Museums & Attractions

601 Franklin Ave., Floor 4
Waco, TX 76701
(254) 307-8998
This gallery, housed in a refurbished historic building, showcases the work of local artists, from jewelry making to paintings.

8459 Rock Creek Rd.
Waco, TX 76708
(254) 753-3199
Arabians Ltd. has bred prizewinning straight Egyptian Arabian horses for over 30 years, and invites individual or group tours by appointment only.

710 Speight Ave.
Waco, TX 76798
(254) 710-3566
Located on the Baylor University campus, the Armstrong Browning Library celebrates the poetry of the British poets, Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, through stained glass windows and a collection of the poets memorabilia.

1300 College Dr.
Waco, TX 76708
(254) 752-4371
Since its inception in 1972, Art Center Waco has been a training ground for many new artists, as well as a showcase for the works of more established artists.

212 S. 17th St.
Waco, TX 76701-1736
(254) 755-6003
Tours available by appointment.

5th St. & MP Daniel Esplanade
Waco, TX
Come see Baylor bear mascots, Judge Sue Sloan and Judge Joy Reynolds, in a natural habitat featuring a waterfall, pools, caves, deadfall trees and digging areas.

1200 Bluffs Ranch Rd.
Waco, TX 76705
(254) 722-9182

5347 Old Mexia Rd.
Waco, TX 76705
(254) 227-6388
State of the art cable park for wakeboarding and water sport enthusiasts.

Brazos River from MCC to Waco Drive
Waco, TX 76701
(254) 750-8081
A gift of the William Cameron family, the 416-acre Cameron Park has delighted Wacoans and visitors since the early 1900s. The park hosts picnickers, hikers, joggers, equestrians and mountain bikers. Triathlons, mountain bike races, and other events are held annually at the park.

1701 N. 4th St.
Waco, TX 76708
(254) 750-8400
The Cameron Park Zoo opened its new Asian Forest exhibit in summer, 2009. Built as a ruined Asian temple, the exhibit features endangered orangutans and a Komodo Dragon. This natural habitat zoo also offers a herpetarium, African savanna, Brazos River Country exhibit, aquarium, gift shop and cafes.
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5200 Bagby Ave.
Waco, TX 76711
(254) 745-6009
Cottonwood Creek Golf Course ranks as one of the top municipal golf courses in Texas.

300 S. 5th St.
Waco, TX 76701
(254) 757-1024
Celebrate this American classic at the Dr Pepper Museum, home to one of the finest collections of soft-drink memorabilia in the nation.
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1900 S. 5th St.
Waco, TX 76708
(254) 753-2032
Built at the edge of an unsettled frontier, this Greek Revival-style mansion stands as the only restored antebellum home open to the public in Waco.

814 S. 4th St.
Waco, TX 76706
(254) 753-5166
One of four historic house museums managed by the Historic Waco Foundation.
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100 Mill St.
Waco, TX 76704
(254) 753-5166
One of four historic house museums managed by the Historic Waco Foundation.
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503 S. 4th St.
Waco, TX 76703
(254) 753-5166
One of four historic house museums managed by the Historic Waco Foundation.
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900 Lake Shore Drive
Waco, TX 76708
(254) 892-0222
The largest water park in central Texas, this water park is open Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. The park features a football field sized wave pool, lazy river, and numerous slides and tubes. The site also includes a special fun section for children.
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801 S. Hewitt Drive
Hewitt, TX 76643
(254) 666-6173
Hewitt Park is a 32 acre park with 2 playgrounds, baseball backstop, volleyball courts, horse shoe pits, soccer fields, a lighted basketball half court, and disc golf course.

810 S. 4th St.
Waco, TX 76706
(254) 753-5166
Historic Waco Foundation operates four of Wacos five historic house museums.
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608 Dry Creek Rd.
Waco, TX 76640
(254) 754-9600
This 510-acre Christian agricultural settlement, located a few miles outside Waco, offers fine handmade furniture and crafts for sale, demonstrations of traditional crafts such as pottery, blacksmithing, and stone grinding. The cafe features homemade organic foods and is open for breakfast and lunch.

3801 Zoo Park Road
Waco, TX 76708
(254) 756-5359
Lake Waco offers many attractive areas for outdoor recreation, water sports, camping, hunting, fishing, boating, or just relaxing. Corps of Engineer parks at Lake Waco include Airport Park, Midway Park, Reynolds Creek Park, and Speegleville Park.

1752 Eichelberger Crossing
Waco, TX 76633
(254) 848-9654
The Lake Waco Wetlands was created to mitigate the habitat loss when Lake Waco was raised by seven feet. With the addition of the Research and Education Center, it has grown to become an important living laboratory for research, education and recreation.

2801 W. Waco Dr.
Waco, TX 76707
(254) 754-3942
This magnificent building offers three floors of exhibits on Freemasonry in Europe, North America and Texas.

60 Baylor Ave.
Waco, TX 76706
(254) 710-1867
For more than thirty years, the stewardship and mission of the Martin Museum of Art has been one of education and service. The museum is committed to bringing outstanding art exhibitions, speakers, and guest artists to Baylor University and to Waco and the Heart of Texas.

715 Columbus
Waco, TX 76701
(254) 753-7395
The Masonic Grand Lodge is located in downtown Waco, a beautiful building that highlights the accomplishments and ideals of Freemasonry. It includes both a library and a museum featuring historic artifacts of famous Texas masons. NOTE - due to flood repairs, this museum is currently unavailable..

1300 S. University Parks Dr.
Waco, TX 76798
(254) 710-1110
Located on the Baylor University campus, this museum features a natural science and cultural history museum focusing on Central Texas with walk-in dioramas including one on the Waco Mammoth Site, and exploration stations for geology, paleontology, archaeology, and natural history. In addition to the Natural History exhibits, there are seventeen themed discovery rooms which encourage hands-on learning for all ages.
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407 Columbus Ave.
Waco, TX 76701
(254) 756-2828
One of four historic house museums operated by the Historic Waco Foundation.
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4521 Speight Ave.
Waco, TX 76711
(254) 756-1221
The Red Men Museum & Library, the official national museum of the Red Men fraternal order, houses an eclectic collection of historic pieces.

318 Rogers Hill Rd.
Waco, TX 76705
(254) 829-1151
Since 1979, Stanton Glass Studio has been working with Texas’ finest designers and architects, handcrafting leaded glass into inspired architectural windows and lighting.

6826 East State Highway 6
Waco, TX 76705
(254) 875-2375
Locally owned winery.

I-35/University Parks Dr.
Waco, TX 76702
(254) 750-8631
The Texas Ranger Hall of Fame & Museum is the official State Hall of Fame for the Texas Rangers Law Enforcement Agency. Exhibits feature the history and equipment of the Texas Ranger from Wild West days to the present.
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1108 S. University Parks Dr.
Waco, TX 76706
(254) 756-1633
The museum includes the Texas Sports Hall of Fame, Texas Tennis Hall of Fame, the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame, and the new Southwest Conference exhibit. Texas greats such as Nolan Ryan, Tom Landry, Babe Didrickson and many others are featured.
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605 Austin Ave.
Waco, TX 76701
(254) 313-8920
The Creative Art Studio & Theatre is located in the historic Woolworth building in downtown Waco.

322 S. Main St.
McGregor, TX 76657
(254) 840-4477
Full service tobacconist and cigar lounge.

8532 Hwy. 6 North
Waco, TX 76712
(254) 848-4343
Tours and tastings available, along with a gift shop.

1517 Lake Air Drive
Waco, TX 76710
(254) 776-1591
The Waco Civic Theatre produces six Main Stage and two fundraising productions, ranging from Shakespeare to contemporary musicals.
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400 S. University Pks. Dr.
Waco, TX 76706
The Waco Downtown Farmers Market is a year-round riverside market, located at 400 South University Parks Drive, near the old Fire Tower. Since November 2011, the Market has been and will continue to be open every Saturday from 9:00am to 1:00pm, featuring the best local agricultural producers and artisan vendors within 150-miles of Waco.

6220 Steinbeck Bend Road
Waco, TX
(254) 750-7946
Opened in December, 2009, this site is the nation's first and only recorded discovery of a nursery herd of Pleistocene mammoths, according to the National Park Service. The dig shelter that protects the bones creates an atmosphere of an art gallery. Natural light floods into the shelter from all directions and a suspended walkway provides a stunning overhead view of the mammoths.

University Pks Dr./Washington Ave.
Waco, TX 76701
(254) 750-8080
Completed in 1870, this 470-foot single span suspension bridge was one of the longest in the world when built. Now open to foot traffic only, the bridge stands in the very heart of Waco. Festivals abound in Indian Spring Park, and the Riverwalk forms a scenic loop for runners that crosses the river at Herring Avenue.

Waco Hall/Baylor University
Waco, TX 76706
(254) 754-0851
The Waco Symphony Orchestra offers quality orchestral music for all of Central Texas. The Orchestra, led by conductor Stephen Heyde, features a variety of world-renowned soloists at its season subscription concerts, which run from September through April.
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450 S. Old Temple
Hewitt, TX 76643
(254) 666-6173
Warren Park is a 10 acre public park featuring a walking trail, volleyball court, baseball backstop, basketball goal, 2 playgrounds, and rental pavillions.