Lubbock, Texas Visitor Guide
American Wind Power Center
This center is located on 28 acres of rolling city parkland and houses more than 150 rare and fully restored windmills, the largest windmill collection in the world.
Buddy Holly Center
The Center houses a permanent exhibition dedicated to the life and music of Buddy Holly and showcases unique memorabilia.
|Buddy Holly Statue|
Maria Elena Holly ™
Depot Entertainment District
The Depot Entertainment District is the heartbeat of Lubbock’s nightlife. You can find a wide array of themed venues offering restaurants and entertainment.
Legacy Play Village
Legacy Play Village, a unique facility where children can play while learning about the long legacy of the South Plains, is the largest playground of its kind in North America.
At 248 acres, Mackenzie Park is Lubbock’s largest recreation area and features a wide variety of fun for all ages. Tee off at the Meadowbrook Golf Course, visit Prairie Dog Town or enjoy a horse ride through the park.
Museum of Texas Tech University
Explore collections in the arts, humanities and sciences numbering nearly five million objects or visit the planetarium with daily laser and star shows.
National Ranching Heritage Center
Experience the real West at the National Ranching Heritage Center, where 48 authentic structures tell the story of ranching in North America.
Science Spectrum & OMNI Theater
The Science Spectrum is a unique, hands-on museum that features interactive science exhibits and is home to Lubbock’s only public aquarium. The OMNI Theater features an advanced projector system and unique domed screen that lets the audience feel like they’re a part of the movie.
|Silent Wings Museum|
Silent Wings Museum
Telling the story of the U.S. Military Glider program and its role in World War II, this museum features one of the few fully restored WWII gliders in existence and includes three exhibit galleries, a multimedia theater, a C-47 airplane, a research library and a museum store.
West Texas Walk of Fame featuring the Buddy Holly Statue
Throughout the years, the names of many musicians, artists, actors and entertainers have been honored at "The West Texas Walk of Fame."