What’s New

What's New, What's Renovated, What's Happening

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When you plan a meeting in San Antonio, you’re crafting an unforgettable attendee experience that stretches beyond the conference room. And since San Antonio is a city of constant transformation, with new attractions, revitalized historic sites, and exciting events popping up all the time, there’s always something unique and thrilling to discover.

San Antonio Botanical Garden

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The San Antonio Botanical Garden completed the first phase of its expansion in early 2018. New additions include the Goldsbury Foundation Pavilion & CHEF Teaching Kitchen where groups can take part in interactive cooking activities that incorporate the bounty of the surrounding garden. In 2020, the Botanical Garden will unveil an all-new education and event center with an additional 9,000 square feet of rentable space featuring huge windows, sliding glass doors and a wraparound patio.

Ruby City

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One of the most exciting additions to the art world, Ruby City is part of Linda Pace Foundation’s contemporary art center. Conceived by Linda Pace (1945-2007), and designed by Sir David Adjaye, the modern crimson-hued building has transformed San Antonio’s skyline. The museum houses the Foundation’s growing collection of more than 800 paintings, sculptures, installations and video works by contemporary artists from around the world.

The Transformed Witte Museum

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The Witte Museum has debuted its once-in-a-century transformation, bringing more than 170-thousand square feet of renovated and expanded exhibition space to the banks of the San Antonio River. The new Witte offers meeting planners something great to work with including the Mays Family Center with a majestic 10,000 square-foot space designed to host blockbuster exhibitions and special events. The museum also features the Naylor Family Dinosaur Gallery, numerous galleries that explore the story of Texas through art and diverse collections, the H-E-B Body Adventure, and The South Texas Heritage Center, among other historic and cultural attractions on its 10-acre, garden-laden campus.

San Pedro Creek Culture Park​

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The first segment of the much-anticipated San Pedro Creek Culture Park – a one-of-a-kind urban greenspace located on the western edge of downtown San Antonio. The world-class linear park transformed San Pedro Creek into a restored natural creek habitat and greenspace. Combining purpose with beauty, San Pedro Creek Culture Park offers group friendly public spaces and venues.

Confluence Park

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South of downtown, Confluence Park is a new $13.7 million park designed for learning and recreation, inspiring visitors while teaching environmental science and sustainability. Featuring several pavilions, venues and green space, Confluence Park is a popular place for group events.

Culinary

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San Antonio’s restaurant culture has moved into the limelight as acclaimed chefs, as well as talented new chefs from the Culinary Institute of America San Antonio, continue to make their mark. In fact, in 2017 San Antonio was designated ‘Creative City of Gastronomy’ by UNESCO for its rich and confluent culinary scene. With the perfect combination of quality, variety and hospitality, dining in San Antonio offers incredible food served everywhere from upscale steak houses to humble food trucks.

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