What To Do In The King William District
Zoned as the state’s first historic district, the 25 blocks downtown known as the King William District remains one of the most walk-able and active areas in San Antonio. From visiting Victorian mansions to drinking a beer at one of the local spots, the following guide will help make your stay downtown the best it can be.
1 The Steve’s Homestead
Located at 509 King William, this beautiful 3 story mansion has been preserved and open to the public since 1954. You can visit the Homestead, River House (originally home to one of San Antonio’s first natatoriums), Servant’s Quarters, and Carriage House. More information can be found on the SA Conservation Society’s Page.
2 The Friendly Spot
A staple to King William residents, the Friendly Spot offers a great place to enjoy a drink with friends. The Friendly Spot is family and dog friendly, features sports and movies on large inflatable screens, and serves great food (including brunch). You can see what they have to offer at The Friendly Spot Website
3 Explore the neighborhood
King William is home to some of the most architecturally stunning properties in San Antonio, going for a walk through the neighborhood can be an evening in and of itself. If you’re looking to see what Downtown San Antonio is all about, you can also check out the King William Cultural Arts District Website for information on local King William events.
This community is an excellent place to live and offers so many sources of entertainment for those looking to enjoy the culture, art, and history of San Antonio. If you’d like to explore the possibility of moving to the King William District, fill out the form below.