Bus Tours in San Antonio, Texas

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Guided tours of the interior of the “Texas Whitehouse” are canceled per the National Park Service due to needed repairs. However, guests can still explore the LBJ Ranch grounds, view exhibition pieces and artifacts in the JetStar Hangar, watch an award-winning 14-minute film, and get a picture with LBJ’s infamous JetStar aka “Air Force One-Half.”

Travel along the beautiful, scenic backroads of the Texas Hill Country, with a stop at Johnson City where you'll visit LBJ's boyhood home. Only a short distance away is the town of Stonewall, the peach capital of Texas and home to the Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site. Enjoy a tour of the LBJ Ranch, located along the picturesque Pedernales River.

During your tour, you will discover how the German migration of the 1840s and 1850s influenced the development of this picturesque area. You will hear about the role of the Texas cowboy and the great cattle drives from South Texas to mid-western markets, and you'll learn about the legacies of both LBJ—America’s 36th President—and Lady Bird, his beloved wife.

We will visit the old German town of Fredericksburg, where you can visit the Nimitz Museum & National Museum of the Pacific War. If you prefer, you can shop and eat lunch at an authentic German Biergarten, or go to a wine tasting. This Fredericksburg part of the tour is flexible, so you can do whatever pleases you!

We will stop and take in the storied musical history of the colorful town of Luckenbach, made world-famous by Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Jerry Jeff Walker, Gary P Nunn, Hondo Crouch, and many more artists and colorful characters.

Finally, we will discuss the development of the Texas wine industry as we drive through Texas vineyards and visit one of the area's award-winning local wineries.

We’ll be traveling from San Antonio, now the 7th largest city in the US, to the north, up to US Highway 281 into the heart of the great German migration of the 19th century.

After reservation is complete please follow voucher instructions to call Gray Line directly 48 hours prior to your tour departure to confirm your reservation. Details
TripAdvisor user rating 4.50 out of 5
316 Reviews
$109.00
Experience the beauty & history of the beginnings of the great city of San Antonio. Visit the Spanish influences near the river named in honor of San Antonio de Padua. Travel to Mission San José, Mission Concepción, Mission San Juan, and Mission San Francisco de Espada on this guided, half-day sightseeing tour. Watch birds and wildlife along the new Mission Riverwalk HIke & Bike Trail. Enjoy mission silhouettes with Spanish and Moorish influenced architecture against the South Texas Sky. Experience Mission life at Mission San Jose & the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park Visitor Center. See the 270-year old Espada acequia (irrigation system) with its dam and aqueduct that is still in use today. This is truly a gem of a tour.

Morning (A.M.) Tour is approx. from 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM.

Afternoon (P.M.) Tour is approx. from 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM.

After reservation is complete please follow voucher instructions to call Gray Line directly 48 hours prior to your tour departure to confirm your reservation. Details
TripAdvisor user rating 4.50 out of 5
316 Reviews
$65.00

Taste San Antonio Food Tour

San Antonio Detours • San Antonio, South Texas
Taste traditional Tex-Mex flavors that locals love, as well as modern dishes that are wowing foodies all over America on the Taste San Antonio Food Tour! A knowledgeable guide will answer questions you may have about the menu items, as well as provide insight into the city's energetic culinary scene. With shareable plates and multi-course tastings, there is no better way to try the most celebrated cuisine in San Antonio! Details
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$60.00
Travel along the beautiful, scenic backroads of the Texas Hill Country, with a brief stop at the LBJ National Historic Park Visitor Center in Johnson City. After, you'll visit the town of Stonewall, the peach capital of Texas and home to the Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site. Enjoy a tour of the LBJ Ranch, located along the picturesque Pedernales River.

During your tour, you will discover how the German migration of the 1840s and 1850s influenced the development of this picturesque area. You will hear about the role of the Texas cowboy, and the great cattle drives from South Texas to mid-western markets, and you'll learn about the legacies of both LBJ—America’s 36th President—and Lady Bird, his beloved wife.

We will visit the quaint German town of Fredericksburg, known for great shopping, western & regional art, biergartens, bratwurst, Texas-European fusion furniture, and home & ranch decor. In this picturesque little town is where you can visit the Nimitz Museum & National Museum of the Pacific War. If you prefer, you can shop and eat lunch at an authentic German biergarten, or go to a wine tasting (or 2!), or sample award-winning beer at the Fredericksburg Brewery. We make this Fredericksburg part of the tour flexible, so you'll have time to browse the town and do whatever pleases you!

We will stop and take in the storied musical history of the colorful town of Luckenbach, made world-famous by Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Jerry Jeff Walker, Gary P Nunn, Hondo Crouch, and many more artists and colorful characters.

Finally, we will discuss the development of the Texas wine industry as we drive through Texas vineyards and visit one of the area's award-winning local wineries. (Optional)
We’ll be traveling from Austin, one of the fastest-growing cities in the US, to the west, on Highway 290 into the heart of the great German migration of the 19th century.

Until further notice, guided tours of the interior of the “Texas Whitehouse” are canceled per the National Park Service due to needed repairs. However, guests can still explore the LBJ Ranch grounds, view exhibition pieces and artifacts in the JetStar Hangar, watch an award-winning 14-minute film, and get a picture with LBJ’s infamous JetStar aka “Air Force One-Half.”

After reservation is complete please follow voucher instructions to call Gray Line directly 48 hours prior to your tour departure to confirm your reservation. Details
TripAdvisor user rating 4.50 out of 5
316 Reviews
$109.00
This immersive city tour is both part of a 2-Part tour. It is the perfect way to get the grand overview of old San Antonio, its rich history & culture. Play Texas Trivia along the way with your guide! Your experience starts downtown, see Hemisfair Park, original La Villita, the downtown architecture, Sunset Station, St. Paul Square, Paris Hatters, the theatre district, Briscoe Western Art Museum, Alamodome, Rivercenter Mall, Alamo Plaza & historic hotels, Buckhorn Saloon & Hall of Horns, Geekdom, JFK Parade Route on the day before his assassination, Gunter Hotel - and the history of bluesman Robert Johnson's rare recordings in San Antonio, San Fernando Catherdral, Main Plaza, Plaza de Armas, City Hall, Tobin Performing Arts Center, Southwest School of Art, Red Enchilada - Central Library, Lunch at El Mercado - old Mexican market, stop at San Antonio River locks, Pearl Brewery Redevelopment, the Museum District and 3 Museums, Brackenridge Park, San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio Botanical Garden, McNay Art Museum, San Antonio Zoo, stop at Japanese Tea Garden, major universities, Union Stock Yards, UNESCO World Heritage Site: Mission Concepcion, Southtown, Blue Star Arts Complex, Alamo Plaza and the story of Emily Morgan and General Santa Ana. Tour ends at the Alamo or Selected Downtown Hotels (guest's choice).

After reservation is complete please follow voucher instructions to call Gray Line directly 48 hours prior to your tour departure to confirm your reservation. Details
TripAdvisor user rating 4.50 out of 5
316 Reviews
$109.00
This city tour is Part 1 of an optional 2 part tour. It is the perfect way to get a grand overview of old San Antonio, its rich history & culture. Your experience starts downtown: see Hemisfair Park, original La Villita; downtown architecture, Briscoe western art museum, Sunset Station; St. Paul Square; Paris Hatters; theatre district; Buckhorn Saloon and Hall of Horns, Briscoe Western Art Museum, Alamodome; Rivercenter Mall; Alamo Plaza & historic hotels; Paris Hatters; theatre district; Buckhorn Saloon & Hall of Horns; Geekdom; JFK Parade Route on the day before his assassination; Gunter Hotel - and the history of bluesman Robert Johnson's rare recordings in San Antonio; San Fernando Catherdral; Main Plaza; Plaza de Armas; City Hall; Tobin Performing Arts Center; Southwest School of Art; Red Enchilada - Central Library; Lunch at El Mercado - old Mexican market. Play Texas Trivia along the way. Tour ends at the Alamo or El Mercado (guest's choice).

Gray Line will pick you up at select downtown area hotels. Please contact Gray Line San Antonio 48 hours prior to your tour departure to confirm your reservation and ensure your hotel is on the list.

Tour details the history of the Downtown Reach, which includes: La Villita; Hemisfair; St. Paul Square; Alamo Plaza; Buckhorn Saloon & Hall of Horns; Geekdom; San Fernando Catherdral; Main Plaza; Plaza de Armas; City Hall; Tobin Performing Arts Center; Southwest School of Art; Red Enchilada - Central Library; San Francesco di Paola - Italian Neighborhood;

Lunch at El Mercado - old Mexican market is included.

Tour ends at the Alamo, El Mercado, or selected downtown hotel (guest's choice).

After reservation is complete please follow voucher instructions to call Gray Line directly 48 hours prior to your tour departure to confirm your reservation.
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316 Reviews
$65.00
This city tour is Part 2 of an optional 2 part tour. It is the perfect way to get a grand overview of old San Antonio, its rich history & culture. Your experience starts downtown with a stop at the San Antonio River locks followed by Pearl Brewery Redevelopment; Butterkrust Bakery; Doseum; Witte Museum; San Antonio Botanical Center; McNay Art Museum; Major Universities; Brackenridge Park, San Antonio Zoo & stop at Japanese Tea Garden; History of the Great Texas Cattle Trail Drives; Union Stockyards; UNESCO World Heritage Site - Mission Concepcion; Southtown; King William area. Tour ends at the Alamo or a selected downtown hotel (guest's choice).

Gray Line will pick you up at select downtown hotels. It is recommended that you contact us 12 hours in advance. The tour vehicle makes three (3) stops at San Antonio River locks, the Japanese Tea Garden, and the UNESCO world heritage site - Mission Concepcion.

The tour narrative details the history of the greater central city including Hemisfair Park, original La Villita; downtown architecture, Briscoe western art museum, Sunset Station; St. Paul Square; Paris Hatters; theatre district; Buckhorn Saloon and Hall of Horns, Briscoe Western Art Museum, Alamodome; Sunset Station; St. Paul Square; Rivercenter Mall; Alamo Plaza & historic hotels; Paris Hatters; theatre district; Buckhorn Saloon & Hall of Horns; Geekdom; San Fernando Catherdral; Main Plaza; Plaza de Armas; City Hall; Tobin Performing Arts Center; lunch at El Mercado - old Mexican market. Lunch at El Mercado - old Mexican market. Play Texas Trivia along the way. Tour ends at the Alamo or a selected downtown hotel (guest's choice).

After reservation is complete please follow voucher instructions to call Gray Line directly 48 hours prior to your tour departure to confirm your reservation. Details
TripAdvisor user rating 4.50 out of 5
316 Reviews
$65.00