Waco is the county seat of McLennan County. Home to around 125,000 people, it has several attractions that you would love to visit. So get on a charter bus in Waco, Texas and discover the city today.
A charter bus in Waco, Texas can help you tour all the places you include in your itinerary. We recommend going to these places:
The city is home to several art galleries that you can check out. Art Center of Waco schools new artists and exhibits the works of established ones. Meanwhile, the Martin Museum of Art has been educating the public about the arts for more than three decades now, through several art exhibits, guest artists and speakers. Other visual art galleries that you can go to includes Anthem Studios, Art Forum of Waco, Croft Art Gallery, the Silver Maple Gallery, the Stanton Glass Studio and Woodworks, Studio Gallery, and the Creative Art Studio & Theatre.
If you like dance performances, you should catch the Ballet Folklorico las Estrellas de Waco, Brazos Valley Cloggers, McLennan Community College Dance Company, and Out on a Limb Dance Company as they perform at different venues across the city and its neighboring areas.
Or you might want to have a night of beautiful music. If that is the case then catch the Baylor Symphony and the Waco Symphony Orchestra at Baylor University. Or check out the Brazos Nights at Indian Spring Park, the Waco Community Band or the Waco Jazz Orchestra at the MCCs Ball Performing Arts Center.
Waco also has several theater groups that you could patronize, including Baylor Theatre, the Brazos Theatre Group, Jubilee Theatre, Waco Childrens Theatre, and the Waco Civic Theatre.
Waco has close to two dozen sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This includes several historic houses such as Earle-Napier-Kinnard House, Fort House, John Wesley Mann House, Madison Cooper House, McCulloch House, and Rotan-Dossett House. You also have two bridges Waco Suspension Bridge and Scranton Avenue Bridge.
There are also four historic districts here: Castle Heights Historic District, Texas Textile Mills-L.L. Sams Company Historic District, Veterans Administration Hospital Historic District, and Waco Downtown Historic District.
Other historic sites you could visit include Artesian Manufacturing and Bottling Company Building, Forsgard Homestead, Hippodrome, McClennan County Courthouse, McDermott Motors Building, Praetorian Building, and Waco Drug Company.
The outdoors is one of the biggest draws of Waco and there are a lot of opportunities for you to get out and have fun. Firstly, do check out the city parks, where you could play sports, have a picnic, let the kids play, or get fit.
Amsler Park has great walking trails for you to enjoy and also an aquatic center for those who would love to swim. Hewitt Park has 32 acres of space and features two playgrounds, volleyball courts, baseball backstop, soccer fields, horse shoe pits, disc golf course, and a basketball half court. Meanwhile, Brazos Park East has a boat ramp, trails, pavilion, horseshoe pits, and disc golf course.
Other parks you could visit include Brame Park Cameron Park, H.O.T. Dog Park, Indian Spring Park, Lions Park, and Warren Park.
Golfers would love the variety of golf courses here. You can select from Cottonwood Creek Golf Course, Ridgewood Country Club, Twin Rivers Golf Club, Bogey's Par 3, James Connally Golf Course, or the Lake Country Club.
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