Located in the heart of downtown Waco, walking distance from Magnolia Market at the Silos. Stumpy’s Hatchet House Waco is “axe”cited to be in Waco. Stumpy’s offers corporate team building events, kick-axe bachelor/bachelorette parties, birthday celebrations for the big kids, axe-citing adventure dates, a fun night out with friends, and a great place to drop…

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If bowling, darts, and axes had a baby, it would be axe throwing! You can throw axes, either one-handed or 2 handed, toward a target. You will be awarded points based on where your axe lands on the target! Coaches and staff are trained to keep you as safe as possible throughout your experience. You…

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Waco Ale Company uses the highest quality ingredients to create award-winning craft beers for every palate – whether you’re a beginner looking for just a little more flavor, or a connoisseur looking for the rarest of brews. A local, family-owned business that creates high quality, small-batch craft beer. Facebook

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Located on 33 acres, near Lorena, Texas (10 miles south of Waco), Country Spring Vineyard and Wine Garden reflect our love for wines and park-like settings. We offer a relaxing country-side setting that allows you to enjoy your friends, great wines, and beautiful scenery. Tasting Room Hours: Friday, Saturday and Sunday 1 PM until 7…

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Hours of Operation: Sunday to Saturday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day. Guided Tour Fees  Adults: $5 Seniors (age 62+): $4 Military and Educators (with ID): $4 Students (ages 13-18 or with college ID): $4 Children (ages 4-12): $3 (under age 4): Free Note: National Park passes do…

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The Waco Riverwalk includes approximately seven miles of multi-use, lighted trail that loops along both banks of the Brazos River.  The scenic riverwalk stretches from Baylor University to Cameron Park and passes underneath the Suspension Bridge.  The rivewalk is accessible from various points throught downtown Waco and captures the natural beauty of the Brazos River…

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Waco’s Historic Suspension Bridge was the longest single-span suspension bridge west of the Mississippi when it was completed in 1870. The bridge was built with cable supplied by the John Roebling Co., who built the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City. Crucial to traders and travelers for well over a century, the bridge stands as…

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The Waco Hippodrome is home to live performances, 3 movie theatres, The Raleigh Diner and The Hightop rooftop bar and patio. The Hippodrome is Waco’s most unique entertainment experience, complete with full service in-theatre dining. As we embark on a second century in the biz, we are excited to feature the best that downtown Waco…

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Valley Mills Vineyards is a full-production, boutique winery. VMV farms over thirty acres of local vineyards and make all of their wines in-house from Texas-grown grapes. They specialize in the production of dry red wines, but offer a range of other options. Founded in 2006, VMV now has Wine Club Members across Texas and the…

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