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The cornerstone of St. Mark's was laid in 1859, but the onset of the Civil War delayed construction. Work resumed in 1873 and the first service was held on Easter Sunday in 1875. An interesting note about St. Mark's Episcopal Church is that Lyndon Baines Johnson and Claudia "Lady Bird" Taylor were wed at this location on November 17, 1934. This was also the first Episcopal Cathedral built west of the Mississippi River. The first Sunday service is the 7:45a Holy Eucharist. At 8a, breakfast is offered for a small charge, while another Holy Eucharist is offered at 9a. The children's chapel is also in service at 9a. At 10:10a, an all-age-group Sunday School is offered. The third Holy Eucharist takes place at 11a and is followed by 'Tea Under the Trees'. If you are looking for a traditional Episcopalian service in a very historical church, this may be just the place for you to visit.
Would you like to glide through the streets of San Antonio? This city tour is conducted not on a bus, but on Segways—each tourist gets their own Segway HT! For those of you who aren't in the know, a Segway is a self-balancing two-wheeler that can transport you anywhere much faster than your own two feet. Take joy in riding it as you pass by Houston Street, Riverwalk, King William District, La Villita and finally, Alamo. Training is a part of the deal and costs around USD65 per person. Don't wait—make reservations as early as possible, or else, you may have to wait in queue. What's more? Gift certificates are available too! Check the website for timings.
Come by for a one-of-a-kind theater going experience. The Arneson River Theatre is located on the southern side of River San Antonio but the audience sits is located on the northern side of the river. The picturesque view of a river running right in front of the stage makes any performance seem magical. Take a seat on one of the grassy steps and enjoy a thrilling outdoor show. This theater is known for holding concerts, plays, musical performances, and more.
Nestled in the Historic Arts Village of La Villita, this art studio features the work of contemporary artists. Richard Conn, the owner and director of this studio, is widely known for his art. You might just spot his work on hoardings for events, such as Fiesta, Jazz'SAlive and Night in Old San Antonio. His work also features paintings, mixed media and printmaking. He promotes the work of contemporary artists by exhibiting their work in his gallery. Come by and have a look at a new approach to art.
On December 9, 1835, the Articles of Capitulation for the Mexican Army was signed by Perfecto de Cos, right in this place. Today, however, the venue is used for varied purposes, not political. If your wedding is a small and private affair, this might just be the place for your reception. You can also host other private events here. An appealing patio, sheltered porch, two medium sized rooms, restrooms, and a utilitarian kitchen constitute the Cos House. Call to fix an appointment for viewing the premises.