Bullis House Inn bed and breakfast is an historic accommodations in San Antonio, TX. Bullis House Inn is an historic bed and breakfast inn located in San Antonio Texas.

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"The Bullis Inn may not be right on the Riverwalk, but it's well worth the 10 minute drive from it. The house is beautiful and well restored to what it must have looked like in the early 1900's. The staff, especially the Manager, Mike Tease, was friendly, warm, and helpful. My room was beautifully decorated, comfortable and clean. It's located in a quiet neighborhood away from the freeway and city noise. I was happily greeted by Mike the next morning. I stayed longer than I planned, due to the great stories Mike had to tell me on the history of the Bullis House...I enjoyed everyone of them...I wish I could have stayed longer. San Antonio was my 3rd stop on a cross-country drive from Florida to California. The Bullis House Inn was my favorite place of all the places I stayed at during my trip. If you're ever in San Antonio, this place is a must to stay! I'll definitely be staying there again, next time I'm in town."

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The Alamo
“ Remember the Alamo!” This Texas shrine stands for freedom and people from the world over come to see the Mission Church that still stands. The long barracks house a short show and museum – and many surrounding attractions offer movies that showcase the siege of the Alamo.

The Riverwalk
Colorful, vibrant and exciting, the Riverwalk offers a wonderful place to spend the day or evening; whether it is enjoying an upscale dinner at one of our fine dining establishments or lingering over margaritas and tableside guacamole. Afterwards, browse through the shops or take the boat ride for a history of the Riverwalk and downtown San Antonio.

The Mexican Marketplace
Purported to be the largest Mexican marketplace outside of Mexico, “El Mercado” is a great place to wander around, and check out the dancing, local bands, singers and artwork on weekends. Don’t forget to check out the bakery and galleries!

Ripley’s Wax Museum & Ripley’s Believe It or Not 
Over 500 exhibits of the weird and fascinating and incredible wax replicas, Ripley’s is located in Alamo plaza.

La Villita
Shops, restaurants and galleries in the heart of historic ‘original settlement’ in downtown San Antonio.

Hemisfair Park
Greenspace and water features give a visitor a respite from the hustle and bustle of the Riverwalk. The park is home to a playground, the Institute of Texan Cultures, Instituto Cultural Mexicano and the Tower of the Americas.

San Antonio Mission Trail
Missions San Jose, San Juan, Espada, and Concepcion

The Institute of Texas Cultures 
The Institute provides a window on to how the 41 cultures that make up San Antonio have combined to make the city what it is today and how they have touched the lives of other Texans. Institute of Texas' Calendar of Events

Tower of the Americas
The Tower, 750 ft. tall, offers a panoramic view of San Antonio and the surrounding area. Glass-walled elevators ascend over 500 feet to the restaurant and observation level.

Instituto Cultural Mexicano
Visual arts, exhibits, concerts, lectures, workshops and movies to to promote the Mexican culture strengthen the ties of friendship and understanding between both countries

Majestic Theatre
Both a State and National Historic Landmark, the Majestic is beautifully restored.

San Antonio Museum of Art 
Located in the old Lone Star Brewery, the San Antonio Museum of Art houses this regions finest displays of Greek and Roman antiquities, Asian art, Latin American and folk art, and American paintings.

The McNay Art Museum 
The McNay Art Museum focuses primarily on 19th- and 20th- century European and American art. Artists featured include Cézanne, Picasso, Gauguin, Matisse, O’Keeffe, Cassatt, and Hopper.

The San Antonio Zoo
Is one of the best and largest zoos in the United States with many conservation programs such as those for the snow leopard, whopping crane and white rhino in place. They are one of the only zoos to have successfully hatched lesser flamingos this past year.

Botanical Gardens 
Just a few miles from downtown, the Gardens offer 33 acres of plantings – including a sampling of all 5 Texas geographic areas.

Natural Bridge Caverns
Castle of the White Giants, Hall of the Mountain King … it’s a fairy land – underground, well worth the trip to the outskirts of San Antonio!

SBC Center 
Schedule of sporting events, shows and concerts; purchase Ticketmaster tickets online.


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An Historic San Antonio Bed and Breakfast Inn
621 Pierce Street
P.O. Box 8059
San Antonio, Texas 78208
Toll Free:  877-477-4100
Telephone: 210-223-9426 | Fax: 210-299-1479