Greetings from Waco, THE perfect spot for a girls’ trip. Choose from brunch, a beer spa, exploring Magnolia Market at the Silos, and much more. I will share 5 things to do on a girls’ trip to Waco. Keep reading for ideas on planning your next trip to Waco.
1) Go on a sunset river cruise
Choose from a sunset river cruise or a classic tour with Waco Tours. Cruise the river for 2 hours and 15 minutes, learn about the history of Waco and enjoy a special unique-to-Waco treat at the end! Or join a Classic Tour. It’s a 2-3 hour tour that gives you a little taste of Waco. See highlights from Fixer Upper, stop by Cameron Park, explore East Waco, and more!
2) Spend a day at The Silos
Start your day off with brunch at Magnolia Table. I highly recommend sharing the biscuits and the pancakes with your girls. Second, get some fuel for the day and grab coffee at Magnolia Press. Third, shop your heart out at ALL the shops at The Silos. Then, end the day with cupcakes from Silos Baking Co. My favorite is the Strawberries N’ Cream!
3) Enjoy a beer spa
Stop by Pivovar Waco and book yourself a beer spa! Drink a flight of beer while you soak in beer. Fun right? It is a fantastic source of skin nutrients that smooths wrinkles and provides overall hydration. Sounds like a win-win to me! The spa room has two tubs so grab your girlfriend and make an appointment!
4) Visit a vineyard
Did you know that there are several vineyards close to Waco? We decided to visit Valley Mills Vineyards, a family-owned vineyard. It is a 30-minute drive outside of Waco with beautiful views. Book a wine tasting and tour and then feel free to roam through the vineyards and take a bunch of photos of course!
5) Eat all the food
Enjoy the various restaurants and bars in town! First, it isn’t a girl’s trip without brunch, so make reservations at Magnolia Table or Milo. Then, make reservations for an Italian dinner at Di Campli’s Italian Ristorante. Also, grab coffee at Magnolia Press, Be Kind Coffee, or Lalos Coffee. Then, enjoy dessert at Silos Baking Co, Milk Bottle Cookies, or Tiny Pies. Lastly, get drinks at One Day, Dichotomy, a speakeasy called Undercroft, or an 80’s Tiki bar called Sloanes.
I had such an amazing time on my trip to Waco. I’ve been to Waco several times and these are some of my favorite things I’ve done. I hope you found some amazing things to add to your itinerary on your next girls’ trip to Waco! Ready to plan a girls’ trip to Waco?