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San Antonio Facebook Feeds we Love

In this time of social distancing, turn to social media for a creative outlet.

While San Antonio's museums and attractions are closed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, you can still pop by for a visit—online. These Facebook feeds are some of our favorite stops. 

Follow the Witte Where You Are page for fun activities such as learning cowboy skills, the basics of birdwatching and new recipes to prepare.

The San Antonio Museum of Art hosts a storytime by educators, exhibition highlights by curators and online art parties.

The spirit of the American West is alive and well at the Briscoe Western Art Museum, where, among other things, you can watch fun Lego reenactments of how the West was built.

Head to the McNay Art Museum for artist interviews, gallery tours, polls and much-needed moments of zen.

The Alamo San Antonio
Perhaps San Antonio's most famous attraction, The Alamo was home to key Texas battle in 1836. (©Richard Nowitz)

Get an insider's look at The Alamo, where you can learn day-by-day what happened during the famous 1836 siege.

Over at the San Antonio Missions National Park, participate in daily activities, try out a new recipe, share nature stories and watch performance videos.

The UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures provides insights on trailblazing Texans, provides interactive historical lesson plans (that even adults will love) and videos that feature everything from the tequila-making process to poetry readings.

Good cheer is waiting for you at Ruby City: take a tour inside the studio, meet the director and learn how to make your own positivity banner.

Sea World San Antonio
Watch your favorite animals romp underwater on Sea World San Antonio's Facebook page. (©Visit San Antonio)

Meet Sea World San Antonio's animal ambassadors—such as the majestic Star, an American Bald Eagle—watch past and present live feeds and get a preview of the park's roller coasters on its goodie-packed page.

View pictures of flora and fauna, learn the proper way to prepare soil for your at-home gardening and take peaceful tours of the grounds at the San Antonio Botanical Garden.

For more videos and everything The Alamo CIty, Visit San Antonio.