Here is a list of tourism-related closures and COVID-19 changes in the Waco area. This is a rapidly changing situation, so if you know of anything that needs to be added, please email [email protected].
Sheltering in Place
- Waco Vacation Rentals is renting their short term rental properties as mid-term stays for those who are needing places to stay while they shelter in place.
- Lori Davidson has two short term rentals available for sheltering in place. https://www.vrbo.com/ – Property IDS are 729987 and 1013519
- To be added to this list, please email [email protected].
Silo District Trolley / LaSalle/Circle Shuttle
Waco Transit System will not be running the Silo District Trolley. The La Salle Circle Shuttle will be adjusted to 7:15 a.m. – 5:15 p.m., Monday-Saturday-until further notice.
Attractions & Facilities Closures
- Magnolia Market & Silos grounds
- Silos Baking Co.
- Magnolia Press
- Little Shop on Bosque
- Magnolia Table
- Waco Tourist Information Center
- Waco Convention Center
- Waco Convention & Visitors Bureau
- Cameron Park Zoo
- Texas Ranger Hall of Fame
- Waco Mammoth National Monument
- Martin Museum of Art
- Dr Pepper Museum
- Knox Center and Texas Ranger Education Center
- Mayborn Museum
- Armstrong Browning Library
- Texas Sports Hall of Fame
- East Terrace House Museum
- McCulloch House Museum
- Earle-Napier-Kinnard House Museum
- Lake Waco Wetlands
- Waco Tours
- Brazos River Safari
- Valley Mills Vineyards
- Cottonwood Creek Golf Course
- City of Waco Community Centers
- Riverbend Ballpark
- Redmen Museum
- Disc Golf Courses
- City Tennis Courts
- Horseshoe Pits
- Sul Ross Skate Park
- City Basketball Courts
With the exception of those listed below, Waco’s hotels remain open for business as they are considered an essential service.
- Waco Hilton
- Courtyard by Marriott
- Hilton Garden Inn
- We are updating our Calendar of Events as we receive information about postponements or cancellations.
City Press Release from Wiley Stem