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We walked through the Main Plaza a couple times on our way around San Antonio. But the most memorable part was the light show on the Cathedral for San Antonio's 300th anniversary. Wonderful way to document the history of Texas.
Went for the light show and was not disappointed! Park was clean and well maintained. They did have a food truck but we didn’t eat at it. Would definitely recommend putting this on your places to visit while in San Antonio.
My friends and I were able to watch the laser light show from the Cathedral Terrace of the Drury Plaza Hotel, as we were staying there. It was fabulous and as we caught the first showing at 9:30 we stayed to watch it again at...More
City boosters commissioned a European multi-media artist who has put together an incredible audiovisual spectacle that is projected on the side of the church at Main Plaza. This 20-minute show is not to be missed!
One of the few places we've visited multiple times. They have an awesome light show starting at 9 PM (also 9:30 and 10), but just on certain nights. It was Tuesday, Friday and Saturday when we were there this time.
It's a visual history of...More
Mondays no show but do try to make it on Tuesday 9, 930 or 10PM. The music and artwork is amazing plus the cathedral is outstanding to look at and visit during the day and in it you will see the crypt of the Alamo... More
Mondays no show but do try to make it on Tuesday 9, 930 or 10PM. The music and artwork is amazing plus the cathedral is outstanding to look at and visit during the day and in it you will see the crypt of the Alamo defenders. Also, just a couple of blocks west of the plaza is an excellent Mexican market with restaurants and shops (note: some of the shops close early)