The city's first fire truck—a 1923 American La France model purchased in 1948—is the feature of this museum. Fully restored, the truck is dedicated to the volunteer firefighters of the community. 200 Main St. 817/491-6090.
This family waterpark—less than a mile from downtown—offers dozens of slides, raft rides, a water playground, wave pool and lazy river. Hours vary by season—call or visit website for details. 290 W. Byron Nelson Blvd. 817/853-0099 or 888/544-7550. www.hfalls.com/roanoke.
This self-guided tour features 16 sites of historic interest along Oak Street in downtown Roanoke, including three Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks. A brochure is available at the visitor center or at www.roanoketexas.com.
This historic 1886 structure once housed the Silver Spur Saloon, which included an upstairs brothel and a dance hall. Completely renovated, it's home to a visitor center and a museum of regional artifacts that tell the story of Roanoke's vibrant past. Open 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Mon.–Fri. and noon–8 p.m....
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