San Antonio's Family Attractions
See wildlife at the San Antonio Zoo, splash at Schlitterbahn and hop aboard a train at the Texas Transportation Museum -- with San Antonio family attractions like these, the kids won’t be bored!Filed under:
Fiesta Texas, Six Flags
Quick, turn! Your little thrill-seeker will love Six Flags Fiesta Texas. The 200-acre theme park is home to 20 kids’ rides, including this classic bumper car ride. Older visitors will want to try Bahama Blaster -- a new addition in 2014 that blasts riders on a 40 mph free-fall. Fun, huh?
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