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Waco Mammoth National Monument Reviews
My wife and i stopped here during our visit to Waco. We were surprised at the condition of the fossils and the great number of fossils you could see in this one place. It is a short walk from the... more »
Was a very interesting place to visit and a beautiful setting. This would be a very good place for all ages. Wheel chair friendly. more »
Admission to the area is free BUT YOU HAVE TO BE ON A GUIDED TOUR TO SEE FOSSILS!!! $5 FOR ADULTS, $3 FOR KIDS The area is clean and well maintained. The path way is pretty and shaded. They have trails and picnic tables available. The tour is interesting and informative. The dig site is super neat!!! The gift shop is not very expensive at all.
My family and I had a great time. I recommend this attraction to everyone that visit Waco. Is amazing for the kids. My 5 year old son has Down Syndrome and was a little bit over excited so the park ranger guide was very patience and even share a sensory box to help him and have a better experience.
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