Magnolia – Tour the Silos Grounds

Meet us at the Silos here in Waco, Texas for a 45-minute guided walking tour. Hear the inspiring story of how Magnolia came to be and the unique history behind each addition to the Silos property. Included in the tour is a free coffee from Magnolia Press, as well as a visit to the roof…

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Magnolia – Tour the Castle

Take a tour of Chip and Jo’s latest Fixer Upper—a century-old castle in the heart of Waco, Texas. This is a limited-time opportunity to step inside our newest Fixer Upper and see its transformation before it airs on the second season of Fixer Upper: Welcome Home this fall. Tour dates begin July 21, 2022, and…

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8th Street Market

8th Street Market is located across the street from Magnolia Market and the Silos in Waco, Texas. We are the home of JDH Ironworks downtown location, M Doughnuts and Waco Tours satellite location. Our market will also host vendor events throughout the year, so be on the look out for a fun event soon! At…

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Magnolia Home at the Silos

Joanna Gaines thoughtfully designs each piece of the Magnolia Home Furniture line with family, aesthetic, and practicality in mind. Her approach to design marries function and utility with the perfect level of relaxed sophistication.

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Magnolia Press Coffee Co.

Read Joanna’s blog “Introducing Our Coffee Shop: Magnolia Press”: “Coffee has a way of grounding me—that morning cup is a simple reminder to celebrate the new day, and then there’s the occasional afternoon cup that serves as a pick-me-up and gives me something to look forward to. One of my favorite things to do on…

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Magnolia Carriage House

Originally located in Grapevine, Texas, this charming home was moved onto the property near the Magnolia House in the 1980s and was renovated in season 3 of Fixer Upper. It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and can serve as a peaceful getaway for up to six people. Season 3, Episode 17 The home is generally…

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Cottonland Castle

In 1890, local stone contractor John Tennant decided to build a new home after striking a deal with banker J. W. Mann. The deal provided Tennant with a plot of land in exchange for a stone obelisk to mark the Mann plot in Oakwood Cemetery. Tennant took the leftover stone from his latest construction job…

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Hotel 1928 – Coming in 2023

Featuring a Moorish-style arched entry and ballroom large enough for hundreds, the building’s architecture remains largely unchanged since it opened in 1928. Its entry foyer still has decorative symbols of Freemasons and Shriners, including scimitars, double eagles, and the Masonic compass and square. The Grand Karem Shrine Building will undergo an extensive redevelopment. The completed…

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Waco Suspension Bridge & Cattle Drive Sculptures

Note: Renovation of portions of the bridge will cause the bridge itself to be closed to pedestrian traffic from time to time. Indian Spring Park will remain open. 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…

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