Waco Mammoth National Monument
The fossils are the first and only documented evidence of a nursery herd of ice era Columbian mammoths in the United States.
Waco Suspension Bridge
The Waco Riverwalk is a 7-mile paved road that follows the Brazos River's bank and links various public parks in downtown Waco.
It is a private research center and the state's oldest continually running university. The university campus is lovely for a stroll.
This 400-acre city park is an urban paradise with a National Recreation Trail system, various parks and playground areas, and man-made attractions to explore.
The natural history museum contains several hands-on displays focusing on Central Texas and covering topics such as archaeology, geology, and paleontology.
Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum
The Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum honors some of the most renowned rangers and provides an informative tour of their service across multiple centuries.
Cameron Park Zoo
One of Waco's highlights is the Cameron Park Zoo. The 52-acre zoo is home to over 300 different animal species.
Armstrong Browning Library and Museum
The Armstrong Browning Library and Museum has the world's biggest collection of books, correspondence, and other documents linked to the Brownings.
Texas Sports Hall of Fame
It was the first sports Hall of Fame in the United States, with over 6,000 pieces of sports memorabilia.
Dr. Pepper Museum
The oldest popular soda brand in America is Dr. Pepper. The museum's displays that trace the development of the renowned soft drink.