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Built for the 1968 HemisFair in honor of the city's 250th anniversary, this delightful park is a local favorite, particularly the water gardens and the kid-designed wood and sand playground, which includes a castle and space tunnel. The highlight is...more
All reviews water features splash pad tower of americas children's playground sand play changing stalls sand box viewing deck rotating restaurant picnic lunch shaded areas convention center nice stroll all ages great for kids chart house two hours
If it wasn't so hot, we would have spent more time in this park. The design elements and water features are pretty and the old buildings, on the back side, are intriguing. Due to the heat, we just had to pass through on our way...More
I live what the city did with Hemisfair Park. I took my kids on Labor Day morning. It wasn’t too crowded. The kids played with the sand, and they loved the water play area. We saw kids of all ages enjoying the water. Great place...More
Hemisfair Park is a fun place during the afternoon or evening, though there are not a lot of activities compared to the river walk, the zoo, or local museums. I enjoy an early morning walk or run when you largely have the Park to yourself.
The tower is awesome and I would recommend a must see visit. The tower revolves showing all of San Antonio. It also has a revolving restaurant, the Chart House (we ate there and the food and service was excellent) and on the bottom floor a...More