A garden for artistic seeds.
Southtown The Arts District is a garden for artistic seeds. The District’s five neighborhoods — Collins Garden, King William, Lavaca, Lone Star and Roosevelt cultivate and host San Antonio’s diversity in arts & culture. Southtown is home to First Friday and Second Saturday, the city’s longest running artwalks (20 years) and our annual festival “A Day in Southtown”.
Collins Garden | The Collins Garden Neighborhood is vibrant and full of diversity. From the recently updated HEB anchoring the neighborhood, to the Collins Garden park hosting monthly farmers markets. A well travelled exercise path, local taquerías and panaderías pepper the streets. Collins Garden
King William | King William neighborhood is rich in history and cultural diversity. The area includes two local historic districts and three national historic districts, as well as properties individually recognized for their historical significance. The neighborhood offers bed and breakfasts art galleries, restaurants, and a thriving commercial corridor. King William
Lavaca | Lavaca is the oldest existing neighborhood in San Antonio. It is defined by its small 19th century vernacular houses built primarily by working class families beginning in the early 1870s. This was approximately the same time that affluent San Antonians were building much larger homes several blocks away in the King William Neighborhood. Lavaca
Lone Star | The Lone Star neighborhood is home to generations of residents, artists, and colorful murals, distilleries and local eats . Explore the neighborhood by bike or foot and get to know the residents. Ask them questions. They love to share their history and love of the neighborhood. Lone Star
Roosevelt Park | Roosevelt neighborhood is fast growing. Home to generations of families, Roosevelt park and the San Antonio river running all along side it. Grab a bike, head down the river and explore this part of our community, housing Freetail Brewery, local coffee shops, eats, artists and more. Off the beaten path and full of treasures. Roosevelt Park