Texas Ranger Hall of Fame & Museum
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We’re the official hall of fame, museum and archives of the Texas Rangers, the oldest state law enforcement agency in the USA and a symbol of the American West.
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Go see the Texas Ranger Museum and I don't mean the baseball team. See what a real Texas Ranger is made of.
I love this place! See the actual stories unfold through the archives of the legendary Texas Rangers. Bonnie and Clyde met their fate with the Rangers and you can view all the guns confiscated including the ones the Rangers used. Hundreds of stories are shared here from the elite lawmen. A couple of…
If you find yourself in Waco the famous Texas Ranger law enforcement Hall of Fame and Museum is a wonderful step back in history to see the development of Texas.
This museum showcases the history of the Texas Rangers, a statewide police force that has famously protected the Lone Star State for centuries!
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“Birthplace of the greatest soda there ever was! It’s more than just DrPepper history...it’s also Waco History! There is also a soda shop on the grounds that you can visit separate from the museum.”
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“Cameron Park is Waco’s hidden gem! Acres of green and trails for walking, jogging or bicycling. You can take it easy on the flat river trail or venture into the wild on one of the many more adventurous trails. Be careful some are for bikes only so keep an eye out for signs. You can park at Redwood shelter and walk to the River Trail trail-head. Or just keep driving into the park for a tree lined drive. You’ll find several mini parks with parking and trail heads along the way. It’s all beautiful so just take a chance on any of the trails :) Don’t forget your phone for finding your way around the park - even the trails are on Google maps.”
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“Well this little coffee shop use to be just the musky college hangout but has now grabbed the attention of many more since it was on an episode of Fixer Upper. My favorite has always been the Cowboy Coffee with and extra shot of secret sauce...cause I like my coffee sweet! They often host live music on weekends. There is a drive thru tucked between CG and Heritage Creamery that’s next door. This CG location sits on the edge of campus right off I-35. There is a newer Common Grounds coffee shop in nearby Hewitt that shares space with SlowRise Pizza”
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“Entertaining for both kids and adults. There is a kid “side” to the library as well as a natural science/history “side”. Perfect indoor activity for all ages. They typically have a special exhibit that changes every few months. ”
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“This is just 5 minutes up the road from the AB&B so if you have an hour or two and any interest in mammoths, paleontology or just want to get outside for a bit check this national monument out! It’s a fairly small exhibit so it doesn’t take long. You’re basically going to see the mammoth bones still laying where they were discovered￼￼￼! If you would like to go I highly suggest you look on the website and find a time for the ranger guided tour!￼￼”
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