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3801 Broadway St San Antonio, TX 78209
3801 Broadway StreetUSTexasSan Antonio78209
(210) 357-1900wittemuseum.org
Museum, Science MuseumToday 10AM–5PM
Friday 10AM–5PMSaturday 10AM–5PMSunday 12–5PMMonday 10AM–5PMTuesday 10AM–8PMWednesday 10AM–5PMThursday 10AM–5PM
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Touring & long-term exhibits about natural history, art & Texas heritage, plus a Science Treehouse.- Google
"Absolutely loved the body exhibit."
"I was skeptical of it at first, but I love the Bug exhibit(backyard monsters."
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John Chapa
a month ago
Don't let the construction right now scare you away. The Witte Museum is a great place for hands on activities for a wide variety of ages. Our latest visit was during the Maya exhibit. I wasn't sure my 2.5 yr old would find anything she would enjoy, but between the exhibit and the interactive play area we both had a great time. There's free parking in a covered garage, so even in the hot months your car is out of the sun.
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Ginger Stutes
3 weeks ago
well thank goodness I took my walker very hot, no notices of that when you pay for the Witte Museum plus the Mayan exhibit, the Witte is closed period. You walk a millon miles it seemed nearly all the way back to Hildrebrand street. in the heat. to a glass building right . I have came for years to exhibit's there but won't bother anymore. The hike was very hard on me, and would be for any one with any kind of health problems the exhibit was as far as I was concerned sub par for what I had seen in past they had places to sit if you could squat on a very low unstable stool. I feel like they are fixing the Witte on our pocket books no longer can you park out front under trees you have to go to a parking garage much futhur away I am so disaponited I guess it is right you can never go home again .
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Andrea Castro
2 months ago
We went today for the 1st time. Very bad. No dinasour things or human bones wont be open until next year. They dont even tell you nothing is open but they charge you full price. Only thing to do is kids tree house which by the way is boring. Wont be coming back here waste of time. Very disappointed.
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Jaime Phalen
7 months ago
Have only been here a coupla times in the past 3 years. First visit was for Mummies of the World. Today was for Bodies Revealed. This is a great historic building that is well preserved. The Witte has a bit of everything for all ages. Prices are reasonable and include a military discount. The layout both times was excellent, with plenty of room for wandering and reading. Crowd control is optimized by timed admissions. Staff are friendly. We definitely need to visit more often.
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Brian Paveza
a week ago
Just okay. My wife took the kids here a few years ago and loved it. We went on the Tuesday free day (3pm to 8pm). It was very crowded which, because it was the free time, was expected. We checked out the HEB Body building which was just okay. A lot of things my wife liked two years ago have been removed. The treehouse is just a walkway really. We did the wall climb which was bu far the highlight of the trip. Then we went to the Old Texas exhibit. Kids got a kick out of jumping for the seismometers and the old west artifacts were neat. In short - the trip was free and we got what we paid for. If we'd paid for the visit, and bought the extra exhibit tickets, I'd have felt ripped off. Hopefully it will return to its former glory when the construction is done. I'd also seriously suggest trying to find a way to connect all the various buildings. It seemed like a LOT of potential exhibit space was lost due to the seperated design of the grounds.
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Krimson House
3 weeks ago
Don't let the construction turn you off from this little jewel. The Witte is a great museum to explore thanks to its open design. The MAYA exhibit is a must see with fun interactive activities for all ages.
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Melissa Sanchez
3 weeks ago
Awesome family fun and bonus we went on Tuesday for free!!! Nice to have this in a town full of expensive things to do!
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Gail Lewis
4 months ago
The commercial blockbusters that come here are good, but the rest of the museum is not that exciting. It is very hard in today's world to ask patrons to be slow and thoughtful. I think the museum could use some new thoughts on creative display.

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