Alamo Village

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Alamo Village
Alamo Village
Box 528
Brackettville, Texas 78832
(830) 563-2580 Fax (830) 563-9226
happy@hilconet.com
Alamo Village is located 7 miles north of Brackettille on FM 674 off Hwy 90.

Alamo Village is Texas' first permanent outdoor movie location and was built for John Wayne's epic "The Alamo."  It sits in the middle of the18,000 acre Shahan HV Ranch seven miles north of Brackettville on Hwy 674.  The set, largest and most complete in the U.S., boasts a full-scale period town and the only replica of the 1836 Alamo mission in the world.
     
The Alamo and town were constructed with a dedication to authenticity. Our versatile sets, all full-scale buildings; no false fronts, include nearly three dozen board-and-batten and adobe buildings such as jails, saloons, general store, bank, hotel, church, stable, blacksmith shop in addition to the Alamo mission-fortress.

Hours

Open at 9 a.m. everyday

Admission

$10.75 for Adults
$ 5.00 for children 6-11
5 and under is free

Related Links
Alamo Village Web Site



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