Waco Pedal Tours

Waco Pedal Tours is Waco’s one and only pedal bike tour. Not offering another thing to do in Waco, but a unique activity that can cater to whatever your needs entail. Ride along on a scheduled tour, or contact Waco Pedal Tours to arrange a custom private tour with the theme of your choice—the sky…

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Wildland

Wildland is an independent clothing and lifestyle shop.  You’ve seen Joanna wearing some of the styles from this locally owned shop. A modern, curated collection of clothing and objects. The Wildland style is utilitarian, but sophisticated; effortless, but intentional; tough, but feminine. We often describe it as “boys’ clothes for girls.” Closed Monday. Facebook

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Wine Shoppe

Neighborhood wine shop in Waco, TX – importing wines from small family-owned growers and bringing them to you. Closed Sunday through Tuesday. Facebook

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Waco Riverwalk

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 Running Company

On top of our wide array of running shoes, we also provide the best selection of activewear in the city. With the latest selection of running shorts, tops and tights, as well as reflective equipment, hydration and nutrition, our staff is well prepared to outfit new runners and experienced athletes alike. Come by to check…

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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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Waco Downtown Farmers Market

The Waco Downtown Farmers Market is a year-round market, located at 500 Washington Ave. – across from the McLennan County Courthouse. Featuring the best local agricultural producers, artisan vendors and local cuisine within 150-miles of Waco. Facebook

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The Findery

The Findery is a medley of six shops living under one roof—so no matter your style, you will be sure to find that perfect something. Carefully curated and uniquely stocked, with uncommon finds for your home to statement pieces for your closet. Closed Sunday. Facebook

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The Findery Marketplace

Our warehouse was never supposed to see the light of day. As an old HEB Grocery Store, it was lacking in looks and was a little bit scary to be honest. It’s sole purpose, when we purchased it, was storage. A block behind The Findery, it was the perfect location, but when our guests began…

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