The city's first fire truck--a 1923 American La France model purchased in 1948--is the feature of this display. 200 Main St.
This family waterpark--less than a mile from downtown--offers dozens of slides, raft rides, a water playground, wave pool and lazy river. 290 W. Byron Nelson Blvd. 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. www.roanoketexas.com
This historic 1886 structure once housed the Silver Spur Saloon, which included a 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. 114 N. Oak St. www.roanoketexas.com
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