Spanish Governor's Palace

This National Historic Landmark near Market Square is Texas' sole surviving example of a colonial aristocrat's home. It was completed in 1749 (as the date on its massive door indicates) and restored in 1931. Self-guided tours wind through an enclosed fountain courtyard and chambers furnished with 18C antiques.

Useful information

Adresse : 

105 Plaza de Armas

Phone:

+1 210-224-0601

Price:

free of charge

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