Bill Aylor Sr. Memorial RiverStage
The Bill Aylor Sr. Memorial RiverStage is an outdoor amphitheater located on the banks of the Concho River at 16 E. Avenue A. The fan-shaped RiverStage incorporates the natural terrain of a 3-acre site into its design. Spectators can view the stage from the terraced hillside or from chairs set on a concrete slab directly in front of the stage. For more information click here.
Celebration Bridge Pedestrian Concho River Crossing
Southeast side of downtown, near the art museum. Between the Chadbourne and S. Oakes St. bridges across the Concho River. Just off the south bank of the river and next to the Celebration Bridge -- a footbridge across the river. For more information click here.
The river is named for Spanish concha, "shell." When Hernán Martín and Diego del Castilloqqv explored the area in 1650, they found large quantities of mussel shells that yielded freshwater pearls. For more information click here.
Fort Concho National Historic Landmark
Fort Concho National Historic Landmark encompasses most of the former army post and includes twenty-three original and restored fort structures. The old frontier army post is now a historic preservation project and museum which is owned and operated by the City of San Angelo, Texas. For more information click here.
Love Municipal Pool & Recreation Center
Admission is $5 for ages 3 and older. Children 2 and younger are admitted free. Seniors 65 and older pay $3. A season pass costs $75 per person or $200 for a family of four. For more information click here.
Oak Street Galleries (In front of the Art Museum)
These commercial buildings were constructed in the early 1920's and over the years have been the location of a number of retail businesses. The property had gone into severe decline and virtual abandonment until 2002 when it was acquired by the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts. The Art Museum has really turned the properties around and have turned them into art galleries. For more information click here.
Old Town Historic District
The buildings in the Old Town Historic District are examples of various architecture found in San Angelo from the late 1880s until the early 1900s. What makes the buildings in Old Town Historic District unique from in the surrounding area is that the buildings were moved to the District from places like Downtown San Angelo and private ranches. Now the Old Town Historic District is home to a handful of local artists.
Paseo and Festival Grounds
El Paseo de Santa Angela consists of two concrete-floored covered pavilions and a terraced walkway that stretches from Avenue D to the Concho River. For more information click here.
Railway Museum of San Angelo
The Historic Orient-Santa Fe Depot built and opened by the KCM&O in 1909, is the Museum's 501C3 non-profit corporate name and operates the Railway Museum with a Volunteer only Staff and relies on donations of money, artifacts and volunteer time from people like you help us stay open and to be able to expand so we can show more of our total collection. For more information click here.
San Angelo Art Museum Warehouse
The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts has big plans for their warehouse. More on this soon!
San Angelo Farmer's Market
The Concho Valley Farmers Market’s thrice-weekly produce sales begin at 7 a.m. Saturday, May 17, with a hardy spread of winter vegetables.
The vendors, who come from a 75-mile radius around San Angelo, will be offering locally grown and seasonal fruits, vegetables and plants from 7 a.m. until they sell out (typically by noon) every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday thereafter. The farmers market gathers under the pavilion at 609 S. Oakes St. across from Fort Concho. For more information click here.
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts
Located near the heart of downtown San Angelo and overlooking the beautiful Concho River, the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts has three spacious galleries two with dramatic 40-foot ceilings, a multi-purpose meeting room that can accommodate up to 300 people. For more information click here.
San Angelo Visitors Center
San Angelo lies in the midst of West Texas ranching country almost in the center of Texas and is home to about 100,000 friendly people. A virtual oasis, San Angelo is home to three lakes, as well as the beautiful Concho River which runs through the heart of the city. For more information click here.
Santa Fe Crossing Senior Center & Station 618 Senior Center
The goal of the Santa Fe Crossing and Station 618 Senior Centers is to be a community focal point where older adults come together for services and activities that reflect their experience and skills, respond to their diverse needs and interests, enhance their dignity, support their independence, and encourage their involvement in and with the centers and the community. For more information click here.
State of Texas Services Center
The mission of HHSC is to maintain and improve the health and human services system in Texas and to administer its programs in accordance with the highest standards of customer service and accountability for the effective use of funds. For more information click here.