Best part of the museum was the 45-min video of the history of the Texas Rangers, although it was produced by the History Channel. Otherwise, it was a fun way to spend a few afternoons.
This is a good exhibit of the history of the Texas Rangers. We did an unguided tour & were free to roam the exhibits for as long as we liked. Take time to watch the short 45 min movie. It was really interesting. Located right next door to Baylor Stadium.
We stopped by the museum on a one day trip to Waco, seeing the Magnolia silos, Dr. Pepper museum and here. My 8 year old son was thrilled with seeing all the guns on display and my husband and I enjoyed all the older displays of Bonnie and Clyde and even the early days of the Rangers. It was very... 更多
we went to the museum on the recommendation of Waco Tours...we enjoyed the museum and the documentary was worth watching....the exhibits are very interesting...
If you ever wanted to know more about the Texas Rangers, this is the place. Watch the movie first, covers both positive and negative history of the rangers. Museum well organized, with both past and recent history sections. One room covers more modern crime solving. One room focuses on the the Lone Ranger movie memorabilia. Not the greatest place to... 更多
His is a must see in Waco. Right along I35. Watch the movie and you will be amazed the history. Lots of exhibits to see. I really enjoyed all the old guns. This is great for all ages
We stopped here while visiting Waco and I'm glad we did. They have an incredible collection of artifacts and hands -on exhibits. The video presentation gives a good history of the rangers and their present-day duties. I especially liked seeing the actual weapons carried by Bonnie and Clyde (as well as the ones that took them down), it gives a... 更多