Your Carriage Awaits – Down by the Alamo
San Antonio – A city that at times hides it’s beauty in plain sight. From spring wildflowers, picturesque walking paths underneath the River Walk, to the stunning scenery of historic district and city parks. Down by the Alamo is where you will find us.
While visiting San Antonio, think of it as being comfortable as an old pair of jeans. Regardless of the reason for visiting or being a local resident, our carriage company has been serving you since 1981. Enjoy the ambiance of the Spanish and Western heritage as our coachmen walks you through history.
Travis Park Tour – (20 minutes)
$50 per couple (age 10+)
One of the oldest municipal parks in the United States. This land was first purchased in 1819, which now features 2.6 acre park that was named in honor of William Barret Travis.
We elegantly narrate past history and modern contemporary of this park. You will notice the lovely gardens, green lawns, vast ranges of entertainment, food trucks, movies, and more.
his joyous green oasis is in the midst of San Antonio’s bustling city that was one part of the Alamo Mission. Come visit one of San Antonio’s Favorite Downtown Park. This area continues to amaze with infrastructural renovations to maintain this landmark park.
Each Paying adult is allowed 1 child under 10 years old. Additional children are $10/child. $25 per each additional adult. Minimum ride is $50.
San Fernando Cathedral – (40 minutes)
$90 per couple (age 10+).
The San Fernando Carriage Tours from Lone Star Carriage Tours offers a view of San Antonio from an elegant,white Victorian carriage.
Listen to the clip-clop of the graceful horse pulling your carriage as you enjoy a tour of the San Fernando Cathedral area . Choose a narrated tour or a more romantic one.
San Fernando Cathedral is the oldest continuously used cathedral in America. The first cornerstone for the church was put in place by 15 families in 1738 in what is now the heart of downtown San Antonio.
It’s a stone’s throw from city hall. You will see some of the sights and beauty that have made San Antonio a beacon of beauty around the nation.
The church was built in 1731 at what is considered the center of San Antonio, a spot chosen by colonists sent there by King Philip of Spain. The Cathedral is filled with history and troubled times, including a flood in 1819 and a fire in 1828 which destroyed the building.
Each Paying adult is allowed 1 child under 10 years old. Additional children are $10/child. $35 per each additional adult.
King William Historical District – (60 minutes)
$140 per couple (age 10+)
Choose a narrated tour or a more romantic one. You will see some of the sights and beauty that have made San Antonio a beacon of beauty around the nation.
King William Historical District spans 25 blocks of downtown San Antonio. From the Cultural Arts District, 19th century preserved residences, cafes, museums, etc., this historic district has been restored.
Once an area of farmland streaming through the river of San Antonio, to lavish mansions than apartments, this piece of history thrived than later declined in the early to mid 1900s.
Around 1960s, this landmark district was revived by young professionals. Come tour the German inspired Victorian and Italianate architectural detail, cottage homes, beautiful gardens of what is now a prominent piece of history.
Each Paying adult is allowed 1 child under 10 years old. Additional children are $10/child. $70 per each additional adult.