Perfect spots for a selfie in San Antonio, TX

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Step up your selfie game at one of these SATX spots.

Photo by @texas.selfiemuseum

Today, we want to explore some of the best places in SATX to snag that perfect photo for the ‘gram. Here are six places to step up your selfie game.

🖼️ Galleries
Hopscotch, 711 Navarro St. | $24
Partnering with artists to create immersive and experiential art in collaborative environments, Hopscotch is one of the most Instagram-worthy spots in town. The 20,000-sqft gallery features 14 interactive installations from 40+ artists.

Texas Selfie Museum, 314 E. Commerce St. | $25
With over 25 installations, the Texas Selfie Museum offers plenty of opportunities to say “cheese.” Each installation is equipped with backgrounds + props along with professional-quality lighting.

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Take your Instagram photos to new heights at Hemisfair.

Photo by @Makermama

📸 Free to visit
Essex Modern City, 51 Essex St.
This ambitious ongoing project to design and develop an urban infill with art is looking to create a space where people can connect on a deeper level. Take journey over to this spot and snag a pic in front of your favorite murals.

Japanese Tea Garden, 3853 N. St. Mary’s St.
Discover this lush garden in the middle of a bustling city. Just a short 10-minute drive from downtown, the garden has a glorious history that spans over 90 years in San Antonio. (Psst — head over to our Instagram for a closer look.)

Hemisfair (Wings of Mexico), 434 S. Alamo St.
Created by renowned Mexican artist Jorge Marín, “Alas de México” (Wings of Mexico) was gifted to the city of San Antonio in celebration of its tricentennial. You can find the bronze sculpture near the base of the Tower of the Americas. All are welcome to snap a photo atop the stairs.

Confluence Park, 310 W. Mitchell St.
Located on the Southside, this park boasts incredible architecture that’s worth the trip for the pic. The park was designed by Matsys in collaboration with Texas-based Lake|Flato Architects, Rialto Studio, and Architectural Engineering Collaborative.

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