This Spanish Viceroy’s Palace is actually the residence of the former Spanish Viceroy, built approximately 3 centuries ago. It has been restored for a while, but when you visit this house under the self-guided tour, you will easily go back to history and have a good understanding of the situation over the centuries. It is located in downtown San Antonio. Those who are interested in history strongly recommend visiting this house. The tour price is nominal and it is worth it.
The Spanish governor’s residence is also quite unique. Sometimes you can see some interesting places when you visit here. The visit here is also very interesting. The Spanish governor is also very important. The residence is also very special.
The wall of the mansion is slightly earthy red, on a hill, surrounded by dense woods, green, and the environment is very beautiful. More than three hundred years ago, this was the place where the colonial governor from the Spanish ruler lived!
The Spanish Viceroy’s official residence is a very good building. The entire official residence is very large and many of the buildings are local items.
Texas was a Spanish colony three hundred years ago, and the Spanish governor is the supreme ruler here. His official residence is luxurious and grand, with the characteristics of Spanish architecture and Mexican cultural elements. The artistic value is high and worth seeing
Low key, small 'palace' (really a nice house). Lovely staff and grounds. If you like seeing 'this is how they lived' homes, you'll like it.
A great stop to experience Texan history. The residence is easily marked to follow the many additions to the 1722 original one room house. The hand out and posted educational plaques explain the e...
We paid the nominal amount to enter the palace. It was interesting and didn’t take long to walk through. The price was low enough that it felt more like a donation than admission.
This is not a palace but a very interesting old Spanish building. Nicely restored. Only cost $5 for the visit. Good info.
This piece of historic icon and landmark is operated by the City of San Antonio. It was believed that the first original one room building was the residence of the last Captain of the Spanish Captain...