Federal Bureau of Investigation
National Citizens Academy
Alumni Association

About Host City

Located in southern Texas, San Antonio is the gateway to the American Southwest, and the cradle of Texas liberty. This beautiful city of over one million still retains a small-town feel, even though it's home to five Texas universities and many high-tech corporations.

San Antonio is one of America's oldest cities, settled first by missionaries from Spain. No other city in Texas reflects the state's Mexican heritage better than San Antonio. Famous for the Alamo, River Walk, Sea World, and its Tejano culture, San Antonio is a major tourist attraction.

The City of San Antonio is home to fine art museums, historic Spanish missions, amusement parks, great dining and a vibrant culture. Fiesta Week, a yearly celebration in San Antonio, is all about parades, Tejano food and festive drink in the downtown area and along the River Walk. 

Our conference will be held within steps of the River Walk. The San Antonio River Walk is a verdant oasis of cypress-lined paved paths, arched stone bridges and lush landscapes. It gently winds through the city center, providing millions of visitors each year with easy access to the city’s cultural hot spots, historic sites and other attractions.

Just steps from the River Walk is Main Plaza - “the heart of the city.” You’ll want to take time before or after the conference to do some exploring.

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