are you an antiques lover searching for something special or just looking around while taking an afternoon stroll around town? Visit the Alamo Antique Mall and explore all three floors teeming with collectibles, glassware, furtniture, jewelry, silver coins, magazines, records, western, consignment, estate liquidation, military artifacts, and more hidden treasures. 

 

 

Alamo Bike Shop

1016 N Flores St
San Antonio, TX 78212   Directions

(210) 226-2453

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Explore the great scenery and many points of interest in beautiful San Antonio while riding a bike with the help of your sponsor and host, Alamo Bike Rentals headquartered in the Downtown area. They will provide you with an easy and fun way to tour the city, because they too are home-grown bikers who love the trail.

Need a new bike or repair an old one? Even if it's only a one-day or one-week rental, they are ready to make you pedal-ready any day, including sight-seeing tours, and a pickup and delivery service to your hotel or bed and breakfast. With on-site assistance and repair, there's nothing to worry about your cycling adventure except having enough time to ride.
 

Alamo Quarry Market

255 E Basse Rd Ste 400
San Antonio, TX 78209   Directions

(210) 824-8885

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Be sure to make the rounds at The Alamo Quarry Market, a lifestyle center located in north central San Antonio that once functioned as a cement factory until it was abandoned. Since then it has been redeveloped into a thriving market with a Regal Cinema theater and retail businesses that include specialty stores and fine-dining restaurants.

The Quarry still maintains the facade of the cement factory with its most notable feature and landmark - the four historical smokestacks that can be seen from several miles away. Another popular feature is the life-sized, brightly colored cow statues from the Cow Parade that are scattered throughout the market place. This is a "must visit" destination. 

Buckhorn Museum Curio Store

318 E Houston St
San Antonio, TX 78205   Directions

(210) 247-4000

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Sashay over to the heart of Downtown San Antonio, two blocks from the Alamo and take your rightful place at The Buckhorn Saloon & Museum, known for good conversation, great food and spectacular wildlife exhibits. The saloon houses a Café, Gift Shop, Shooting Gallery and two museums: the Buckhorn Museum and the Texas Ranger Museum.

See if you can still hear the echoes of Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders who were reputed to be frequent visitors to this pioneer establishment. The Buckhorn Museum features mounted wildlife from all over the world, including mammals, birds and fish. The animals represent over 520 species of wildlife, including fish from the seven seas and animals from every continent.

Huebner Oaks

11745 W Interstate Hwy-10
San Antonio, TX 78230   Directions

(210) 265-5255

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Stroll over to Huebner Oaks for an exquisite experience of a classic and beautiful lifestyle shopping center that features prominent national fashion retailers. There you can find your favorite fashion, gift and homewares shops along with casual dining and that particular movie you've been waiting to emerge on the big screen.

Check out the latest sales while you grab a cup of apple cider, cozy up to the relaxing ambience and smile knowing that you have a season full of new styles ahead of you. Learn how to transition your wardrobe from season to season with new accessories to give your style an update. Get your little mini me ready with these top outerwear trends for kids.

Ingram Park Mall

6301 NW Loop 410
San Antonio, TX 78238   Directions

(210) 523-1228

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Travel back to the future with an inspiring visit to Ingram Park Mall, a super regional shopping center located in the northwest section of San Antonio on Ingram Road. Their impressive interior and exterior renovations with a timeless color palette and clean architectural lines create a modern, bright, inviting shopping experience.

Shop and enjoy their expanded Dining Pavilion, remodeled restrooms, six new seating lounges with mobile device charging stations for you to relax and recharge in a comfortable space during shopping breaks, and a new 1,080 square-foot play area with a designated toddler section. 

 

Kings X Toy Soldiers Store

Inside Menger Hotel:206 Alamo Plaza
San Antonio, TX 78205   Directions

(210) 226-7000

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March to the drum of a different beat at Kings X Toy Soldiers Store in the Alamo Heights neighborhood of San Antonio. This shop is totally dedicated to all-metal, hand-painted military miniature soldiers and fighting vehicles. A shop where visitors claimed it to be the coolest place and most certainly, not what they had ever expected.

The detail and craftsmanship is incredible and the owner and employees are at the same time truly informative, attentive and helpful, especially to aficionados of the miniature toy world who have at least a million questions. Kings X is one of a select group of upmarket shops in the recently renovated Menger Hotel located in the heart of San Antonio historic Alamo Plaza.
 

La Villita Historical Arts Village

418 Villita St
San Antonio, TX 78205   Directions

(210) 207-8614

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Take one the most fascinating walks through La Villita Historical Arts Village close to the River Walk where amazing discoveries laced with nearly 300 years of history are waiting for you. You will find many unique tales and the veritable cornerstone piece of San Antonio’s foundation, including shops and boutiques strewn among a stunning cultural art hub.

This quintessential “little village” has served as home, refuge and opportunity for people throughout the ages. As you walk the cobble-stoned streets, you'll encounter the spirit of La Villita within legendary artistic traditions envisioned nearly 90 years ago. Join the millions before you who found cool, shady places along the banks of blossoming native trees.

Lucchese Boot Company

255 E Basse Rd
San Antonio, TX 78209   Directions

(210) 828-9419

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Find out why your boots were made for walking and shuffle on over to Lucchese Boot Company near the Quarry Golf Course in San Antonio where these Texas-bred artisans use time-honored craftsmanship techniques to create handmade boots of unrivaled quality, fit, comfort and style. In virtually every step of their process, human hands complete centuries-old tasks to perfection.

Lucchese boot crafting expertly guides the needle through the leather by hand, creating the remarkable stitch patterns that make these boots sought after from around the country and the world. When one thinks of extreme craftsmanship and artistic Texan élan, the name Lucchese Boot Company is always close at hand.  

Market Square

514 W Commerce St
San Antonio, TX 78207   Directions

(210) 207-8600

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Enjoy the sights and flavors of old Mexico at Historic Market Square, a favorite of locals and tourists for generations, located adjacent to the River Walk and within walking distance from the Alamo. Explore and take your time as you browse through more than 100 locally-owned shops and stalls inside a festive mall famously described as the largest Mexican market outside Mexico. 

There you will find authentic Talavera pottery, exotic curios and handcrafted works of art. You may opt to stay for gourmet Mexican cuisine at nearby Mi Tierra and La Margarita restaurants, or simply kick back at the Farmers Market Food Court to enjoy the many cultural and musical shows on the local stage.

North Star Mall

7400 San Pedro Ave
San Antonio, TX 78216   Directions

(210) 340-6627

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Follow the Lone Star of Texas to find your way to North Star Mall where they offer a variety of services and amenities from free wi-fi to stroller rentals all to ensure that you will have the best shopping experience. With over 200 specialty stores, North Star and the biggest Texas-sized cowboy boots on the planet are located at Loop 4410 and San Pedro in the Uptown District. 

Explore restaurant and dining options that are always a great choice for family night out or that perfect date night. Feel good and proud about their commitment to reduce our impact on the planet and to treat every day like Earth Day by having saved enough water to fill almost 100 Olympic-size swimming pools and enough energy to power 80,000 homes.

Paris Hatters

119 Broadway St
San Antonio, TX 78205   Directions

(210) 223-3453

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Prepare to be awed and amazed at family-owned and operated Paris Hatters, world famous for their expertise in providing a variety of quality custom-fitted and shaped hats with outstanding cleaning and blocking services. Located right around the corner from the Alamo, they are the oldest surviving retail business in downtown San Antonio. 

Selling more than 9,000 hats per year, this place is a "must visit" for every high hat connoisseur if only to marvel at the décor that includes the original, 1930s hand-cranking cash register, antique wooden hat blocks and steaming equipment chugging out huge clouds of steam over the shop creating an aura as unique as the hats they craft.
 

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