DISCOVER SAN ANTONIO WITH BROADWAY REACH PASS
Nestled on the corner of Hildebrand and Broadway,The Broadway Residences is San Antonio’s gateway to the newest artistic and cultural endeavors the town has to offer. Otherwise known as The Broadway Corridor,streets bursting with vibrant cuisine,activities and art make this the heart of San Antonio. This summer,non-profits in The Broadway Corridor are coming together to offer locals and visitors alike a chance to discover San Antonio’s cultural organizations and museums with a Broadway Reach Pass. This pass includes admission to each of the venues listed below for a seven-day stretch. Whether you have family visiting or simple want to learn more about San Antonio’s art,history and culture,a Broadway Reach Pass is certainly a steal at $44 for adults and $22 for kids.
Experience The Broadway Living and all it has to offer.
San Antonio Museum of Art
The San Antonio Museum of Art is home to an impressively large and extensive collection of artwork. Constantly growing,the contemporary art collection balances world-renowned pieces with distinguished regional and Texas art.
San Antonio Botanical Garden
As one of San Antonio’s most beautiful attractions,the Botanical Garden boasts various species of foreign and native flora. Visitors can enjoy a peaceful stroll while relishing the fresh aroma in the Rose Garden,engaging their senses of touch and smell in the Sensory Garden and admiring older flower varieties in the Old Fashioned Garden. Another unique feature of the Botanical Garden is the Texas Native Trail,which comprises of plant communities native to Texas. A visit to the Botanical Garden is a perfect way to spend a morning,afternoon or entire day.
McNay Art Museum
As the first museum of modern art in Texas,the McNay Art Museum is a must-see. Nearly 20,000 works of art from various cultures rest inside a beautiful Spanish Colonial-style mansion. The museum boasts an especially impressive collection of American and European works of art,including pieces from Pablo Picasso, Diego Rivera and Henri Matisse.
San Antonio Zoo
Home to more than 9,000 animals of 750 different species,the 56-acre zoo is fun for all. Come face-to-face with a lion. Observe a family of spider monkeys swinging from their tails. Become immersed in a crane’s natural habitat. The San Antonio Zoo will keep adults and kids alike entertained for hours. Open 365 days of the year rain or shine,the zoo is definitely a place to beat the heat this summer.
San Antonio Children’s Museum
The new San Antonio Children’s Museum,appropriately named “The DoSeum,” is set to open June 6th. Children of all ages will learn by doing and creating at this one-of-a-kind,hands-on museum. Spanning across 65,000 square feet,The DoSeum focuses on interactive experiences where kids play to learn and adults learn to play. This state-of-the-art museum is a must for anyone with children.
The Witte Museum is home to South Texas heritage,natural history and science. The collection spotlights photographs,art and artifacts such as cave drawings and dinosaur bones. The Witte is the absolute perfect museum to visit if you want to learn more about how Texas used to be.
To purchase a Broadway Reach pass,please visit www.broadwayreach.org.