Hollywood films about the desert and the Wild West whose main protagonist dry and hot U.S. territory, they learned to throw the most memorable fame. But if modernity has left in oblivion to the best of the cowboys, the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame & Museum is the perfect place to remember.
In the town of Waco, in the city of Texas, the Brazos River is the most visited museum in the very American and European tourism to come here to remember the best of the Far West. The site dates from 1968 and evokes the Texas Rangers, a militia Texan born in 1823 who led armed struggles against large Aboriginal and Mexicans, many years later, inspired in creating a special police force as it is today the FBI.
The museum can be found at the entrance to Waco, a city that does not exceed 100 thousand inhabitants, in the middle of the road that separates the city of Dallas and Austin. The museum is housed in the old buildings of the Fort Fisher and very close to a former and now present suspension bridge over the Brazos River.
Beyond to know the great stories of Pat Garrett, Billy the Kid and Bonnie & Clyde, today there are still people that evoke the history of the Texas Rangers. Are between 100 and 150 people who dress with Texans hats, boots, jeans and shirts that keep the tradition alive.