Activities in San Angelo

Personal-Training Sessions for One or Two at My Trainer (Up to 76% Off). Three Options Available.

My Trainer

San Angelo

Customized workouts help clients achieve their individual goals

$120 $29

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Ballet or Yoga Classes for One, or Salsa Classes for Two at San Angelo Civic Ballet (Up to 53% Off)

San Angelo Civic Ballet

San Angelo

Community-focused ballet school reaches beyond the stage to teach adults and teens yoga and salsa

$50 $25

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Admission for Two or Four, or One-Year Family Membership to the Railway Museum of San Angelo (Up to 50% Off)

Railway Museum of San Angelo

San Angelo

Exhibits trace the evolution of railroads, from the 1800s until today, inside a historic passenger depot

$10 $6

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3-Lap Ride-Along or 10- or 15-Lap Driving Session with Kenny Wallace Dirt Racing Experience (Up to 55% Off)

Kenny Wallace Dirt Racing Experience

Multiple Locations

Ride along with a dirt-track driver or take the wheel for a 10- or 15-lap experience in a Dirt Late Model car

$129 $64

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$10 for $18 Worth of Books and a Visit for Two to National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature

National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature

Original Town North

Hundreds of lavishly illustrated children’s books, some signed by Caldecott Award–winning artists, at illustration center’s bookstore

$18 $10

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$12 for Three Medium Bucket of Range Balls at Maxwell Municipal Golf Course ($24 Value)

Maxwell Municipal Golf Course

South Treadaway Area

Driving range with a chipping area inside a creative golf course that features a large lake and stream snaking throughout

$8 $4

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Trap-and-Skeet Package or a Sporting-Clays Package with Shells and Targets at Abilene Clay Sports (Up to 57% Off)

Abilene Clay Sports

Abilene

Clay pigeons launch at two skeet fields, six trap fields, or across a sporting-clays course with 12 stations, each up to 80 ft. tall

$35 $15

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Women's Self-Defense Seminar for Two, Four, or Six at Abilene Martial Art Center (Up to 59% Off)

Abilene Martial Art Center

Abilene

Seasoned self-defense instructors teach women to strike, kick, and disarm assailants

$40 $19

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One or Three Horseback-Riding Lessons for Up to Two at Sol Events (Up to 54% Off)

Sol Events

Baird

Experienced equestrians teach students to ride confidently and respect horses during lessons at scenic farm

$50 $25

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Round of Mini Golf with Soft Drinks for Two or Four at Play Faire Park (54% Off)

Play Faire Park

Cobb Park Area

Duo of castle-themed, 18-hole stretches comprise historic mini golf course peppered with obstacles

$13 $6

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Hour of BYOB Bowling with Shoes for Two, Four, or Six at Prime Time Family Entertainment Center (Up to 51% Off)

Prime Time Family Entertainment Center

Abilene

Bowlers bring beer and wine to complete their outing at an sleek, modern alley outfitted with large projection screens

$41 $22

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Five or Ten Kickboxing Classes at Kickboxing Abilene (Up to 86% Off)

Kickboxing Abilene

Abilene

Fast-paced kickboxing classes help students get fit and burn calories while learning martial-arts skills

$90 $15

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$99 for Round of Golf, Cart, Range Balls, and Overnight Stay for Two at The Hideout Golf Club ($264 Value)

The Hideout Golf Club

Brownwood

Designed by Bill Johnston, this 6,981-yard course wraps wide fairways around scenic ravines and water hazards

$264 $99

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$10 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Souvenirs and Gifts at Scurry County Museum ($20 Total Value)

Scurry County Museum

Western Texas College

Pick up souvenirs, T-shirts, mugs, magnets, and stocking stuffers at the store inside a museum dedicated to local and regional history

$10 $5

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The Railway Museum of San Angelo transports visitors back in time to 1888 with its a wealth of exhibits on the area's rich train history. Guests wander through exhibits filling the historic Orient-Santa Fe Depot, which was built in 1909 and bid adieu to its last passenger train in 1965. Inside the depot, guests can pore over artifacts such as switch machines, dinnerware used in the luxury streamliners, and railroad equipment. They can also gaze at old photos in the history gallery and model railroad layouts with miniature train tracks and buildings the same size they were in the 1800s.

703 S Chadbourne St
San Angelo,
TX
US

The San Angelo Civic Ballet is a popular organization among those who love the arts?and those who love sweating. That?s because its mission is to ?reduce barriers to involvement in the art of dance,? and it achieves this through performances, formal dance classes, and fitness classes. With no fee for students? costumes, or their participation in the season?s performances, the organization helps children from all backgrounds chase their ballerina dreams. And with Pilates and yoga classes for adults, it keeps endorphins flowing in learners of all ages.

15 W Beauregard Ave.
San Angelo,
TX
US

SuperSquad of San Angelo propels kindergarten through sixth-grade optimists skyward on the path to becoming cheerleading champions. Newly minted fanatics will learn cheers, chants, dances, tumbling, safety, and Taiwanese Sign Language to create a routine rife with pep and hidden messages. Since it's difficult to toss oneself into the air, cheerleaders participate in team exercises such as partner stunts and pyramids, helping build self-esteem, teamwork, coordination, and leadership qualities. Enrollment includes a free T-shirt, which cheerers can wear to practice, along with shorts and tennis shoes to better facilitate their athletic endeavors.

840 West 42nd Street
San Angelo,
TX
US

Featuring a slew of banjo-picking and fiddle-strumming professionals, the Concho Valley Bluegrass Festival will bounce to the beats of Kody Norris and the Watauga Mountain Boys—a band of country troubadors specializing in traditional mountain style bluegrass—as well as the McPherson Family, Abilene's own Gap Mountain, Triple L, and the gospel tunes of IIIrd Generation. San Angelo's Concho Grass hosts the hodgepodge of mandolin magicians at the Wells Fargo Pavilion. Attendees can check out goodies from local vendors, bid on a quilt at the silent auction, enter the raffle to fulfill thrill-seeking quotas, or grab a home-cooked lunch between sets. Outdoor enthusiasts can set down stakes pavilion-side for dry camping and full RV hookups at an additional cost to soak in a sunset after a day of dancing. Proceeds from the banjo bash benefit the Concho Valley Home for Girls and Children's Emergency Center, an organization that offers an abode to kids in need.

50 East 43rd Street
San Angelo,
TX
US

The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts dedicates itself to educating the public and preserving the heritage of West Texas through a permanent collection of contemporary art and numerous temporary exhibits. With a Supporter membership, patrons receive a bevy of benefits, including free admission, invitations to all galas and lectures, and members-only rentals of the museum's scenic terrace, an ideal birthday-party venue for any art critic, sculptor, or paintbrush. The museum is renowned for its extensive collection of ceramics, as well as its displays of contemporary and folk artwork from influential local artists including Vernon Fisher, Emma Lee Moss, and Harding Black. Among three new temporary exhibitions opening April 15, Different Directions: Coming Together in Clay showcases the works of a quartet of contemporary ceramicists, and The Tile Club—Artists of America’s Aesthetic Movement displays the sculptures, prints, and tiles of a band of 19th-century New York–based muse-wranglers.

1 Love St
San Angelo,
TX
US

The ebony- and ivory-toned Black Swan Wine Bar treats palates to a multifarious cheese menu of Northern Hemisphere–culled curds sided with small snacks. Canadian-aged cheddar and Danish-aged Gouda entertain with salty quips and wheel-borne wisdom for new tasters, while French-bred blue cheese and creamy brie pair for a smooth and sophisticated pungent effect. Unlike cotswald, a firm variety of gloucester cheese, semi-soft English blue stilton crumbles under pressure from prodding tongues and relentless Cutco knife salesmen. Curdled from the milk of Manchega sheep, slightly piquant Spanish manchego caresses taste receptors with its creamy texture and exotic bleat, as nibblers alternate between fromage bites and complementary olives, grapes, and crackers.

118 S Chadbourne St
San Angelo,
TX
US