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Waco Walking Tours offers fun walking tours of Waco, Texas, for visitors and people who live here and want to know more about their hometown. They are offered on the first Saturday of the month at 9:30 AM.

These tours are a fundraiser for Act Locally Waco, a local non-profit that encourages people to enjoy Waco and get involved in building up the community.

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When do the walks take place? — Walks are the first Saturday of each month at 9:30 AM.

How do I register? – Registration  is not required, but we sure like to know you are coming!  Click on one of the links above to register.

How much does it cost? – $20. We can easily and gratefully accept cash or checks.  We can accept credit cards if you are patient! All proceeds benefit Act Locally Waco, a local non-profit that encourages people to enjoy Waco and get involved in the community.

How long is it? – The walk is a little over a mile with frequent stops.  It takes 2-2.5 hours depending on how briskly the group is willing to march along.

What does it cover? – Waco has a fascinating history with elements of the Old South, the Wild West, tragedy, triumph… it’s really a terrific microcosm of American history.  We can’t cover it all, but we’ll cram in as much as we can!  (It’s even a little PG rated!) You’ll get the highlights (and low lights) of  Waco’s fascinating past and also a good orientation of things to do, places to eat, etc.  in the downtown Waco area. Specific sights include:

  • McLennan County Courthouse
  • ALICO Building
  • City Hall
  • Freedom Fountain
  • Brazos River
  • Waco Suspension Bridge …and others!

These walks a great introduction to Waco for visitors and folks who are new to town…even long-time Wacoans walk away with a little something new.  Please join us!

Where do we meet up? – Tours depart from the parking lot of the McLennan County Courthouse (501 Washington Ave. Waco, TX — Corner of 6th and Washington Ave.) Just inside the Waco Downtown Farmer’s Market.

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