Group Reservations for larger parties
Group discounted tickets are available for parties of 10 or more. General Groups are encouraged to contact us at least one week prior to your visit to ensure a smooth experience and availability of desired entry dates/times.Book Now
School Field Trips for all ages
Special Group discounted tickets are available for parties of 10 or more. School Groups are encouraged to contact us at least two weeks in advance of your visit to ensure a smooth experience and availability of desired entry dates/times.Book Now
History & Science comes to life
Immersive and relatable, the authenticity of this world-class display of historic artifacts will be a tremendous opportunity for students to understand the significance of this moment in Texas history.Book Now
Teachers will love us!
We will work with you to make your visit educational and eventful. This is an educational experience that requires teacher preparation, student supervision and the involvement of all concerned. Teachers may want to visit the exhibit before bringing their classes for a visit. This way, you can plan what you want students to experience and make their visit more meaningful.
Allow Sufficient Time for Your Visit.
We estimate that school groups should allow at least one hour for your tour. If you are bringing a large group to the exhibit, you may want to divide your group into sections, with the appropriate number of chaperones. Please allow sufficient time for this staggered entry into the exhibit galleries.
Develop Interactive Worksheets.
One of the most effective ways to actively involve your students in a visit to the exhibit is to have a list of questions that they can answer as they view and listen. We highly recommend that you develop your own list of questions, based on your lesson plan for the Alamo. It would be best if the questions require the students to (1) read captions, (2) listen to recorded narrations and (3) examine artifacts. In preparing your questions, you should note where the answers can be found.
What’s Included in School Group Visits:
1) Educator’s Guide
2) Guided tour, chronicling students through the early days of the settlers all the way to the iconic final battle of the Alamo
3) Face-to-face confrontation with William B. Travis as he challenges students to “Cross the line…”
4) Interactive cannon loading display with an Alamo Defender
5) Dramatic tour through the final battle of the Alamo inside The Gauntlet