Earlier this summer, we started construction to install security bollards to make Alamo Plaza safer and more secure for your next visit. This process requires select areas of the plaza to be fenced while our archaeologists and engineers work on improving site security.
Starting on Monday, August 5, we will be adding an additional fenced area at the northwest corner of Alamo Plaza, near the iconic Alamo Cenotaph.
Like with the rest of the construction, this will not impact visitor traffic at the Alamo. The Alamo will remain free and open to the public. Visitors will still have the ability to freely move around all sides of the Cenotaph and access to it will not be restricted.
Preserving the Alamo is a long-term project. We encourage you to follow Official Alamo on social media for updates on preservation projects and construction.
For any questions on construction, please contact the Texas General Land Office at 1 (800) 998–4456.