FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Alamo is Offering Special After-Hours Summer Tours
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Jonathan Huhn, Alamo Trust, Inc.
Office (210) 225-1391x6064
Mobile (210) 867-7717
The Alamo is offering special after-hours tours this summer for families to learn about the history of the Alamo in a fun and interactive way. This is in addition to its normal operating hours and free entry into the Alamo Church and Long Barrack.
On June 17, the Alamo will provide a unique opportunity for guests for a rare behind-the-scenes Vault Tour. With an Alamo Curator as your guide, visitors will be able to see the site's artifacts currently not on display or seen by the public within the Alamo vault. This tour also includes a look at the history of the Alamo and Mission San Antonio de Valero. You will be guided through the original buildings and grounds where the famous Battle of the Alamo was fought, revealing the story of the Battle and taking you to key battlefield locations hidden today under San Antonio's streets. Click here for tickets.
On June 24, the Alamo will hold its "The Alamo: A Story Bigger Than Texas" after-hours guided tour that showcases the 300-year history of the site through highlights from the Alamo Collection. During the rare after-hours tour, you will view unique artifacts you won't see anywhere else. Your exclusive visit will include a personalized tour of the Church and the Alamo Exhibit after normal operating hours. The after-hours tour offers an unforgettable experience and will also be offered on July 8 and August 12. Discounts available for Friends of the Alamo members. Click here for tickets.
What: The Alamo Vault Tour - and - A Story Bigger Than Texas After-Hours Tour
Who: Public - Tickets Required
When: Vault Tour - June 17th 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
A Story Bigger Than Texas After-Hours Tour - June 24th 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Where: The Alamo
300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205
About Alamo Trust, Inc. | Located in the heart of San Antonio, the Alamo serves as a sacred memorial to all those who lived, fought and died there. Visitors pay homage to the heroes of the 1836 Battle of the Alamo, a defining moment in Texas History. Alamo Trust, Inc., or the Alamo, tells that story of Texas independence, as part of its 300-year history to over 1.6 million visitors every year. To visit the Alamo is to witness living history, experience authentic artifacts and admire an iconic landmark that shaped the country. Visit theAlamo.org.