Private distillery tours, trips to the museum, and resort getaways make for a perfect weekend in the Alamo City. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, May 28
Go shopping from the driver’s seat with La Cantera curbside pickup
La Cantera just launched its curbside pickup program for a new kind of shopping spree. Simply go to your retailer’s designated pickup location, park in your assigned spot, and wait for your purchase to be delivered directly to your car. The La Cantera website offers a full list of shops offering curbside pickup.
Friday, May 29
Stream independent Texas films for an at-home movie night
Bring the indie film experience into your living room with an at-home screening. The Austin Film Society has launched Lone Star Slate in response to the quarantine-related shutdown of movie theaters. Browse the on-demand streaming platform, and choose a rental from the curated collection of films with Texas ties.
Take an exclusive tour of Maverick Whiskey Distillery and Tasting Room
Downtown distillery and brewery Maverick Whiskey is reopening with exclusive tours and tastings. Your tour ticket includes up to three spirit tastings, as well as a guided behind-the-scenes experience. Tours, limited to six people, can be reserved online; VIP private tours for up to four people are also available. Face masks are required.
Saturday, May 30
Enjoy a weekend escape at a Texas resort
As businesses and hospitality venues begin to reopen with strict safety regulations, escaping to a nearby Texas hotel or resort is the perfect cure for cabin fever. We have the scoop on five relaxing couples’ destinations that are an easy road trip from San Antonio.
Sunday, May 31
Visit the reopened Briscoe Museum of Western Art
The Briscoe Museum of Western Art has reopened to the public at 25 percent capacity. Visitors can enjoy the exhibitions with the reassurance that safety guidelines, as well as sanitizing stations and plexiglass protective shields, are in place. Museum admission is free for healthcare workers throughout the summer. Interactive exhibitions remain closed.