It’s winter in the Texas hill country but that doesn’t mean the ground is white and frozen. While the Texas weather can range from nasty to nice in the span of a few days, there are plenty of indoor and outdoor activities available to your family this winter.
DoSeum Children’s Museum always hits the list because it’s so great for kids and families alike. You can also snag free admission on the first and third Tuesdays of each month, so it’s a great place to spend a winter evening.
Altitude Trampoline Park will wear out the kids and you, guaranteed. The indoor trampoline park features a multitude of trampolines in a safe environment with trained safety workers. On January 15, enjoy BOGO admission!
San Antonio Aquarium is a great place to spend a winter afternoon enjoying the merits of sea life–and dreaming of the beach.
Northwoods Ice and other rinks around the area offer the ultimate winter activity–ice skating. Bundle up for a few twirls around their well-maintained rink or pair your admission with mini-golf to warm up after.
Witte Museum brings back its Free Tuesday admission program. Don’t miss this great experience at a natural history museum that’s “everything Texas and so much more.”
Experience a winter wonderland Texas-style when hundreds of thousands of pounds of snow are brought into FLYTE at Brooks City Base. Snow slides, play areas, free admission. Saturday, January 27, 2018.
More great winter fun ideas are over at the San Antonio Moms blog. Check them out!