Local Attractions


Hawaiian Falls Waco (Waterpark)

900 Lake Shore Drive
Waco, TX 76708

Phone: (254) 892-0222
Toll Free Number: (888) 544-7550
Fax: (254) 754-2515


Waco Mammoth Site

6220 Steinbeck Bend Drive
Waco, Texas 76708

Phone: (254) 750-7946

Hours of Operation:

Sunday and Monday: Closed
Tuesday – Friday:  11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday:  9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Hillsboro Cell Block Museum

The Hill County “Cell Block” Museum, located one block north of the Courthouse in the old county jail house (1893 – 1983),  was awarded a Texas Historical Marker in 1981 and is entered in the National Register of Historic Places.

The Museum was the old county jail, completed in 1893. The architect was W.C. Dodson, who also designed the Hill County Courthouse. The jail was built by Lovell & Hood at a cost of $26,220. The front part of the building served as living quarters for the sheriff’s family, and the rear housed the cell blocks, kitchen facilities, and sheriff’s office. Prisoners were kept here until April of 1983, at which time the Hill County Historical Commission obtained the “old jail” to restore and use as a county museum.


Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum

The Official Historical Center of the Texas Rangers™
1-35 and University Parks Drive
PO Box 2570, Waco, TX 76702-2570
Phone: (254) 750-8631

Museum Hours – Monday thru Sunday
Opens 9 am – Last Guest Admitted at 4:30 pm
Admissions & Reservations Info: 254-750-8631
Closed: Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Days

Closes 5 pm
Research Center (library) Hours Vary – Please Call for an Appointment

Accessible to Visitors with Disabilities


The Dr Pepper Museum and Free Enterprise Institute

300 South 5th Street
Waco, Texas 76701

Phone: 254.757.1025
Fax: 254.757.2221


Phone: 254-750-8400


Homestead Heritage
P.O. Box 869
Elm Mott, Texas 76640

Phone: (254) 754-9600

Our Traditional Crafts Village showcases a community of craftsmen who have returned, not to the past, but to the enduring values exemplified in hand-craftsmanship. True craft requires more than skill: it expresses the craftsmen’s care and concern, their personal investment in everything they do. You can visit the shops of our crafts village, watch our craftsmen work, even attend classes to learn craft skills and, in all this, experience with our craftsmen the joy and fulfillment of returning to craft, the art of work.


Mayborn Museum Complex
Mailing Address:
One Bear Place # 97154
Waco, TX 76798-7154
Physical Address:
1300 S. University Parks
Waco, TX 76706

Phone: 254.710.1110
Fax: 254.710.1173