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Institute of Texan Cultures

801 E Durango Blvd, San Antonio, TX 78205

Closest station: San Antonio Amtrak

Phone: (210) 458-2300

Descriptions of Institute of Texan Cultures

UTSA's Institute of Texan Cultures is a museum and library located in HemisFair Park in downtown San Antonio, Texas. It serves as the state's primary center for multicultural education, with exhibits, programs, and events like the Texas Folklife Festival, an annual celebration of the many ethnicities that make up the population of Texas. The Folklife Festival has been held yearly since 1972. The facility ... - Wikipedia

Details of Institute of Texan Cultures

  • Admission - Adult (12-64) $8; Senior (65+) $7; Student $6; Military $6; Child (3-11) $6; Child (2 and u...

  • Season - Closed Thanksgiving, Dec 24-25, Jan 1, and for 3 days during the Texas Folklife Festival (held...

Reviews of Institute of Texan Cultures

  • Frommer's Review

    It's the rare visitor who won't discover here that his or her ethnic group has contributed to the history of Texas: 26 different ethnic and cultural groups are represented in the imaginative, hands-on displays of this educational center,

    frommers.com

  • UTSA's Institute of Texan Cultures in San...

    I had my sons 3rd birthday party for 60 people it was fun. the kids had a great time. they had lots of activites for the kids. The adults also enjoyed the museum. the live puppet show was great the kids really enjoyed that too.

    By By veronica Posted Mar 8, 2010 - gocitykids.parentsconnect.com

  • Great explanation of Texas race and...

    We enjoyed the museum. The 360° movie us fun and full of info. Good exhibits that explain on detail the origins of Texas cultures; so many people from so many different places.Did you think that San Antonio is mainly Spanish speaking

    By By A TripAdvisor Member Posted Oct 16, 2009 - tripadvisor.com

  • Waste of time

    I was unimpressed with this tiny place. I see it maybe as an attraction for an elementary field trip...but then again, I do not see how anything about this place is engaging. The exhbits were bland and cheap looking. Not much to look at.

    By By A TripAdvisor Member Posted Oct 7, 2009 - tripadvisor.com

  • Great learning place

    I have been many time and always learn something new on each visit. The different displays and interactive exhibitis change so each its best to go often. some of the staff are older person who have lived what they are teaching about our

    By By patricia h. Posted Nov 5, 2005 - insiderpages.com

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