Mission Marquee Plaza
Mission Marquee Plaza was acquired by the City of San Antonio in 2007, and has gone through several renovations that include a mural re-creation project that was completed by the Department for Culture & Creative Development (DCCD) in 2013. The Center City Development and Operations Department (CCDO) coordinates several popular events at this historic venue for the entire community to enjoy.
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Spanish Governor's Palace
This National Historic Landmark represents the last visual remnants of the Presidio San Antonio de Béjar. Traditionally known as the Spanish Governor’s Palace, it was the original comandancia (residence and working office) for the captains of the military garrison from 1722 until the early 1800s.
Come learn Texas’s earliest history under Spanish rule. Tour the rooms furnished with Spanish Colonial period pieces and be delighted with the beautifully landscaped gardens in the courtyard.
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