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Places to Visit in Waco TX

It’s been a long while since I’ve written on my blog, and there’s been quite a few changes in my life since I’ve last updated you. One of the biggest changes is that I am a college student now! I love my school, my classes are very good so far, and I’ve made a few good friends!

One of the great things about going to college is that there are so many new places to explore! I have really enjoyed exploring my campus, but also the surrounding city. Waco Texas is most popularly known for Magnolia/ Chip and Joanna Gaines (or the Branch Davidians if you’re into that). I highly recommend visiting Magnolia if you ever visit Waco, but there are so many other cool places to see!

Fabled Bookshop and Cafe

215 S Fourth St

For all my book lovers, Fabled bookshop and cafe is a hub for all things books, writing, stationary, etc. Fabled offers a large variety of books for all types of readers, as well as cozy seating areas and a cafe. It is frequented by many college students who find it a welcoming and amazing place for studying.

Paper Crown Creative Hub

601 Franklin Ave

As the name implies, Paper Crown is indeed a creative hub. Inside the store is a handmade jewelry shop, a seating area, and every sort of craft medium you could think of. Their stationary selections were amazing (they sold a lot of Rifle Paper Co.)!

Waco Downtown Farmers Market

500 Washington Ave

If you happen to be in Waco on a Saturday morning, you should pop in to the downtown Waco Farmers Market. There are many different food trucks to choose from, as well as a variety of local vendors. You can find fresh produce, homemade foods, handmade crafts, and a happy atmosphere!

Dr. Pepper Museum

300 S Fifth St

Invented in 1885 in Waco Texas, Dr. Pepper can be found practically anywhere in abundance. You can even make a stop and take a tour at the Dr. Pepper museum! They serve fresh Dr. Pepper on tap, made from the original recipe.

I have yet to visit everything that Waco has to offer, but I am excited to hopefully share these wonderful places with you all. Thank you for reading!

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