SAN ANTONIO – The Witte Museum's exhibits, featuring newly redesigned and state-of-the-art experiences, are ready to welcome visitors.
Guests can tour the new attractions starting Saturday.
The "Sounds of South Texas" display has been a favorite, and now the updated exhibit is bigger and better. It also has interactive displays narrated by George Strait.
There is also a portion of the museum dedicated to the Texas sky.
Other new exhibits reveal the way people lived thousands of years ago and several artifacts are on display.
The renovations came in at a cost of $100 million.
The doors will open to the public at 10 a.m. Saturday.
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