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Continued from page 56Things To DoMartial ArtsSTW Krav Maga Defense & Fitness100 Crossroads Blvd #103San Antonio, TX 78201(210) 348-6127You will train in the largest Krav Maga fitness center in America! It is a 35,000 square feet training facility that has huge training rooms, an indoor shooting range, a simulated airplane cabin, an “apartment” for home-invasion training and much more. You have probably never seen so many punching bags in one place. But they offer so much more than punching and kicking. You’ll find a variety of fitness classes and exercise gear to help you achieve peak performance. www.krav-maga-san-antonio.comWorld Taekwondo Center, LLC.7403 W. Loop 1604 N, Ste. 107San Antonio, TX 78254(210) 951-9853At World Taekwondo Center we are certified by the World Taekwondo Federation and are a USA Taekwondo recognized school. We teach Traditional and Sport Taekwondo to generations of martial artists. Taekwondo as a martial art is a combination of the several styles, known as kwons. These styles originate from the Korean peninsula and stretch back thousands of years to the era of the three kingdoms. This rich history is embraced along with the latest in education and physical training at World Taekwondo Center. www.worldtkd.usMovie TheatresAlamo Drafthouse Cinema-Park North “Alamo for All”618 NW Loop 410San Antonio, TX 78216(210) 677-8500Alamo for All is a movie program for young families and guests with special needs. All shows starting before 2pm on Tuesdays follow Alamo for All rules, with some shows on the weekends. At sensory-friendly Alamo for All shows, the lights are turned up and the sound is turned down, all ages are welcome (including infants). www.drafthouse.com and click on “Choose Your Local Alamo.”Alamo Drafthouse Cinema-Westlakes1255 SW Loop 410San Antonio, TX 78227(210) 677-8500The Alamo Drafthouse is dinner, drinks, movies and events, all under one roof. Their attention to detail in film presentation and programming has made them a second home to movie fans all over the planet. They also take the same care with all of the food and drink offerings, and at every Alamo location, you can find a strong core of casual dining options to accompany your movie. Cold beer and fine wine are on the menu at every location, with an emphasis on highlighting local breweries whenever possible.www.drafthouse.com and click on “Choose Your Local Alamo.”Santikos Casa Blanca11210 Alamo Ranch PkwySan Antonio, TX 78253(210) 982-0180Located at Highway 151 and Alamo Ranch Parkway just outside of Loop 1604, the city’s eighth Santikos Theatre sports Spanish-themed architecture and pairs a 16-lane bowling alley with 16 movie screens, two of which span 90 feet by 43 feet. Casa Blanca also has four auditoriums featuring full-service dining as well as a full-service bar. www.santikos.comSantikos Palladium IMAX17703 IH 10 WestSan Antonio, TX 78257(210) 798-9949The Santikos Palladium IMAX is one of many theaters that will give you the utmost comfort movie experience. There are spacious area of full food table seating areas, a game area to occupy yourself before your movie screenings, snack food section for popcorn, nachos, etc. A menu is available for patrons to order, if you wish to enjoy a full course meal. Guests can enjoy refreshing, crisp drinks at the “Agora Bar”, or satisfy your sweet tooth and quench your caffeine thirst at the “Café Gelato.” www.santikos.comMuseumsBriscoe Western Art Museum210 W. Market StreetSan Antonio, TX 78205(210) 299-4499The Briscoe Western Art Museum, located on the banks of the San Antonio RiverWalk, brings to life the vibrant culture and heritage of the Western United States. The Museum offers a permanent collection of Western art and artifacts spread throughout nine galleries as well as educational programs. www.briscoemuseum.orgAgriculture Heritage Museum102 City Park, Rd.Boerne, TX 78006(830) 249-6007The Agricultural Heritage Museum: Located in Boerne City Park on over five acres. It includes a blacksmith shop, woodworking shop, pioneer house, wagon house, main museum building and many outdoor exhibits showcase antique farm machinery and implements. Hours: Sat 10 am - 4pm and by appointment. Admission: $5.00; Free for kids 12 and under! www.agmuseum.usInstitute of Texan Cultures801 E Cesar E. Chavez BlvdSan Antonio, TX 78205(210) 458-2300The Institute of Texan Cultures features exhibits, programs and special events that examine and promote heritage, ethnicity, history, social issues and popular culture. Visitors learn the stories of immigrants who settled in Texas and contributed to its modern, multicultural society. Located in HemisFair Park, steps from the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center and the Tower of the Americas, and only a short walk from The Alamo and the River Walk. www.texancultures.comMcNay Art Museum6000 N New Braunfels AveSan Antonio, TX 78209(210) 824-5368The McNay Art Museum, located in San Antonio and named for founder Marion Koogler McNay,is the first museum of modern art in Texas. Since Marion McNay’s original bequest in 1950,the museum’s collection has expanded to over 20,000 works: Medieval and Renaissance art, 19th-21st century European and American paintings, sculptures, and photographs, one of the finest collections of prints and drawings in the Southwest, the exceptional Tobin Collection of Theatre Arts, and more. The McNay Art Museum engages a diverse community in the discovery and enjoyment ofthevisualarts. www.mcnayart.orgMovie TheatresContinued on page 582017-2018 www.GreatNWGuide.com 57Things To Do


































































































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