Waco Tourism

Waco (/ˈweɪkoʊ/ WAY-koh) is a city which is the county seat of McLennan County, Texas, United States. It is situated along the Brazos River and I-35, halfway between Dallas and Austin. The city had a 2010 population of 124,805, making it the 22nd-most populous city in the state. The US Census 2015 population estimate is 132,356. The Waco Metropolitan Statistical Area consists of McLennan and Falls Counties, which had a 2010 population of 234,906. Falls County was added to the Waco MSA in 2013. The US Census 2015 population estimate for the Waco MSA is 262,813.


First things first, if you love spicy food you are in the right place. Previously inhabited by the Wichita Indians tribe, Waco continues the inherited tradition of spicy food. So, whatever you eat here, well almost, will have a dash some lip-smacking chilies. There are a few educational institutions in the city, that hold strong religious customs. Speaking of education in the city, the number of 97 Baptist churches in the city cannot go unmentioned, as both have common relevance. It is said that students in these institutions are allowed to go to one of these 97 churches on Sundays, along with some more takes attached to this practice. Specifically coming to Waco tourism, points of interest include the Cameron Park Zoo, the Waco Mammoth National Monument, the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum and the Waco Suspension Bridge among more.


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