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Spread across 1.3 million square feet, this huge convention center is a preferred venue for high profile meetings, conventions and events. With 59 meeting rooms, 3 ballrooms and 4 exhibition spaces, it sure is the place to organize important events, be it business or personal. The Lila Crockell Theater, named after the former Mayor, is a performing arts center located in the Center. It can seat 2,521 people and a 65x55-foot performance space. No wonder this place has been voted the best in the Convention Industry twice in a row!
These aren't just movies; they're Texas-sized movies. Epic adventures that broadcast onto a 6-story movie screen are a sight to behold. The theater offers different releases throughout the year. Located in Rivercenter Mall on Alamo Plaza, theater tickets may purchased in person or reserved by phone.
A little corner park in the city of San Antonio, King William Park is most notable for its peculiar, triangular shape. One of the may green patches in the city, this one stands out for its many recreational facilities and serene atmosphere. Replete with lengthy walking trails, sports fields, flower beds and the iconic central gazebo, this park takes leisure to a whole new level. During the summer, the park doubles up as an event center, playing host to several community events, festivals and gatherings.
The San Antonio Fire Museum is dedicated to educating visitors on the history of firefighting in the city, fire prevention, and fire safety. See antique fire engines, uniforms, and firefighting equipment on display. The museum also hosts educational programs for people of all ages. A donation is requested from adult visitors, but children under 12 are admitted for free.