The silos are a great place to spend a lovely weekend out during the holidays. Typically the silo markets only open for one weekend each winter, but this year, they have decided to extend the holiday cheer by opening for two weekends in a row. Chip and Joanna's Magnolia Market will be open for the first two weekends of December, so you have plenty of time to find the perfect gift for everyone on your list.
During its new two-weekend run, you’ll be able to enjoy a live concert, ice-skating, and a trip to Santa's workshop. Entry to both weekends are free of admission, but you will need tickets to Santa's workshop and ice-skating. You can enjoy seeing Santa in the garden for free and even make the perfect holiday card.
The silos will have tons of great gifts for the holidays and who knows what you might find. You’ll be able to enjoy tons of tasty treats while you shop around and maybe even pick up a little something for yourself. The headlining concert will be on December 7 with a performance by Shane + Shane.
Whether you’re going for just one weekend or both weekends, they are sure to be filled with tons of fun. Get ready to indulge in all of the great iconic Magnolia aspects you’re used to seeing at the silos plus so much more.
Waco has tons of great spots to check out including the gorgeous Jacobs Ladder and Lovers Leap with both trails located in Cameron Park. Each of the trails has a stunning view of its own and are perfect to enjoy during the fall weather.
Christmas At The Silos
When: First two weekends in December
Address: 601 Webster Ave., Waco, Texas 76706
Why You Need To Go: The silos are going to be open for two weekends instead of one during the holiday season. Come on by for the best winter shopping ever!
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