Arts in San Antonio
San Antonio Arts
In addition to Cementville at The Quarry Golf Course, our culture will lead you into the heart of downtown. Through the shops of Market Street, down into the San Antonio Missions National Park. Browse modern European and American art at the McNay Art Museum as well as the dinosaur exhibits at The Witte. These are just some of the highlights of our diverse culture and art.
For more Arts & Culture throughout the Alamo City, check out the websites below.
Visit: San Antonio Website and the City of San Antonio Department of Arts & Culture Public Art Map.
The Majestic and Empire Theatres
Rooted in the heart of downtown San Antonio are the historic Majestic Theater (1929) as well as the Empire Theater (1914). These nationally recognized landmarks are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Home to the Broadway in San Antonio series, as well as live concerts, comedy shows and other theater arts.
Visit: Majestic Empire
Carver Community Cultural Center
Home to prime artistic acts, community outreach and educational programs. Renovated and reopened in 1977, as the Carver Community Cultural Center. With acts such as musical performances, speakers, in addition to dance and theater.
Visit: The Carver
The San Antonio Museum of Art
Located in what was once the historic Lone Star Brewery. Known for one of the most complete ancient Greek, Roman, and Egyptian art collections in the southern United States. The Nelson A. Rockefeller Latin American wing covers multiple ages. Including but not limited to the ancient Americas through present day. In addition to these, it also houses a stellar collection of folk art. In the modern galleries, works of world renowned artists coupled with notable Texas and regional art. The Asian art wing displays works from Korea, India, Japan, and China.
Visit: San Antonio Museum