Cmr. George P. Bush invites young Texans to sign up for Alamo Summer Camp!

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PRESS RELEASE — Apr 27, 2018

AUSTIN — Texas General Land Commissioner George P. Bush invites children ages 8 to 13 to be a part of San Antonio's Tricentennial Celebration with the Alamo Summer Camp. Learn about the people and places that made San Antonio what it is today and the Alamo's part in Texas' rich history.

"As a former teacher and father of two boys, I am proud of these young Texans who are excited to attend summer camp at Texas' favorite history classroom - the Alamo," said Commissioner George P. Bush. "This camp provides kids with the opportunity to learn more about the Shrine of Texas Liberty while making lifelong friends. They will learn what the Alamo means to all Texans, from the Battle of 1836 to the founding of the city of San Antonio, while making summer camp memories they will treasure for the rest of their lives. Be sure to sign up today!"

Children ages 8 to 13 will make new friends and be immersed in the cultures and history of the people who built this beautiful city. Activities will include battlefield adventures, cultures of Texas, living history, period crafts & games, field trips to historic sites and more.

Camp details:


Children ages 8 - 13


Alamo Summer Camp


There are four summer camp sessions available:
Session 1: June 18-22
Session 2: July 9-13
Session 3: July 16-20
Session 4: July 23-27


The Alamo
300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205


Camp Alamo offers children an immersive experience at the Alamo where they'll make new friends and learn about life on the Texas frontier. Registration is now open at

Registration for Camp Alamo is $255 per child and includes: Tuition for one week of summer camp, an Alamo badge and lanyard, a camp t-shirt, snacks and water. All sessions are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. After-care is available daily from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. for $65 per child, per week.


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