Hold an Event at the Alamo

Special Events at the Alamo

Organizations or individuals that wish to utilize Alamo grounds for ceremonies, events, or private activities may schedule a site visit with our Special Events Coordinator at (210) 225-1391 ext. 3002 or Military discounts are available.


Front of Church

100 people

The iconic and world renowned façade of the Alamo Church serves as a picture-perfect backdrop for memorable occasions, commemorations, and military ceremonies. Please note that events held in this space during normal business hours will be subject to guidelines to preserve our everyday visitor experience. Events are not permitted on the Campo Santo grass area.



Alamo Hall

130 people seated, 150 people standing

Originally one of San Antonio’s first firehouses, Alamo Hall is an ideal location for receptions and dinner functions. The newly-renovated building features a spacious kitchen and French doors that open up to a beautiful limestone patio. A perfect indoor/outdoor combination, the space is well suited for optional out-of-doors entertainment, spirits, and dining.



Alamo Hall Patio

75 people

Alamo Hall Patio is a beautiful, lush outdoor area, perfect for dining and receptions as well as military ceremonies. It can be combined with Alamo Hall.



South Gardens

200 people

The South Gardens feature sprawling lawns and tall Texas trees, great for large groups and outdoor activities. With plenty of room, this spacious Alamo area is wonderful for “Texas-sized receptions, living history demonstrations, and military ceremonies.



Cavalry Courtyard

100 people

Cavalry Courtyard is an outdoor area shaded by tall Oaks and Texas Pecan trees. An excellent setting for military ceremonies, the courtyard features an elevated stone platform backed by the iconic Six flags of Texas as well as numerous canon including the famous 18-pounder used during the historic 1836 Battle of the Alamo.



 Please note:

Special Event Resources

Special Events Guidelines

Approved Caterers List

Event Spaces

Map of Alamo Complex