The Official Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas

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MUSEUM HOURS - Open 9 am - Close 5 pm Monday-Sunday; last Guest Admitted at 4:30 pm; Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years Days & during heavy snow and ice.


ADMISSION - Adults: $7.00 | Children (6-12): $3.00 | Children under 6 free

 Seniors (60+): $6.00 | Military (with ID): $6.00

 

GROUP & SCHOOL TOURS (10 or More) - Reservations Requested;

Please call Toll free for group rates: 1-877-750-8631 | or Local: 254-750-8631


EXIT CLOSURES- I-35 -The Texas Department of Transportation has closed some northbound I-35 exits throughWaco until August 23rd. If you are traveling to us on I-35 from the South, please take exit 334-B (8th Street) and follow the access road to the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum.

Texas Ranger Bicentennial
1823-2023

Click HERE for More Information on the Bicentennial

 

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NOW ON SALE

First Texas Ranger Bicentennial™ Commemorative: Texas Ranger Historical Print by artist Gary Crouch

 

 

Military Appreciation Weekend
Saturday through Monday, May 28th through 30th


We honor our nation's heroes Memorial Day weekend with Military Appreciation Weekend on Saturday, May 28th through Monday, May 30th. Active duty personnel, retirees and veterans will receive free admission to the Museum while their family will receive discounted admissions (military id or other documentation of service).

 

Texas Ranger Summer Camp - Friday, June 24th
Texas Ranger Summer Camp is Friday, June 24th from 8:30 am to 12:00 pm. Texas Top Guns will join the TRHFM to bring to life the 1800s. Campers will learn skills critical to surviving the Texas frontier, including: cattle branding, roping and rope making, cooking biscuits, and plant identification. Summer camp is open to students entering 3rd, 4th and 5th grade. $25.00 per camper. Registration opens April 18, 2016.  Contact TRHFM at (254) 750-8631 to register.

 

Texas Top Guns Day - Saturday, June 25th
On Saturday, June 25th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, the Texas Top Guns will display their camp and chuck wagon. Enjoy a cooking demonstration! Activities are included with Museum admission.

 

CAPTAIN G.W. ARRINGTON, NEW EXHIBIT AND BIOGRAPHY

FROM CHIEF PRINCE: NEW TEXAS RANGER RESPONSIBILITIES

VIDEO:   LEARN ABOUT THE TEXAS RANGER HALL OF FAME


HOW TO RESEARCH A TEXAS RANGER ANCESTOR

TEXAS RANGER BADGES: REPLICAS AND FAKES


DRESSING LIKE A TEXAS RANGER


Archive of Texas Ranger Dispatch magazine free here!


Who is Who?
The Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and
the Texas Ranger Association Foundation in Waco.


America Remembers Issues Texas Ranger Thompson


Texas' Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List

Missing Persons Information and Registry

Below are links to our most popular pages about the Texas Ranger.

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LOCATION - I-35 Exit 335-B at University Parks Drive in Waco, Texas, midway between Dallas and Austin. Physical Address: 100 Texas Ranger Trail, Waco, TX 76706.


GPS: Search your GPS for "Attractions" or "Museums" in Waco, Texas, or, program the coordinates
N31° 33.329    W097°.07.116.


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Comfort Suites | Fairfield Waco | Quality Inn & Suites | Hampton Waco - North | Hampton Waco - South | Holiday Inn and Suites Waco NW |

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MUSEUM HOURS - Opens 9 am - Closes 5 pm; Last Guest Admitted at 4:30 pm; Closed for Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years & Inclement Weather

 

ADMISSION - Adults: $7.00 | Children (6-12): $3.00 | Children under 6 free

 Seniors (60+): $6.00 | Military (with ID): $6.00

 

GROUP & SCHOOL TOURS (10 or More) - Reservations preferred

Reservations - Please call Toll free: 1-877-750-8631 | or Local: 254-750-8631

 

Tour Groups:   (10 or more)
Adults: $6.00
Children (6-12): $2.50

 

School Groups:   (10 or more)
Children: $2.50
Adults: $6.00;

Chaperones: 1 free adult per 10 students

 

 

Accessible to Visitors with Disabilities

The Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum appreciates the support of numerous organizations and individuals who have generously donated their time and money to help us preserve the history of the Texas Rangers, tell their story and continued relationship to Texas, and make us major attraction in Central Texas. Below are links to how you can be a part of this effort.

The Official Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas