Did You Know?
Waco was the same size as Dallas in the year 1870, and the same size as Austin in 1880.
In 1970, one hundred years after its completion, the Waco Suspension Bridge became the first Waco edifice placed on the National Register of Historic Sites.
In 2015, the Waco Mammoth site, which contains the remains of at least 24 mammoths, was designated as a National Monument.
The Alico Building in Downtown Waco was the tallest building west of the Mississippi River until 1922.
Downtown’s Cameron Park includes some of the best mountain biking in the state of Texas.
Did you know collegiate sculling teams from across the country practice on the Brazos River in Downtown Waco?