Due to an executive order by Gov. Greg Abbott the following businesses and places are closed through April 3: dine-in restaurants while still allowing takeout, banning people from nursing homes except for critical care, gyms, bars, and schools. The order also limits all social gatherings to 10 people or less.
Businesses That Have Closed:
City Sightseeing San Antonio bus tours
Legoland Discovery Center
Ripley’s Believe It or Not
Fort San Antonio Museum
San Antonio Botanical Garden
The Historic Quadrangle
Natural Bridge Caverns
San Antonio Zoo
San Antonio Museum of Art
Regal Movie Theaters
The Public Theater is postponing performances
The Majestic and Empire Theaters are postponing performances
The Woodlawn Theater is postponing performances
The Classic Theater is postponing performances
Ingram Park Mall is closed through March 29
San Marcos Premium Outlets are closed through March 29
Adidas stores are closed through March 29
Bath and Body Works locations are closed until further notice
The Body Shop is closed until further notice
American Eagle Outfitters stores are closed through March 27
Apple stores are closed through March 27
Chico’s stores are closed through March 31
Foot Locker stores are closed through March 31
Abercrombie & Fitch locations are closed through March 28
Anthropologie is closed through March 28
J. Crew stores are closed through March 28
Nike locations are closed through March 27
Pottery Barn stores are closed through April 2
Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, Bluemercury, and all affiliate stores are closed through the end of March
L.L. Bean locations are closed through March 29
Lush is closed through March 29
Nordstrom stores are closed through March 31
Lululemon is closed through March 27
H&M locations are closed until April 2
Ulta locations are closed through March 31
West Elm stores
Victoria’s Secret locations are closed through March 29
Under Armour locations are closed through March 28
REI is closed through March 27
Williams-Sonoma locations are closed through April 2
The Magik Theater has closed through the end of May
Events That Have Been Cancelled
All events at the Pearl
Fiesta has been postponed until Fall
All events at AT&T Center have been postponed
Opera San Antonio cancelled May performance of Rigoletto
TobyMac’s performances have been cancelled
Sam’s Burger Joint suspends all performances
Gruene Hall cancelled all live music through March 2
Businesses with Reduced Hours
Walmart has reduced their hours to open at 6 A.M. and close at 11 P.M. until further notice.
Trader Joe’s locations are open from 9 A.M. to 7 P.M. until further notice.
Target stores close everyday at 9 P.M. The first hour of opening is reserved for the elderly and those with underlying health conditions.
Old Navy reduced their hours.
IKEA locations are closed with click and curbside delivery from 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.
Learning Express Toys of San Antonio offering free curbside delivery and pickup.
Best Buy limits hours from 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. until March 22.
Gap stores have reduced hours.
H-E-B opens from 8 A.M. to 8 P.M.
Athletica has reduced hours.
Banana Republic has reduced hours.
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