(Thursday) 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
3801 Broadway St.
Te Amo Fiesta showcases what Fiesta® means to San Antonio Highlights Fiesta royalty and traditions including Order of the Alamo Coronation gowns, royalty costumes, decorated fiesta hats, medal collectors and unique
- Te Amo Fiesta showcases what Fiesta® means to San Antonio
- Highlights Fiesta royalty and traditions including Order of the Alamo Coronation gowns, royalty costumes, decorated fiesta hats, medal collectors and unique medals, and the “Show Us Your Shoes” tradition.
- Learn about the origins of Fiesta with the Spring Carnival, supported by the city’s business leaders, and Battle of Flowers Parade, supported by an all-woman organization, along with other traditions
- Hear stories from local participants, comparing those two traditions to the hundreds of community-based events that represent diversity of San Antonio today
- Founded in 1926, the Witte Museum is where Nature, Science and Culture Meet, through the lens of Texas Deep Time, and the themes of Land, Water and Sky.
- Located on the banks of the San Antonio River in Brackenridge Park, the Witte Museum is San Antonio’s premier museum promoting lifelong learning through innovative exhibitions, programs and collections in natural history, science and South Texas heritage.
Tickets are available to purchase online at www.wittemuseum.org or onsite at the Witte Museum.
Adults: $14; Seniors (65+) and Military with ID: $13; Children (ages 4-11): $10; Children (ages 0-3): Free
COVID-19 PROTOCOLS FOR THIS EVENT:
- Wear a face covering (3 years and up)
- Remain at least 6 feet away from other visitors
- If you are not feeling well, stay home
- Use a stylus on interactive screens
The Witte Museum will:
- Limit capacity
- Enact best practices in sanitizing
- Ensure hand washing stations and hand sanitizer is available