Though you might not realize it, you can access many of San Antonio’s wonders from the comfort of your couch. Here are just some ways you can explore San Antonio and beyond without leaving your home.
Restaurants at home
A local San Antonio man started the webpage bexar-necessities.com, which lists local restaurants still operating. Whether you’re in the mood for Tex-Mex, cookies or Indian, you’ll find a list of San Antonio’s finest, and see whether you can order direct delivery or use curbside pickup.
See the animals
Zoos around the U.S. have launched virtual experiences. The San Antonio zoo has been faithfully uploading videos for the past few weeks, but animal lovers don’t need to stop there.
The Atlanta Zoo has uploaded several activities that kids can use to learn and enjoy themselves. Make sure to check out their Panda Cam for an up-close glimpse of these fascinating creatures.
The Cincinnati Zoo hosts “at-home safaris” on Facebook each day at 2 p.m. CDT and maintains a collection of free activities on their website.
Revisit the past
The Alamo Museum’s virtual tour function allows you to explore our city’s famous heritage site from home. Thirteen different panoramas give you access to the gardens, church, and barrack.
If you’re looking for something more in-depth, the San Antonio Public Library has online resources for researching local history. Start with their album of historic photos, then use the library’s “guides” to check out additional resources.
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