Best Landmarks in Waco

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Waco, Texas. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve the best!


503 South 4th Street, Waco, TX 76706

Since 1854

Collection, Exhibitions, Architecture Buildings, Gift Shop, Events, School Programs, Historic Preservation, Weddings, Cultural Activities, Event Rentals, Historical Places, Private Occasions, Guided Tours, Field Trips, Summer Camps & Holiday Historic House Tour

Free admission for active military & children under 6 years old ● Their mission is fulfilled through educational programming, community lectures, diverse exhibitions, and through their three interpreted house museums that are open to the public ● One of four Historic Waco Foundation house museums ● Offers house tours, as well as, field trips for school groups, their Traveling Trunk program, special events & rotating exhibitions


Mon - Fri 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sat 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Sun Closed

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814 South 4th Street, Waco, TX 76706

Since 1856

Preservation and Restoration, Event Rentals, Historical Buildings, Group Tour, Exhibitions, Events, Community Outreach, Educational/Youth and Family Programs, House, Rentals Facility, Workshops, Cultural Activities, Summer Camps & Guided Tours

Free admission for military & ages 7 and under ● The house is beautiful year-round, takes on a special ambiance at Christmastime, when each room is decorated for the season ● The fireplaces provided heat and a wood stove would have been used for cooking

Price: Adults: $3, Seniors: $2.50, Students: $2


Tue - Sat 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sun 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Mon Closed

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1503 Columbus Avenue, Waco, TX 76701

Since 1891

Schools, Historical Building, Exhibitions, Events, Collections, Family and Children Programs, Adult, Rental Facility, Preservation, Wedding, Teachers, Camps, Guided Tours, Gift Shop, Reception & Dinner Party

Its stands unique in the South as a result of its differing architectural style ● While most large nineteenth-century southern houses were designed in the Greek Revival or Victorian style, Rotan-Dossett Households the influence of the Shingle, Stick, and Queen Anne styles in the structure ● Several stained glass windows line the second floor landing, adding to the house‚Äôs stately grandeur


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