Dr. Pepper Museum
Waco is the home of the Nation’s oldest major soft drink. The Museum is housed in the 1906 Artesian Manufacturing and Bottling Company building located in downtown Waco.
Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum
The Rangers have protected the people of Texas since 1823, when colonizer Stephen F. Austin called for men to "Range" the frontier.
The modern Texas Rangers are an investigative division of the Texas Department of Public Safety. The 172 Rangers authorized by the Texas Legislature are posted across Texas in six companies with headquarters in Houston, Garland, Lubbock, Weslaco, El Paso, and Waco/San Antonio with an administrative headquarters office in Austin. The Rangers have been called one of the most effective investigative law enforcement agencies in the world.
Cameron Park Zoo
Cameron Park Zoo rests on 52 acres adjacent to the Brazos River in Waco. With natural habitats and close-up encounters, the animal collection housed at Cameron Park Zoo includes more than 1,731 animals, representing 300 species. In August of 2009, Cameron Park Zoo opened the Asian Forest, featuring critically endangered Orangutans, Sumatran tigers, and Komodo Dragons.