To be honest when my wife Savannah first brought up going to the Magnolia Silos in Waco, Texas created by Chip and Joanna Gaines I wasn’t thrilled. Although I have to admit I knew nothing about the silos, as I had never even seen an episode of Fixer Upper. But after visiting the silos I have to admit I must have been missing out on all that Chip and Joanna have built because they have created a lot of fun with the shopping and activities at the silos in Waco. 

After taking the easy drive there, it only took a few minutes to find parking, but it was free to park. Visiting the silos on a Saturday we knew it was going to be busier than normal, but the crowd was not much of an issue. The longest line was for the Silos Baking Co., but every customer in line didn’t seem to mind as it was moving rather quickly. 

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What Can You Expect Visiting the Magnolia Silos in Waco 

Immediately after walking into the silos area there is the Magnolia Market which is shopping for all kinds of clothing, home goods, and a variety of décor items. As you walk around the silos you will see lots of people taking pictures everywhere as it has lots of places that are perfect for pictures on social media.  

Guys Can Have Fun at the Silos in Waco Too 

It was fun seeing lots of guys playing cornhole while ladies spent more time shopping. There were a good number of food trucks on site with everything from chicken and waffles to pizza or even kettle corn. There are places to buy beverages such as coffee or beer, it's easy to spend a couple hours here. 

Here are a few photos of our trip to the Magnolia Silos in Waco: 

Visiting the Magnolia Silos in Waco, Texas

Created by Chip and Joanna Gaines here is a look at the fun they have created at the Magnolia Silos.

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You can see the finished project take shape as Chip and Joanna Gains turn this castle into their vision on HBO Max, The Magnolia Network, and Discovery+.

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