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711 Navarro, Suite 100
San Antonio, TX 78205

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Hopscotch is located in the Travis Park Plaza Building at 711 Navarro – Main entrance is located on the park side at the corner of Navarro and Travis.

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Three-hour validated parking is available at a deeply discounted $5 for 3 hours. Enter off of Travis Street between Navarro and St. Mary’s. Bring your parking ticket with you and show it to Hopscotch staff to receive your validation.

Stay a While

Make it a full day of unique experiences, grab a drink in our lounge, enjoy bites from our food truck and browse local curiosities in our gift shop. Afterward, explore all that downtown San Antonio has to offer.

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Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. If you plan to enter our LED Ball Pit, socks are required. Compact strollers are allowed. Bags may be subject to search.

Public Transportation

We are conveniently located directly across from the Travis Park bus stop. Plan your trip with VIA Metropolitan Transit.


Monday and Tuesday

Inquire about private events:


Last ticket sold at 7:45pm.


Last ticket sold at 7:45pm.

Friday and Saturday

Last ticket sold at 9:45pm.


Last Ticket Sold at 7:45pm.

We highly encourage purchasing all gallery tickets in advance. Walk up tickets are only available if we are not at capacity. You do not need a ticket for our public spaces, including our lounge, gift shop, patio and food truck.


• Adults: $24
• Students, Seniors (65+), Military, Teachers, Healthcare & First Responder ID-holders: $20
• Children (Ages 4-13): $15
• Children three and under are free.

Get in touch

General Public + Ticketing Inquiries

Artist, Partnership, Event or Media Inquiries

Career, Staff, Volunteer or Brand Ambassador Inquiries

(210) 960-2064



Hopscotch is for everyone and greatly values diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability or any other protected class.

“So inventive and fun that I felt like a kid again.” – STACY (HOUSTON, TX)

“So inventive and fun that I felt like a kid again.” – STACY (HOUSTON, TX)

“So inventive and fun that I felt like a kid again.” – STACY (HOUSTON, TX)