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Trails in Guadalupe Mountains and San Antonio Get Federal Recognition

  The Department of the Interior has named 19 new national recreation trails, and Texas is home to two of…

Senior Editor Lori Moffatt Shares Her Favorite Places in Texas After 27 Years at Texas Highways

This issue marks the 44th anniversary of the travel magazine of Texas. It’s also the last issue for Senior Editor…

New Exhibit at San Antonio's Witte Museum Showcases Texas Maps Spanning 3 Centuries

Wherever life has flourished across the vast territory of Texas, someone early on blazed a trail to get there. A…

5 Music Fests Every Texan Should Attend

The big, expensive festivals touting electronic dance music, Radiohead, and Jay-Z get most of the media attention, but a number…

5 Romantic Places in Texas to Spend Valentine's Day

With Valentine's Day quickly approaching, the Texas Highways editors wanted to know: What are the most romantic places in the…

San Antonio’s Urban-15 Stretches the Arts with Music, Movement, and Media

URBAN-15’s Carnaval de San Anto troupe performs during Día de los Muertos at Hemisfair park in San Antonio.   When night…

18 Places to Go in Texas in 2018

From El Paso to Galveston, uncover our top 18 travel must-dos for 2018.

San Antonio's Tricentennial Is a Party 300 Years in the Making

The best destination cities give travelers a distinct feeling that can only be experienced by walking their streets. A visit…

A Tricentennial Timeline of San Antonio

The city’s modern-day story is only just beginning, but the same could have been said 300 years ago. The story,…

San Antonio Tricentennial Events

Highlights of nearly 700 Tricentennial-sanctioned partner events planned for 2018 in San Antonio.

The Intriguing History of San Antonio’s Japanese Tea Garden

San Antonio’s Japanese Tea Garden—once an abandoned rock quarry—stands today as a lush landscape with limestone bridges, ponds filled with…

Why 2018 Is the Perfect Time to Revisit San Antonio

Three hundred years ago—before Davy Crockett became a household name, before the Chili Queens served hearty bowls of red on…
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