Dionicio Rodriguez Bridge in Brackenridge Park
3700 N. St. Mary's Street|
San Antonio, Texas 78209
|Area||343.7 acres (1.391 km2)|
|Operated by||San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department|
Brackenridge Park is a 343-acre public park in San Antonio, Texas, USA, on the city's Broadway Corridor just north of downtown San Antonio. It was created in 1899 from land donated to the city by George Washington Brackenridge.
Brackenridge Park also refers to the district of the city where the park is located.
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Recreation and features
Attractions within the park include the San Antonio Zoo, the Witte Museum, the Japanese Tea Gardens, the Sunken Garden Theater, the Tuesday Musical Club, First Tee of San Antonio and the 2 ft (610 mm) narrow gauge San Antonio Zoo Eagle train ride, which first opened in 1956 and utilizes three Chance Rides C.P. Huntington locomotives. Other nearby attractions include the DoSeum and the San Antonio Botanical Garden.
Inside the park, there are multiple baseball fields, playgrounds, pavilions, and walking trails.
- Acequia Madre de Valero (San Antonio)
- Dionicio Rodriguez
- San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden
- Fountain at Alamo Cement Company
- Fence at Alamo Cement Company
- Brackenridge Park Golf Course
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