我从阿拉莫步行过去的。去的太早，店铺都没开。里面有个喷泉本来挺好看，结果上面交错搭了灯，显得很俗。有好几个出入口，其中一个正对San John's Church。可以去看看，不大的一块地方，应该是早上10点后营业
阿拉摩岗 Arsenal Avenida Guadalupe Downtown East Side Far North Central Far West Side Harlandale Midtown North Central Northeast San Antonio Northwest Side Oak Park / Northwood Shearer Hills / Ridgeview Stone Oak Uptown Broadway Uptown Loop Woodlawn Lake
I can’t help but wonder if we missed something at La Villita Historic Arts Village in Downtown San Antonio. Honestly there just wasn’t that much to what we saw. Maybe we took the wrong turn somewhere. There were a couple of interesting photography opportunities that we appreciated but we were pretty much through with looking around after no more than... 更多
We visited this historical/shopping/eating area on a Sunday afternoon. Maybe it was because it was Sunday, maybe it was off season, but many shops were not open. Many were actually vacant. Of those open, most were art gallerys. All of those were good with multiple artists and mediums representated. The area is beautiful with easy access to the Riverwalk. Hopefully... 更多
This could be a very charming area if the empty shops were filled and the venue was spruced up. We visited here several years ago and I remember more shops with more activity. I still think it's worth a stop for it's historical value and close proximity to the River Walk. But you don't need to plan to spend an... 更多
It's a nice area that use to have nice shops. A lot of them are empty now. I did hear one of the shop owners who has been there for years, saying they are being pushed out. So sad.
We went to the village on Friday, but several shops were closed. However, we saw vendors setting up for Starving Artist show on Saturday. We returned on Saturday, had a great time at the show, saw a wide variety of art, jewelry and crafts for sale. The Starving Artist show is the first Sat. of the month.
Not only did I visit the La Villita Historic Arts Village, I was a local artist who participated in their annual Starving Artists Show. Nearby hotels in downtown need to promote this event, as well as the organizers, since part of the artists' proceeds are donated to the Little Church of La Villita. It's always the 1st Weekend of April... 更多
Not an overly friendly area, and mostly likely a place that you don't bring your kids. The shops had an ecclectic array of goods and artistic pieces. The place kind of comes off a little dreary.
There wasn't much to see when we went in early April. Some of the shops were empty and others just looked tired. Of this is meant to be a craft village it needs some more life injecting into it.
We expecting to find a nice variety of shops, galleries, and restaurants. Instead, we found many closed shops, virtually no shoppers, and a "dead" atmosphere. The highlight of our visit was the small church in the village. It was a very pleasant experience.
We love visiting La Villita. There are little historical plaques on the houses and it's fun to imagine how San Antonio used to look. The galleries are great, the owners are friendly and the selection is good! We love to step into the Little Church for some peace and quiet.
La Villita has a few art galleries, restaurants, cafes and a very beautiful amphitheater. I wasn't that impressed with the art galleries, however there was a copper gallery was was amazing! The owner hand-works copper and his art is incredible. Overall, La Villita is very small but worth seeing because it's a short walk down the riverwalk.
La Vallita is just off of the River Walk. It's free and wondering through the art galleries and shops is a fun way to kill an hour or so. Many of the galleries have works by local artists. You never know what you'll find there.
We explored the village while wandering around the Riverwalk. There are several small restaurants and craft shops along with historic buildings and beautiful landscaping.
I expected more craft stores to be open. It was a bit disappointing and the staff at the only café open were not quite welcoming compared to everyone else we have encountered since we arrived in San Antonio.