Bridges of the Riverwalk

While in San Antonio, Texas, we did a boat tour of the Riverwalk.  My husband and I have both been on the tour but the kids were excited about the boat ride so we bought tickets and took the tour again.  One of the things I loved seeing were all of the different bridges.  I thought it was interesting that almost every bridge was different and it was one thing that the tour operator never talked about (I don’t think!).  I wasn’t able to get pictures of every bridge because we didn’t have the best seats.







The Riverwalk tours are $8.25 an adult and $2 for children.  The tour is about 35 minutes long which was about 12 minutes too long for my kids. 

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  1. 1

    That’s very good observation! They do look different. Will be nice to have a story behind each bridge. 🙂

  2. 2

    Looks like a fun activity.
    I did a similar river tour in Chicago with my 2-yr-old niece. The focus of the Chicago tour was the buildings/architecture but it was surprising how easily it help her + my attention.

  3. 3

    Ooooooh, you did this post with just me in mind!
    I love bridges, and I’ve always wanted to visit the San Antonio Riverwalk. Now you’ve given me another reason to want to visit there.

  4. 4

    It’s been ages since I’ve been to San Antonio but I remember the Riverwalk fondly!

  5. 5

    I’m always so surprised at how mesmerized the kids are on a boat tour!

  6. 6

    It’s such a shame that you couldn’t take pictures of the rest of bridges, I would have loved to see them. 🙂 But the ones you have here are absolutely beautiful.