Spring Break Activites in Waco

Cameron Park Zoo

(Open seven days a week from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.)

Highlighted features include: Razak, our 1-year old baby orangutan;  Rey our new five-month old baby lion cub and much more.

Waco McLennan County Library

Waco Libraries "on the go" - activities starting at 10:30 a.m.

Tuesday, March 7, we’ll havestorytime at Fire Station #1. Hear great stories about firefighters, visit the station and get to see a real-life fire truck.

Wednesday, March 8, we will have a Reading Pep Rally at McLane Stadium. We’ll hear stories, songs and fun on the big field while we cheer for reading.

Thursday, March 9, we will get a visit from a Waco Transit bus. Meet at the Central Library and take a tour of downtown Waco on a bus. Be sure to thank the driver!

Friday, March 10, we will hear stories about our furriest friends at the Animal Shelter. Learn about taking care of animals and get to see all the cute furry faces

Waco Mammoth National Monument

(Open seven days a week 9 a.m - 5 p.m.)

Waco Community Centers (Parks & Recreation)

Dewey – Bledsoe Miller – South Waco

Fun activities including games…, sports…, arts & crafts…, entertainment and more! In addition to having fun, spring breakers at the community centers also will learn  about safety. On Wednesday, March 7th, campers from each community center will visit  Dewey  center where law enforcement agencies and the Waco fire department will provide safety lessons, a variety of children’s activities, fun & educational take-home materials. There is a charge for these full day camps.

Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum

(Open seven days a week 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.)

On Saturday, March 10th, the museum provided demonstrations, crafts and activities for young buckaroos and cowgirls while they learned about legendary Texas lawmen. The come-and-go event features activities and programs for children and adults, including realistic 19th century re-enactments and even a chuckwagon cooking demonstration.

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