The Alamo Visitor Center and Museum, scheduled to open in 2027, will repurpose the historic Crockett and Woolworth buildings. The Visitor Center will also feature a 4D theater, special event space, rooftop restaurant, retail space, and will be home to the entire Phil Collins Texana Collection.
Governor Greg Abbott recently signed into law the more than $400 million appropriations request contained within the Texas State Budget for the Alamo Plan. This significant funding will play a crucial role in supporting the comprehensive restoration and revitalization efforts of the Alamo.
The funding allocated for the Visitor Center and Museum will ensure that visitors from around the world have access to a state-of-the-art facility that tells the complete story of the Alamo. This immersive experience will serve as a gateway to understanding the significance of the Alamo and its place in Texas history. The Museum will tell the full 300-year history of the Alamo through primary interpretive topics including:
- Indigenous Native American groups
- Spanish Colonial Settlement
- Independence and Revolution
- The Battle of the Alamo and its strategic significance
- How the Alamo was preserved from ruin to memorial
- San Antonio Civil Rights movement in the space where it happened in the Woolworth building