Western States Fire Protection

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(210) 967-4731

141 Windy Meadows Dr
San Antonio, TX 78154
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Things To Do in San Antonio, TX

Village At Stone OakVillage At Stone Oak

Visit the Village at Stone Oak, an open-air shopping picturesque venue that provides an upscale shopping experience like no other. This popular destination is home to a wide variety of traditional retailers such as Super Target, Hobby Lobby, World Market, Kirkland's, DSW, Party City, as well as many great fashion center stores. Spend the day browsing and buying then relax on the patio with your favorite cocktail or cold refreshing drink as you soak up the tranquil sounds of the nearby waterfall.    

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Sisters Grimm Ghost ToursSisters Grimm Ghost Tours

Located outside the historic Menger Hotel, Sisters Grimm Ghost Tours bring history to life. Take a tour in the original Ghost Tour Bus and walk through haunted houses of old San Antonio. For the bravest of souls, there's the Dinner Tour: dinner and a tour of the most haunted hotel in all of Texas! Reserve your tour with Sisters Grim Ghost Tours before it's too late.

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The AlamoThe Alamo

In the heart of downtown San Antonio you'll find the heart of Texas independence: The Alamo. Originally a mission, The Alamo is best known for The Battle of the Alamo in 1836, where a rag-tag army of Texas settlers fought for independence against Mexican rule. Now The Alamo is a World Heritage Site, open nearly all year to guests from all over the globe. Visit San Antonio's most well-known, and photographed, historical structure today.

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Texas Folklife FestivalTexas Folklife Festival

For three days in June, the Texas Folklife Festival celebrates diversity through authentic ethnic cuisine, music, dance, arts, and crafts from the many countries that make up the rich heritage of Texas. Located in the Texas Institute of Cultures on the grounds of UTSA's Hemifair Campus, the Texas Folklife Festival allows you to experience new cultures in person.  Get your tickets today so you can experience the shared history of Texas and how you are part of a much bigger tapestry.

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