Magik Theatre’s mission is to use the power of theatre to create Magikal storytelling for children that Activates imagination, Grows young minds, and Inspires creativity and a love of learning that is the Key to a more literate future for our community.
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The San Antonio Museum of Art is housed in a historic brewery along the banks of the Museum Reach of the Riverwalk. The Museum offers important permanent collections of Egyptian, Greek and Roman antiquities, Asian art, Latin American art, contemporary art and American paintings. Bexar County residents enjoy free general admission every Tuesday from 4–9 p.m., and Sunday from 10 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
The McNay Art Museum, located in San Antonio and named for founder Marion Koogler McNay, is the first modern art museum in Texas.
From painting and sculpture to works on paper and more, the McNay offers a unique art museum experience filled with moments of surprise, inspiration, and beauty throughout our 25-acre campus.
There’s always something new to discover. Enjoy eight new exhibitions and hundreds of modern and contemporary artworks from our renowned Permanent Collection during your visit.
Home for the San Antonio Art League & Museum (SAALM) is a venerable building in the heart of the King William Historic District. Built in 1896, this intimate house-turned-museum and gallery now houses over 600 works in its permanent collection, which focuses on Texas artists. Works in all media – including paintings, drawings, prints and photographs, ceramics and sculpture – are available for public viewing. Revolving contemporary exhibits highlight both local and regional artists, and represent the unique work of diverse Texas talent.
Notable Texan artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, José Arpa, Emma Richardson Cherry, E. G. Eisenlohr, Martha Mood, Charles Umlauf, and Amy Freeman Lee are represented in the league’s diverse and highly respected collection.
Founded in 1918 by cartoonist and adventurer Robert Ripley. Dubbed by many “The Modern Marco Polo”, Ripley became America’s most popular celebrity of his time. The collection of odd, unique and incredible artifacts, art, photographs, and stories of the 200+ countries he visited are the foundation of today’s Ripley’s Believe It or Not! brand.