This is historical place is very well preserved. No fee. You can give your contribution. More than 2 million people visit it every year. You go by your own strolling around you will learn what happened here.
What happened here is what really important, not the building by itself. There are other places around you can visit after finishing your visit to The Alama, like the hotel and the Alamo Plaza
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