How Can We Help You?

Where can I park?

There are multiple parking options available in close proximity to the Alamo, including city-owned parking garages, surface lots, and street parking. For a comprehensive map of the surrounding parking areas, please refer to this link.

How much does it cost to visit the Alamo?

Admission to Alamo Church, Long Barrack, and grounds is always free. To make the most of your visit, you can book a guided tour led by an Alamo History Interpreter, a self-guided audio tour, or entry to the Ralston Family Collections Center to see artifacts to explore exhibits and artifacts from the Phil Collins Collection, the Donald and Louise Yena Spanish Colonial Collection, and more.

Pricing for these tours and experiences can be found on our tickets page. Discounts are available for Friends of the Alamo members, Military, First Responders, and Senior Citizens (65+). Members are the only group with free admission to the Ralston Family Collections Center, and we encourage you to become a member today!

Is a timed entry ticket necessary to enter the church?

While entry to the Alamo Church is free, guests must obtain a reserved ticket for a seamless experience. You can reserve your free timed entry here or at the Alamo Welcome Center.

How long does it take to tour the Alamo grounds?

The duration of a tour of the Alamo is subject to each guest's preferences and pace. Generally, one can explore the Alamo Church and grounds in roughly 30 minutes to an hour, though plan on more time if participating in other tours and experiences.

Are pets allowed on the premises?

The Alamo has a unique set of rules befitting its status as the Shrine of Texas Liberty and hallowed ground. To provide a safe and reverent atmosphere as well as preservation of historic structures for generations to come, we do not allow pets on Alamo grounds or in any of our buildings.

Trained service animals as defined under the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) are always welcome and are permitted to enter the Alamo grounds as well as historic buildings with their handlers. The Alamo's Service Animals Policy can be found here.

Is the Alamo accessible for people with disabilities?

Yes, the Alamo Church, Long Barrack, and Gift Shop are accessible to guests with disabilities. The Church’s exit does have stairs and staff will happily open the front door to assist wheelchairs, mobility scooters, and some strollers with exiting.

Whom should I contact to make modifications or cancellations to my current reservation?

Guests requiring adjustments to their reservation can reach out to the Group Sales Coordinator at (210) 225-1391 x3005 or send an email to tours@thealamo.org.

We are behind schedule and have a reservation. What should we do?

If you are running late for a scheduled visit, please notify the Group Sales Coordinator at (210) 225-1391 x3005 or email tours@thealamo.org and we will work to assist you as best we can.

Do you provide tours for those with visual or hearing limitations?

If you are in need of visual or hearing assistance for a tour, please contact tours@thealamo.org or contact the Group Sales Coordinator at (210) 225-1391 x3005 to look into alternative visiting options. You can find more information on our options on our Accessibility and Access page.