San Antonio's low cost of living, active nightlife and engaged community make it a great place to live.
Live In San Antonio
San Antonio is a great place to live!
One of America's oldest cities, San Antonio was colonized by the Spanish empire in the early 1700s. Rich layers of this and other cultures give the city its distinction..
San Antonio Life
San Antonio is known for its art scene, from the Blue Star Art Space to ArtPace.
Modern art and Latin culture fuse in the Southtown neighborhood, where you can take part in First Friday gallery walks.
One of the nation's largest art schools, the Southwest School of Art, has ongoing exhibitions and lectures by internationally known artists, most for free.
Explore some of Texas' best art museums, housing both contemporary works and old masters: The McNay, Museo Alameda and the San Antonio Museum of Art.
The new public art corridor on the Museum Reach of the River Walk features outdoor installations by local, national and international artists.
San Antonio Culture
When the stars come out over the South Texas Plains, it's time to head to the nightclubs and dance halls.
Check out Main Plaza, in the heart of downtown, which has live music all year long. Two-step to a country-western band at the Cowboys Dance Hall, or soak up Tejano's Latin rhythms at Graham Central Station.
San Antonio is home to the revered Jim Cullum Jazz Band (you may have heard their weekly radio show on NPR) and they play live at The Landing on the River Walk.
Whatever you're in the mood for, San Antonio offers a wide range of entertainment options when the sun goes down.