The Battle of the Alamo wasn't a fight between Texans and Mexicans -- it was a struggle between tyranny and liberty. Starting Feb. 21, this epic tale will be told from a different perspective, focusing on the Tejanos who fought and died in the battle.
Standing Their Ground: Tejanos at the Alamo will honor the Tejano Alamo defenders as well as the Tejano and Tejana survivors, revealing them to Texans today with an exhibit of details culled from their own writings, rare documents and historic artifacts.
PHOTOGRAPHY IS NOT ALLOWED AT THE EXHIBIT.
DATE: February through June 2014
TIME: Every Day 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
LOCATION: Alamo Shrine
COST: The exhibit is free
REMINDER: Visitors are asked to be silent and respectful in the Shrine. No photography allowed.