The Alamo Master Plan
Developed cooperatively by the Texas General Land Office, the City of San Antonio, and the Alamo Endowment
The Alamo is one of the most important historical sites in the world. The Battle of the Alamo in 1836 culminated with the ultimate sacrifice of 189 heroes and changed the course of history, leading to the creation of the Republic of Texas and later the State of Texas. To preserve The Alamo and the memory of all those who lived and died there, the State of Texas, City of San Antonio, and the Alamo Endowment are joining forces to protect and preserve The Alamo and to return dignity and reverence to the historic battlefield.
- For over 200 years the Alamo has been called the Alamo. If I am Commissioner of the Texas General Land Office; it always will be the Alamo. – George P. Bush
- The Alamo Church preservation will begin soon. The state legislature’s support allows us to preserve the Shrine of Texas Liberty for centuries to come.
- The Master Plan eliminates the current streets, traffic and carnival-like atmosphere on the 1836 Battleground, and will focus on restoring it to a place of reverence, dignity, and respect for those who died fighting for Texas’ independence.
Reimagine the Alamo
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