Fiesta On Main
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They offer authentic popular Latin American arts and crafts, handmade clothing (for men, women, and children, handmade textiles, fiesta (party) supplies, carnival supplies, and seasonal traditional decor. Located in two beautiful historic buildings on the border of the Monte Vista and Tobin Hills…
it is huge and stuffed with Mexican imports. It's fun to browse even if you are not in the market for talavera pottery or Day of the Dead decorations.
This shop is like taking a trip to the border. Fabulous Mexican clothing, jewelry, and everything else you can imagine. Worth a look. Rooms and rooms of treasures.
The Fiesta store has great items from Mexico including Mexican dresses, shirts, hats, decor and even an outdoor area with yard signs. The pinata selection is amazing! You will have fun looking around and may find just what you want!
“A nice, open area to bring the whole family for fun out doors: Giant Oak trees, playground, free pool in the summer!”
“If you want to experience some great, authentic Texas BBQ, Texas Pride is the place and is less than 2-miles from the Farmhouse.”
“Cool Thrift Shop, in a historic neighborhood (Olmos Park) drive around to see beautiful unique homes!)”
“Travel Time: 20 minutes. America’s oldest children’s park and one of our favorite places to take the little ones for some fun. These vintage children’s rides are a great way to keep kids ages 1-6 occupied for an hour or two. There are no weight or height restrictions for the littles. This mini-amusement park is right next door to the San Antonio Zoo and shares the same parking lot, which is free but fills up quickly. Additional parking is available but is a bit longer of a walk so you’d want to arrive early. The park is operated via ticketing system. 1 ticket=1 ride. They sell the tickets in increments of 1, 6, or unlimited day pass. Prices range from $2.50 to $13.00 depending on what option you choose. Face painting and other fun activities are available for an additional fee. ”