Visit Waco, Texas
Located in the Heart of Texas, Greater Waco and the surrounding communities enjoy great weather and wonderful recreational and sports opportunities. From little league and Big 12 games to popular hike-and-bike trails and venues for every sport, Waco is a bustling environment for sporting events.
Nestled along the Brazos River, Waco is home to Baylor University, The Dr. Pepper Museum, HGTV’s Fixer Uppers and so much more. It is a community united in tradition and innovation that has developed into a vacation destination for travelers from all over the country. Here, you will find an array of museums, nearly 300 dining options, over 3,400 hotel rooms and more shopping than you can handle. From the Cameron Park Zoo, football at McLane Stadium and the Magnolia Markets, Waco is sure to have something fun for every member of the family.
Come see what this great city has to offer your next trip!
By the Brazos River, Cameron Park Zoo is home to lions, otters and meerkats. The Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum traces the history of the state law enforcement agency and displays vintage badges and weapons. The Dr Pepper Museum pays homage to the famed, locally invented soft drink. The Waco Mammoth National Monument is a fossil site home to the bones of Columbian mammoths.
So many of us are always on the hunt to eat at the most popular spots anytime we travel somewhere new. With favorites like George’s Restaurant Bar & Catering, Cafe Homestead, and Vitek’s BBQ and more, get ready to experience the best flavors around Waco.
From food trucks to fine dining, Waco has it all.
Downtown Waco is where you shop when you’re looking for something special and different. Local small shop owners carefully curate their goods and are constantly offering new finds. That’s why one shopping trip won’t do, you have to keep coming back for more!
Waco has all kinds of stores and boutiques for everyone, click below to check them out.
Waco is home to Baylor University, Cameron Park, and, of course, The Silos at Magnolia Market. As the midway point between Austin and Dallas, it’s the perfect weekend getaway—and local bed and breakfasts and hotels will ensure you have a comfortable, enjoyable stay. We look forward to seeing you!
Looking to get away? Check out the many hotels and Airbnbs that Waco has to offer.