Cave Without A Name is one of nature's magnificent masterpieces containing six cavernous rooms filled with enormous clusters of stalactites and stalagmites, delicate soda straws, rimstone dams, and unique flowstone.    Get coupon

April 25, 2020 (7 pm) - An Evening with Slaid Cleves Austin-based Americana songwriter/singer and guitarist Slaid Cleaves will delight the Throne Room audience with his music rooted in country and traditional folk songs. GET DETAILS


New exhibits and a vast array of traveling exhibits keep things fresh, fun and exciting all year long. With over 100 hands-on exhibits, a state-of-the-art Space Theater and KinderStudio area for kids under 6 years-old, you'll find mind-bending fun for all ages. Get coupon

Now through May 17, 2020 - Amazing Butterflies! Discover the mysterious life cycle of butterflies with this interactive exhibit in a maze setting. Become a caterpillar and find your way through a secret, wild world. As you navigate the terrain filled with challenges around every twist and turn, take on puzzles, games and exciting interactives. GET DETAILS

March 16 - 20, 2020 - Spring Break Spectacular A fun-filled week of themed activities for all ages, exploring the science behind secret agents and spies! We’ll kick off Saturday, 3/14 by celebrating Einstein’s birthday and Pi Day with “pi” of all kinds to celebrate math. GET DETAILS


Museum features the art and artifacts of the cultures and Plains and Pueblo cultures of the Southwest. Collections include fine art by author and artist, Thomas E. Mails, Perry Null Game Animal Collection, and Bob Jones Indigenous Birds of the High Plains.  Get coupon

July 2020: The 76th Anniversary of the Kwahadi Dancers Join the Kwahadis for performances at the museum. Check back for details.


Step back in time to 1800s Texas at Pioneer Farms, on five restored, working homesites where costumed interpreters recreate life just like it was. Get coupon

February 21-23 and 26-29, 2020 (8 pm - 10 pm): "The Man of Destiny" Stage Play - Who was Napoleon before he became an Emperor? Find out in this hilarious, intimate comedy by George Bernard Shaw. Join us in an 18th century tavern setting for an evening of raucous, witty fun and watch the ultimate battle of the sexes. An 1890s stage play in an historic dance hall. The Archive Theater partners with Pioneer Farms to bring you a very special production. GET DETAILS

2020: Pioneer It Yourself - D.Y.I. Workshops and classes to expand your horizons, learn new skills from Farm and Garden, Culinary, and Trades to Ceramics, Heritate and Textiles. GET DETAILS


The San Antonio Zoo is home to over 9,000 animals from 750 different species and sits in an old limestone quarry basin, which serves as a natural backdrop for much of the Zoo. The Zoo has great interactive exhibit such as Africa Live!, with underwater views of hippos and Nile crocodiles, the Nature Spot is a mini zoo designed especially for children ages five and younger, and many more.  Get coupon

March 28 & 29, 2020: Monarch Festival - Celebrating all things monarchs, milkweed, and migration! Receive free native milkweed and native nectar plant seeds, participate in fun games and crafts, and learn how you can help end the extinction of the monarch butterfly. Included with single day tickets. In 2017 the city of San Antonio was named the first Monarch Champion City by the National Wildlife Federation. GET DETAILS


Children and adults discover and learn to sustain the natural world at Texas Discovery Gardens, a 7.5 acre organic botanic garden. Our two-story Rosine Smith Sammons Butterfly House and Insectarium transports you to a tropical rainforest, complete with hundreds of free-flying butterflies. Get coupon

March 16-20, 2020 (11 am - 3:30 pm) - Spring Break Safari Week: Get out of the house and into the gardens with your family during Spring Break. Enjoy discovery-themed activities and crafts each day! Included with admission. GET DETAILS

April 11, 2020 (9:30 am - 12 pm) - Butterfly Gardening Workshop: If you plant it, they will come! Discover how easy it is 
to attract native butterflies with Gardens Manager Kerry Gray-Harrison & Entomologist John Watts. Bring home 
a starter flat of host and nectar plants. $60, $48/members. Learn how to best create the garden for optimum plant health and flowering. GET DETAILS