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Fandango Sundays in August!

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Battle For Texas: The Experience proudly presents FANDANGO SUNDAYS. Journey back to 1836 as you experience live-entertainment putting you amidst the street scenes of Old Town San Antonio. Listen as musicians play 1830’s inspired tunes, win prizes if you can beat the gambler at his game of choice, and prepare to be amazed as our 1830’s magician performs live show’s throughout the day. This theatrical adventure elicits entertainment in San Antonio prior to the fateful arrival of General Santa Anna. Take part in re-creating the lives of Texians in San Antonio’s early days as you immerse yourself in the celebration…

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Education in Action Promote Texas History throughout Summer

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Battle For Texas and Education in Action Promote Texas History throughout Summer ‘Edutainment’ programming now available in San Antonio and Austin SAN ANTONIO, TX (June 1, 2018) – The best way to learn something is to live it, and at its San Antonio museum-quality attraction entertainment destination, Battle For Texas: The Experience has provided interactive ways for thousands of visitors to engage with the story of Texas. Today, Battle For Texas and nonprofit Education in Action announced a collaboration that will allow both organizations to bring Texas history to life for students from across the state throughout the year. During…

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THE EXPERIENCE OFFERS NEW SPRING BREAK ADVENTURES

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Entertainment destination adds character breakfast, theatrical dining and more March, the month of Texas Independence Day, also means Spring Break for most of the state, and this year Battle For Texas: The Experience has special plans to liven up the annual vacation for guests of all interests. These new, engaging entertainment offerings will kick off with a family-friendly Breakfast with Crockett character dining experience. The breakfast offers guests an opportunity to enjoy a delicious meal with Davy Crockett, the kid-friendly Battle For Texas mascot Kid Crockett and his sidekick Raider the Raccoon, at the Republic of Texas restaurant along San…

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Special Hours 12/23- 12/30

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OPEN 7 DAYS/WEEK: Now open 2 hours earlier Monday through Saturday! Monday – Saturday: 10 AM – 6 PM Sunday: 12 PM – 6 PM Final entry is one hour prior to closing Gauntlet Experience open every day On Christmas Eve and New Years Eve, the museum will close at 5 PM. Have questions? Call the Box Office: 210-592-6825

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Night at the Muesum

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Experience the secrets of the Museum and witness it come alive during the lantern-lit tour! Hosted by the “night guard”, you’ll revel in the stories of Texas as mannequins from different cultures and lands come to life representing San Antonio in its early years. Guests join them in re-creating the final moments of the Battle of the Alamo in this epic adventure through 1836!        

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Yolo TX

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All you history buffs – Do you remember the Alamo? How does reliving the battle right before your eyes sound? Intrigued, yet? Well, plan your trip now because Battle for Texas: The Experience will take you through those final moments with a live re-enactment and for a limited time receive 20% off admission when you mention YOLO TX. YoloTX is a traveling show about entertainment, food and things to do across the great state of Texas. Join us weekly as we explore what Texas has to offer. http://yolotx.com/

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Launching New Mobile App to Enhance Visitors’ Experience

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Visitors can now enjoy an even more enhanced “experience” by downloading a mobile guide app from their iPhone or Android device either from iTunes or Google Play. “We’re among some of the first museums in the country to introduce this type of app to our guest experience,” Ryan Latham, BFT general manager, said, adding that the app was created by Seattle-based Artifact Technologies in partnership with Battle For Texas. “It’s the location-based technology and expansive features that differentiate us.” Key highlights of the mobile guide include 47 audio clips in both English and Spanish that provide a wealth of additional…

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