Murals and Meat Church in Waxahachie

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Texas Theater, Downtown Waxahachie.

Waxahachie is a small town just outside of Dallas, known for it's many Victorian "gingerbread" homes and vibrant town square centered around the beautiful Ellis County Courthouse.


Art Adventures:

Waxahachie's Webb Gallery is a must-stop. Filled with folk and outsider art, as well as handcrafts and antiques, this longstanding art space exhibits work that is as interesting as it is unique. (Currently open Saturdays and Sundays by appointment.)

Inside Webb Gallery, Waxahachie, Texas.

Downtown Waxahachie seems to have a mural around every corner! We really liked these:

Mural in downtown Waxahachie.
Bird mural in downtown Waxahachie.
Mural in downtown Waxahachie.

Don't miss taking a rainbow-whirl around the six-foot kaleidoscope sculpture, a popular Waxahachie public art piece by artists Eddie and Mary Elizabeth Phillips. It's at the corner of Main and College streets across from the courthouse.

Snack Stops:

Try Farm Luck Soda Fountain & Dry Goods for Italian sodas, floats and a pick-your-mix retro candy counter. White Rhino coffee offers coffee, tea and quick bites.

Interior sign at Farm Luck Soda Fountain & Dry Goods, Waxahachie.

Independent Shopping:


Meat Church, Waxahachie Texas.

Meat Church BBQ Supply is a fun place to stop for barbecue-themed shirts, caps and Coozies, as well as its own rubs and seasoning spice blends. Find your perfect creative souvenir at The Crafty Scrapper, a supply store for scrapbook aficionados and artists of many mediums. Downtown Waxahachie is also full of antique stores, perfect for finding a new favorite new-to-you art or decorative item.


Antique store robot in downtown Waxahachie.

Other points of interest:

Small and peaceful Lake Waxahachie is just a short drive from downtown!


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