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Dallas' Reunion Tower GeO-Deck Observation Ticket
"An icon of the Dallas Skyline since 1978 the Reunion Tower GeO-Deck offers visitors a 360-degree view to Dallas.Start your journey by having your photo taken at Reunion Tower's PIX photo experience. As part of the ticket price you will receive a free digital photo. A Reunion Tower Ambassador will take a photo of you at the bottom of the tower and by the time you reach the top you can share it with the world. You can view your image at the PIX kiosk choose a background share it through email or social media
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Nasher Sculpture Center Admission
"Welcome to the Nasher Sculpture Center – a museum oasis in the heart of downtown Dallas and home to one of the finest collections of modern and contemporary sculptures in the world. Explore the luminous indoor and outdoor galleries to discover works by t including those by Matisse Picasso and Giacometti as well as to view special exhibitions featuring modern masters and contemporary artists. Complete your visit with lunch on the terrace at Nasher Cafe by Wolfgang Puck and be sure to stop by the award-winning Nasher Store for one-of-a-kind gifts jewelry and décor.The Nasher Sculpture Center presents rotating exhibitions of works from the Nasher family collection as well as special exhibitions drawn from other museums and private collections. In addition to indoor gallery space the Center contains an auditorium education and research facilities
From $10.00
 
Dallas Arts District Scavenger Hunt Adventure
"The adventure begins at the Meyersen Symphony Center and takes you on a well-designed course among historic and cultural sights past great artwork and through the city’s most active park. The tour requires approximately 1.75 miles of walking with numerous stops along the route to complete challenges and decipher clues. The game software tracks team points and posts the final score to a city leaderboard for those with a competitive edge. Using a smart phone as “the guide” allows parti leaving time to stop for some Dallas BBQ or simply enjoy the city and the scenery. Great for families friends and those ready to have fun while seeing the city! Please note that pricing is per individual but your team must book together. One voucher is valid for your team of 2-5 people.""""Turn the Dallas Arts District into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure! This challenge combines the excitement of the Amazing Race with a 3-hour city walking tour. Guided from any smart phone
From $15.00

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Built To Last--The ALICO Building

As we were driving through the downtown area in our attempt to find a particular restaurant, we saw the ALICO building stretching towards the sky. Once we arrived home, I looked further into its...
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VeronicaG
Aug 10, 2008

The Jewel of Waco--Baylor University

Baylor University was officially established in 1845 after a group of 35 delegates to the Union Baptist Assocation accepted a suggestion by Reverend William Milton Tryon and District Judge R.E.B....
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VeronicaG
Aug 10, 2008

McClennan County Courthouse

I'm drawn to courthouses, as some of you might also be. The McClennan County Courthouse pictured here, is actually the fourth courthouse constructed. Earlier buildings were built in 1850, 1856, 1877,...
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VeronicaG
Aug 09, 2008

The Waco Suspension Bridge - Historical Marker

In 1866, the Waco Bridge Company received a 25 year charter that no toll bridge or ferry would be built within 5 miles of this bridge so they would be able to recoup the cost of the bridge's budget....
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ATXtraveler
Feb 21, 2005

Texas Star Bear

As Texas is known as the Lone Star State, I liked this piece of art in front of Baylor's Law School. Not only is it a Bear, which is Baylor's mascot, but it is also in the shape of the Texas Lone...
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ATXtraveler
Feb 21, 2005

Thomas Hudson Barron Historical Marker

Thomas Hudson Barron was one of the major contributors to the story of Waco. As one of the first pioneers to Texas, Barron was a volunteer in the building of Texas and came from his home state of...
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ATXtraveler
Feb 21, 2005
 
 
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Texas Rangers and Fence Cutters Historical Marker

Before 1875 in Texas, Cattle roamed over thousands of acres of public land, and free grazing became a tradition. After 1875, an increasing farm populace tended to protect crops and other property with...
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ATXtraveler
Feb 21, 2005

Waco Historical Marker

Within Sight of this spot March 1, 1849, occured the first sale of town lots at Waco Village. Former home of Waco Indians. Shapley Ross, First Settler started Brazos Ferry in 1850, McLennan County was...
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Feb 21, 2005

Waco Visitors Information Center

If you are headed to Waco, and do not plan to do any informational gathering previous to your trip, I would recommend stopping in to the Waco's Visitor Information Center located next to the Texas...
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Feb 21, 2005

Waco's Visitor Information Center

If you are planning a trip to Waco, make sure that you stop in at the Visitor's Information Center located just south of the Texas Ranger Museum. It contains clean bathrooms, helpful ambassadors, and...
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ATXtraveler
Feb 21, 2005

Siteseeing

Museums, And the Cameron Zoo is a must see. Bring a camera that doesn't lock-up on you, when you are about to take a great shot... :-)) A nice picnic lunch, in a relaxing setting like Cameron Park......
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Sweetberry1
Jul 15, 2003

Visitor Information Centre

Visitor Information Centre is a must to visit first to collect all the info, maps and guides on what there is to see in Waco. The lady there was very helpful. The centre is right next to the Texas...
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keeweechic
Jun 12, 2003

not stop. I'm not pessimistic,...

not stop. I'm not pessimistic, but I've heard people refer to this place as a black hole of sorts. The area is split into three classes - unemployed, low-income, and super rich. The job market is...
Spamhooligan
Aug 26, 2002

Well here is my take on this...

Well here is my take on this little question. I think where to take someone depends on his/her interest. And it's not the place a person lives that is so great, it's what you do with the place you...
trpenner
Aug 24, 2002

Top Hotels in Waco

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211 Clay Avenue, 76706
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113 South University Parks Drive, Waco, Texas, 76701-2241, United States
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4257 North IH-35, Waco, Texas, 76705, United States
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720 Martin Luther King Blvd, Waco, Texas, 76704, United States
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1504 Interstate Hwy 35 North, Waco, Texas, 76705, United States
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Top Things to Do in Waco

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Dr. Pepper Museum

Dr. Pepper, invented by Waco pharmacist "Doc" Charles Alderton in 1885, is the oldest soft drink in America. It was called a "Waco" because it was not available outside the town. This museum is...
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Texas Ranger Museum

This museum is dedicated to the famed Texas Rangers, a historical and current law enforcement unit in Texas. There history goes back to the Texas Republic where they were the main frontier lawmen....
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Brazos River

Many cities that are located on a river have a riverwalk and Waco is no exception. Here the riverwalk follows along the Brazos River from Fort Fisher Park past the Suspension Bridge and Cameron Park...
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Craft Gallery

In this world of national chains, you cannot find a place that offers something new, different, and one of a kind. When I went to this store, there were things that made me smile. Home decor, gifts,...
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Baylor University

Another big part of Waco's is Baylor University. Baylor was established in 1845 and has grown into an internationally respected university with over 15,000 students. Taking a walking tour of the...
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Waco Suspension Bridge

Waco Suspension Bridge was built in 1870 as a pedestrian and wagon crossing bridge. It became the vital route by which much of the great Western movement passed, including the Chisholm Trail. It was...
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"Waco, TX... my home for 4 fun filled years!"
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"Basaic Waco Page"
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"Mammoths, Historic Village & the First Dr...."
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"Keeweechic's Waco"
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