San Angelo Places

TripWhat's travel guide to San Angelo; our list of the best things to see, including San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, Sealy Flats and Railway Museum San Angelo.
  • The best place in San Angelo: San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts

    San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts

    San Angelo, TX, Open:Tues.-Sat. 10-4, Sunday: 1 p.m. - 4 p.m, Closed Mondays, Major Holidays, and in-between exhibits, Admission:Adults: $2 Members, Military, Angelo State University and SAISD Students: Free Children 12 and under: $1 Senior Citizens: $1
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  • Sealy Flats

    Sealy Flats

    204 South Oakes Street, San Angelo, Texas
    The place to go if you want to hear a blues band.
  • The Museum is housed in the Historic Orient/Santa Fe Depot which first opened100 years ago this year
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  • Midnight Rodeo

    Midnight Rodeo

    2581 Sunset Dr
    San Angelo, TX 76904. A country-western themed night spot. If you want to put on your cowboy boots and Texas two-step around a huge dance floor, this is the place to go.
  • Double Dave's Pizzaworks

    Double Dave's Pizzaworks

    3536 Knickerbocker Rd San Angelo, TX 76904
    Part of a regional chain of Pizza. They do deliver as well.
  • Blaine's Pub

    Blaine's Pub

    10 W Harris Ave
    Blaine's Pub. The bar of your dreams!
  • Steak Express

    Steak Express

    4397 Sunset Dr # 400 and 2219 W Avenue
    Now that's DELIVERY!!!
  • Old Town – Orient St

    The city has designated Old Town as an historic district
    A few building have also been relocated here
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  • San Angelo Nature Center

    an educational center open to the public that has many exotic and native animals to see
  • Pearl Hunting

    San Angelo is known for what is called Concho pearls
    There are 12 different varieties. They are found in freshwater mussel shells which live in the area lakes and rivers of San Angelo. They can be pink, purple and lavender pearls. So if you feel adventurous go out and see if you can find some pearls.
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  • Sunset Mall

    4001 Sunset Dr Ste 1182 San Angelo
    The Buckle is one of the popular stores in this mall. Has a couple places to eat as well.
  • Cinemark Tinseltown

    12 screen movie theater that has stadium seating
    The only place to see a movie in the city. 4425 Sherwood Way San Angelo, TX 76901 (325) 223-2858
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  • D'Vine Wine Winery

    San Angelo's only winery
    Concho Suite 190 San Angelo, TX 76903. (325) 482-9463
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  • The Cactus Hotel

    325-655-5000 This historic hotel was Conrad Hilton's fourth hotel
    Built in 1929 its 14 stories tall, it no longer takes overnight guests
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  • Golfing

    San Angelo has almost a dozen places that you can golf at
    Some are clubs, but there are some open to the public, such as the Quicksand Golf Course. [7] 2305 Pulliam St, San Angelo, TX 76905
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  • Downtown

    one cannot walk around Chadbourne
  • Ranches

    San Angelo has a few ranches that offer bed and breakfast and can also be used for hunting
    A lot of them have stocked exotic animals and offer a good time to just relax and enjoy the countryside.
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  • Riverwalk

    located on the Concho River
    The Celebration Bridge links the Historic City Center, the River Stage and El Paseo de Santa Angela, and provides access to Fort Concho from the river. Be sure to check out the San Angleo visitor center, (418 W. Ave B) Hours of operation are Monday – Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and Sunday’s 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
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  • Historical Markers

    San Angelo has over 39 historical markers to see about its history in a variety of areas ranging from cemeteries
    Very interesting to find out about some of the history around here.
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  • Stadium Lanes Bowling Center

    2105 Knickerbocker Rd San Angelo
  • San Angelo Colts

    go see a baseball game of the United League Baseball
  • Angelo State University Football

    Part of the NCAA Division II Lone Star Conference
  • M.L. Leddy's

    222 South Oakes Street San Angelo
    Leddy's, 222 South Oakes Street San Angelo, TX 76903, (325) 653-3397, Open Mon-Sat 9am-6pm [10] Want an authentic pair of cowboy boots, or a saddle? You can't do much better than Leddy's.
  • Southwest Military Museum Foundation

    119 South Irving Street This museum is dedicated to honoring all United States veterans
    00 for children -- Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10am to 4pm Tuesday, Thursday 2pm to 7pm Saturday 10am to 3 pm Sunday 12pm to 4pm
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  • Miss Hattie's Cafe & Saloon

    26 E Concho Ave San Angelo, TX 76903
    Located in a historic building which functioned as a brothel until the early 1900's. The downstairs houses a cafe which serves good steaks, while tours are available for the small museum upstairs.
  • Franco's Cafe

    2218 Martin Luther King Blvd San Angelo, TX 76903
    Welcome to Franco's Cafe, home of San Angelo's best Mexican and American food. We offer a very extensive Mexican-food menu, including enchiladas, burritos, and many different and delicious Mexican-food combinations.
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in San Angelo uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.