Considering venturing out of the house this weekend? A free movie screening, a trip to the water park, and more make the case for heading outdoors. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, June 11
Visit Blue Star Contemporary
In accordance with eased coronavirus-related restrictions, Blue Star Contemporary is welcoming the public at reduced capacity. Guests can explore open exhibitions and should anticipate reimagined interactive displays as the reopening continues. Strict cleaning policies and hand sanitizing stations have been introduced as extra safeguards. Advanced tickets must be purchased for entry, and face masks are required.
Catch a screening at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts reopens with a free community screening of A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood. The biopic of the late Fred Rogers, performed by Tom Hanks, is sure to spark joy in viewers of all ages. Doors open at 7 pm, and the movie begins at 8 pm. All attendees will be temperature screened before entry. Admission is limited to 250 people.
Friday, June 12
Support a local Black-owned business
Help uplift a local entrepreneur and support the city’s economy when you shop Black-owned businesses in San Antonio. From Al’s Gourmet Nuts to San Antonio Ballet School, the city is full of opportunities to explore the richness of Black culture. Check out our roundup of San Antonio’s Black-owned businesses to shop right now (and all year).
Saturday, June 13
Stay cool at Aquatica
Escape the heat with a trip to the Aquatica water park. The refreshing destination has reopened its doors to a limited number of guests. Popular attractions like the lazy river, water slides, and kid’s pools are open. Purchase tickets in advance for entry.
Sunday, June 14
Enjoy a round with friends at Top Golf
Top Golf has officially reopened to the public following a temporary COVD-19 closure. Guests can tee off while staying socially distant from other parties, thanks to the current safety precautions. Though not required, visitors are encouraged to bring their own golf clubs.