Science and art captivate visitors at the Witte

Whether you’re in the mood for large size dinosaurs, natural history, arms and armor, or you simply want to show your kids how power is generated by water, The Witte Museum is the place to visit.

The Witte Museum has a vast collection and archives that illustrate life in South Texas when Spanish settlers, Indians, trail drives, and cattle empires ruled. Museum goers enjoy tours to learn about Texas ecology, dinosaurs, Egyptian mummies, and San Antonio log cabins and historic homes.

H-E-B Tree House
Children are especially fond of the H-E-B Science Tree House, which provides hands-on science fun for all ages, including a tree house, investigation station, water works, move it floor, and interactive gears to see how things move. A rock climbing wall and H-E-Buddy SkyCycle are museum must-sees!

Learning at the Witte includes special family and teacher workshops and activities with daily and special programs.  Admission is $8 for adults; $6 for children (ages 4-11); children under 3 years old enter FREE.

FREE admission on Tuesdays (from 3 – 8 p.m.) is sponsored by Bolner’s Fiesta Products, Inc., and Macy’s.

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Learning at The Witte Museum.