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Trinity University's location in what Will Rogers called one of America's four unique cities is a distinct advantage. Combining Old World charm, a multicultural heritage, and numerous cultural and historical attractions, San Antonio is a friendly, enchanting city in which to live and study.

San Antonio RIver Walk photo

The famed River Walk (Paseo del Rio) along the banks of the San Antonio River offers a delightful array of dining, shopping and sightseeing options.The architectural treasures of the King William historic district, the Guenther House at Pioneer Flour Mills, and the quaint restored village of La Villita, and the modern three story River Center Mall are easily accessible from the River Walk.

Additional attractions include the famed Alamo; cradle of Texas liberty and her four sister missions, the San Antonio Zoo, Sea World of Texas, and Six Flags' Fiesta Texas. Cultural attractions include the McNay Art Museum and the San Antonio Museum of Art, in addition to numerous galleries, theaters, and concerts.

Sports fans will enjoy events at the Alamodome and outdoor enthusiasts can take advantage of San Antonio's mild climate and easy access to lovely parks, lakes, and rivers of the rolling Hill Country to the north and the beautiful Gulf Coast beaches and Mexico to the south. For more information about San Antonio and Texas please visit the following sites:

The San Antonio Convention and Visitor's Bureau

The Heart of Texas

The Alamo

Sea World of Texas

Six Flags Fiesta Texas

The McNay Art Museum

La Villita

The San Antonio Zoo

San Antonio Botanical Garden




One Trinity Place,
San Antonio, Texas 78212-7200
(210) 999-7011