The Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas, is the state-designated official historical center of the famed Texas Rangers law enforcement agency. It consists of the Homer Garrison, Jr. museum gallery, the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame, the Texas Ranger Research Center and the Headquarters of Texas Rangers Company "F". The City of Waco serves as the appointed trustee on behalf of the Texas Department of Public Safety and the Texas Legislature. Located near I-35 Exit 335B in Waco.
Nine years ago, Balcones was little more than an idea fueled by a ruthless drive to create something new, something genuine, something worthwhile - a Texas whisky tradition. It all started with an old welding shop under a bridge. We hammered and welded our own stills, and sawed and nailed on that little shack to build the distillery that we use to this day. Award-winning whiskies and spirits made from scratch in downtown Waco, TX.
Come and enjoy a rich Mexican food like the traditional mole Rojo, the rich huaraches to your liking or delicious pambasos chorizo with potatoes.. this and more here at jarritos restaurant. Don't forget you can Bring Your Own Beer at Jarritos Restaurant. We have delicious Mexican food all varieties. If you don't see it on the menu you can ask to you servers and we can make it. For Regular. Rich breakfasts or lunches, come and enjoy a nice meal at jarritos restaurant.
The Backyard Bar Stage & Grill features a 27’ x 15’ outdoor concert stage, fire pits, a cascading fountain, rooftop seating , washer pits, corn hole pits, outdoor billiards, 40 ft outdoor screen, a full restaurant and bar, frozen drink station a year full of concerts with names such as: Kevin Fowler, Josh Abbott Band, Stoney LaRue, Casey Donahew, Whiskey Myers, Blackhawk and many more.
As food can always be intensified by adding a little spice, so can your life! Welcome to Spice Village: a collection of shops that has all you need to add a little or a lot of zest to your life! With more than 90 various shops under one roof, one can feel as if they are offered the very best of products to choose from, selection and variety notwithstanding. Our endless options of apparel, accessories, home décor, and vintage offer just the right combination of affordable and luxury.
Homestead Heritage is an agrarian- and craft-based intentional Christian community. Its literature stresses simplicity, sustainability, self-sufficiency, cooperation, service and quality craftsmanship. It also strives to live in peaceful coexistence with the land, other people and other faiths. In its Craft Village, the community has a pottery house, a blacksmith shop, a cheese-making house, a woodworking and fine furniture-making shop, and a fiber-crafts cottage featuring knitting and weaving.
Magnolia Market is owned by Chip and Joanna Gaines and located in the heart of downtown Waco. There's a little something for everyone here at Magnolia Market at the Silos. Shopping, games, the garden and even a bite to eat at our bakery or food trucks. The Market itself is staged and set up with one goal in mind: to inspire you to own the space you're in. We hope that you'll come to visit and leave excited about your home.
Learn about the Texas athletes who have distinguished themselves both on and off the field and arenas at the Texas Sports Hall of Fame. One step inside the Texas Sports Hall of Fame will engage visitors in an interactive tour of the history of Texas athletics. Watch clips of important sports moments in Texas history in the Tom Landry Theater, show school spirit by singing along with the school songs from Texas universities, and compare hand and shoe sizes to those of NBA greats.
Waco is the home of the nation's oldest major soft drink - Dr Pepper! The Dr Pepper Museum & Free Enterprise Institute is located in two historic buildings in downtown Waco, Texas. Explore the history of Dr Pepper in the Artesian Manufacturing and Bottling Company building, then walk across the courtyard to the new Emerson Holt - Ted Getterman Exhibit Gallery for more interactive exhibits. Frosty's Soda Shop and Peggy Pepper's Emporium are open to the public, no admission required.