November 21, 2016

15 Places to Take Your Stir-Crazy Kids During Winter Break

Not sure what to do with your stir-crazy kids during winter break? We have a few places in mind where they can run around, burn some energy and, well, be kids.
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iFly
15915 IH 10 West, (210) 762-4359, iflyworld.com/san-antonio
Experience the feeling of free falling while floating in the air. Instructors will gear you up and give a tutorial before letting you take flight. Enjoy the rush of flying indoors and let your kids make the most of their winter break. 
Photo via Instagram, auti_raelynn
iFly
15915 IH 10 West, (210) 762-4359, iflyworld.com/san-antonio
Experience the feeling of free falling while floating in the air. Instructors will gear you up and give a tutorial before letting you take flight. Enjoy the rush of flying indoors and let your kids make the most of their winter break.

Photo via Instagram, auti_raelynn
San Antonio Botanical Gardens
555 Funston Place, (210) 207-3250,  sabot.org
Let the kids roam around and explore the gardens and be sure to check out what's in bloom with SABG's bloom guide. Admission for ages 3-13 is $7; $10 for adults, and free for children ages 3 and younger.
Photo via Instagram, sabotgarden
San Antonio Botanical Gardens
555 Funston Place, (210) 207-3250, sabot.org
Let the kids roam around and explore the gardens and be sure to check out what's in bloom with SABG's bloom guide. Admission for ages 3-13 is $7; $10 for adults, and free for children ages 3 and younger.

Photo via Instagram, sabotgarden
The DoSeum2800 Broadway St., (210) 212-4453, thedoseum.org
Let their imagination run wild with the DoSeum's exhibits and drop-in programs. They'll be so exhausted from a day of exploring that you'll be planning a second trip sooner than you know.
Photo via Instagram, jerssonlunaphotography
The DoSeum
2800 Broadway St., (210) 212-4453, thedoseum.org
Let their imagination run wild with the DoSeum's exhibits and drop-in programs. They'll be so exhausted from a day of exploring that you'll be planning a second trip sooner than you know.

Photo via Instagram, jerssonlunaphotography
Wimberley Zipline Adventures
300 Winn Valley Drive, Wimberly, (512) 847-9990,  wimberleyzipline.com
Wimberly Zipline Adventures might be a bit out of the way, but the ziplining experience is definitely worth the drive. 
Photo via Instagram, erin_paxton
Wimberley Zipline Adventures
300 Winn Valley Drive, Wimberly, (512) 847-9990, wimberleyzipline.com
Wimberly Zipline Adventures might be a bit out of the way, but the ziplining experience is definitely worth the drive.

Photo via Instagram, erin_paxton
San Antonio Zoo
3903 N. St. Mary's St.,  sazoo.org
Let your kids explore the San Antonio zoo and burn all their energy so they're not the ones acting like animals when you get home.
Photo via Instagram, julia_ermlich
San Antonio Zoo
3903 N. St. Mary's St., sazoo.org
Let your kids explore the San Antonio zoo and burn all their energy so they're not the ones acting like animals when you get home.

Photo via Instagram, julia_ermlich
Natural Bridge Caverns
26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Road, (210) 651-6101,  naturalbridgecaverns.com
What better time than winter break to go exploring 180 feet underground?
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Natural Bridge Caverns
26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Road, (210) 651-6101, naturalbridgecaverns.com
What better time than winter break to go exploring 180 feet underground?

Photo via Instagram, stilettos_sequins
Brackenridge Park 
3700 N. St. Mary's St., (210) 207-8480
Nestled just north of Downtown, this popular greenspace is a hit with both locals and visitors alike. Within walking distance of the Japanese Tea Garden, the San Antonio Zoo, the Sunken Garden Theater and much more, the park features the life source of the city's most iconic feature aside from the Alamo: the San Antonio River. 
Photo via Instagram, brackenridge_park_conserva
Brackenridge Park
3700 N. St. Mary's St., (210) 207-8480
Nestled just north of Downtown, this popular greenspace is a hit with both locals and visitors alike. Within walking distance of the Japanese Tea Garden, the San Antonio Zoo, the Sunken Garden Theater and much more, the park features the life source of the city's most iconic feature aside from the Alamo: the San Antonio River.
Photo via Instagram, brackenridge_park_conserva
Witte Museum
3801 Broadway St., (210) 357-1900, wittemuseum.org
Whether you roam through the Witte's exhibits, hang out in the tree house or get adventurous with hands-on experiments, the Witte is a great place to take any kid.
Photo via Instagram, wittemuseum
Witte Museum
3801 Broadway St., (210) 357-1900, wittemuseum.org
Whether you roam through the Witte's exhibits, hang out in the tree house or get adventurous with hands-on experiments, the Witte is a great place to take any kid.

Photo via Instagram, wittemuseum
Main Event
multiple locations,  mainevent.com
Bowl, play games, duel your family to game of laser tag and check out the Gravity Ropes at the Main Event.
Photo via Instagram, gage.salazar
Main Event
multiple locations, mainevent.com
Bowl, play games, duel your family to game of laser tag and check out the Gravity Ropes at the Main Event.

Photo via Instagram, gage.salazar
Magik Children's Theatre
420 S. Alamo St., (210) 227-2751, magiktheatre.org
Take your kids to see a family-friendly performance that everyone can enjoy. 
Photo via Instagram, danielwademcclain
Magik Children's Theatre
420 S. Alamo St., (210) 227-2751, magiktheatre.org
Take your kids to see a family-friendly performance that everyone can enjoy.

Photo via Instagram, danielwademcclain