Tours in Beeville


$37 Segway Tour in San Antonio from Segway Nation ($69 Value)

Nation Tours, Inc.

Nation Tours, Inc.

Pick a segway tour, such as the extended Executive tour, City Lights Ghost tour, or Fun Run tour

$69 $37

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Urban Adventure Race for One or Two on Saturday, March 14 from Social City Dash (Up to 75% Off)

Social City Dash

Travis Park

Teams of two use social media to solve clues and complete tasks in a race that takes them all over the city

$40 $10

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Ghost Walk or Haunted Pub Crawl for Two or Four from Bad Wolf Ghost Tours (Up to 60% Off)

Bad Wolf Ghost Tours

Bad Wolf Ghost Tours

Explore San Antonio’s spooky past during nightly ghost tours or pub crawls that pair paranormal activity with drink specials

$30 $17

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Double Decker Bus Tour for Two, Four, Six, Ten or a Family of Five from City Sightseeing San Antonio (Up to 57% Off)

City Sightseeing San Antonio

Alamo Visitors Center

Aboard a double-decker tour bus, for 50-minutes recorded commentary enriches sights of the city’s museums, markets, restaurants, & landmarks

$44 $22

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Guided Ghost Tour for Two or Four from Silverghost Tours (Up to 50% Off)

Silverghost Tours

Downtown

Guides sprinkle a 90-minute tour with stories of spooky apparitions from south Texas lore, culminating in a trip to an Alamo gravesite

$36 $18

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Hop-On, Hop-Off Double-Decker Bus Tour from Grand Double Decker (Up to 69% Off). Four Options Available.

Grand Double Decker

Tour Ticket Office

Tour-goers can hop on and off double-decker buses as many times as they want on 50-minute excursions that visit 50-plus San Antonio locales

$47.52 $16

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One-Hour Narrated Trolley Tour for Two Adults or Two Adults and Two Kids from The Alamo Trolley (Up to 43% Off)

The Alamo Trolley

Alamo Trolley Tour

Trolley tour takes guests past San Antonio’s most notable sights such as Market Square, San Fernando Cathedral, and the Alamo

$50.10 $33

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Hot Air Balloon Ride for One, Two, or Six from Heart of Texas Hot Air Balloon Rides (Up to 58% Off)

Heart of Texas Hot Air Balloon Rides

Heart of Texas Hot Air Balloon Rides

Take flight in an 8-story-tall hot-air balloon, soaring over scenery for about one hour; trip ends with a traditional post-landing toast

$399 $199

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When horror movies like the Paranormal Activity franchise need a supernatural adviser and The Atlantic Paranormal Society needs a recruiter, they turn to Robert. A former cast member on SyFy's Ghost Hunters International, he draws on his extensive paranormal know-how to lead 90-minute nighttime treks with Ghost Hunts of San Antonio Texas Tour. Exploring the dusky streets of downtown San Antonio, the tour stops at more than 10 locations with verified ghost activity, including the Flannery House, the Crockett Hotel, and the Casino Club building, where apparitions can be spotted mulling over the same poker hand they've been holding for more than 100 years. Rob showcases modern ghost-hunting equipment while helping guests detect spirits by seeking out cold spots and snapping photographs. When he's not commanding the hunt, he regales visitors with factual accounts of the deaths of famous San Antonio spirits including Mae West, Davie Crockett, and Roy Rogers.
Alamo Plaza
San Antonio,
TX
US
History books chronicle the happenings of politicians and leaders, but a folklorist shares the stories and lives of the regular people who made a community what it is. During his new History & Heroes of San Antonio tour, guide Randy Felts introduces guests to an eclectic cast of characters, from the Alamo's David Crockett to residents of the 300-year-old village of La Villita. As tours progress along the roughly mile-long path, his words weave together true facts and tall tales, cluing visitors into the fanciful history that has come to define South Texas.
204 Alamo Plaza
San Antonio,
TX
US
The tour guides at Grand Double Decker make sure that participants will always remember the Alamo. That's because they whisk them aboard trolleys or double-decker buses for storied tours of the famed site of Texas's battle for independence. They also unveil more than 50 other points of interest, including landmarks in the Texas burg such as the Riverwalk, San Fernando Cathedral, and the Texas Ranger Museum, complete with secret portals leading to John Wayne's hat collection. In addition, tour guides lead riverboat cruises that float down the San Antonio River past boutiques, caf?s, and seasonal flowers.
1731 South San Marcos
San Antonio,
TX
US
More than 30 wineries dot the idyllic Texas Hill Country, the historically rich backdrop for ARC’s Wine Plus’s tours. The company’s signature excursion, the wine tour, makes stops at three or more wineries, where guests can swig samples as guides share facts about wines, specifically those born in Texas. Brew tours, on the other hand, showcase Texan beer and its history. During tours of local breweries, groups can soak up the guide’s exhaustive knowledge with their brain sponges while sampling local suds.
3222 NAVASOTA CIRCLE
San Antonio,
Texas
US
As a San Antonio native, Shelly Reynolds has been exploring the city all her life. Luckily, she doesn't miss out on a global perspective: While sharing her lifetime of knowledge through Historic Texas Tours, she and her staff get to meet and befriend travelers from all over the world. The company's tours focus as much on forming new friendships as discovering the local sights as they expose visitors and locals alike to area wineries, restaurants, and landmarks at the direction of friendly guides. Food tours unearth local eateries with a tour itinerary that varies often to reward visitors who go on repeat trips, and journeys into the Texas Hill Country offer complex tastes of locally made wines. Mission Trail tours explore edifices that date back to the 1700s, including the oldest unrestored stone church in the United States and a used-horse dealership.
8235 Agora Parkway
Selma,
TX
US
The engine's howl steadily builds as the Robinson R44 helicopter's blades churn with increasing velocity. Passengers look out of bubble windows and see grass whipping beneath. In a moment, the turf disappears, fading from view as the chopper lifts higher into the sky. So begins an aerial adventure led by experienced pilots Steve Van Buren and John Holler, who venture into the airways above Austin, San Antonio, the hill country, and central Texas. The air-conditioned copters—equipped with four-way communication that allows guides to maintain contact with passengers—glide through the firmament, as pilots obey all stop-sign-shaped clouds on their way to eye-catching views of sites such as historic Gruene. Crews also bring helicopters to clients for party rentals and assist landowners with predator control and game surveys.
6700 N IH 35
New Braunfels,
TX
US
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