There's something for just about everyone at Waco's Magnolia Market at the Silos. Between the shops, lawn games, the garden, and food trucks, it's easy for visitors to spend at least a few hours at the market. Magnolia Market was designed and constructed with a particular goal in mind, that is to inspire guests to own the space they are in. The hope is that visitors will come to visit the market and leave with an excitement about their home.

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The large green lawn at the Magnolia Market is situated in the center of the market and provides a huge box full of a variety of games. On just about every sunny day in Waco, the big lawn at the Silos is filled with children and adults alike playing a game of cornhole, challenging each other to potato sack races, or just throwing a football back and forth. The lawn games create a more enjoyable shopping experience at the Magnolia Market, as it offers a space to enjoy time and play with family and friends.

Guests at the Magnolia Market at the Silos can also grab a bite to eat at one of several food trucks before or after doing some shopping or playing on the lawn. Food options at the market include Milo, Luna Juice, Co-Town Crepes, Cheddar Box, Vitek, Club Sandwich, H.O.T. Dog House, Common Grounds, Chuck's Gourmet Popcorn, 900 Pizzeria, and Silo Baking Co. However, food trucks at the market are subject to change and may not be on-site depending on the weather.

Visitors and locals alike can treat themselves to a delicious snack at Silo Baking Co. at the Magnolia Market. The on-site bakery welcomes guests with tempting aromas of baked goods. This little bakery is filled with personal recipes of Joanna Gaines, as well as her hand-picked favorites. Such treats include "The Prize Pig" cheddar and bacon biscuit, the "Nuts & Bolts" cupcake, and "The Silos Cookie." Visitors won't want to forget to visit the sweetest corner of Magnolia Market at the Silos.

The vision that Joanna Gaines had for the garden at the Magnolia Market was that of a place where friends and family could explore and learn helpful garden lessons together. There are plant beds full of seasonal flowers and produce and a wooden teepee for kids to have fun adventuring under. There is also Magnolia Seed and Supply, the market's garden shop. The small shop offers gardening tools, supplies for fairy gardens, flower-growing kits for children, and one-of-a-kind pots for plants. The idea is for visitors to the shop will leave feeling inspired to create their own garden at home.

The Silo District Downtown Trolley makes visiting the Magnolia Market at the Silos even easier for both visitors and locals alike. The trolley runs every fifteen to twenty minutes from nine in the morning until 6:30 at night, Monday through Saturday. Those wishing to park and ride the trolley around downtown Waco can follow signs to free parking areas and then hop aboard the trolley at no cost.

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