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Texas Travel Directory: Lubbock, Texas
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Lubbock | Blue Light Live | Depot Entertainment District
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Lubbock
This is West Texas

With sunsets that can ease even the busiest mind, a rich musical legacy that plays on and a western culture true to its roots, Lubbock is more than a city…it’s an experience.
 
Whether you want to relax and enjoy a glass of wine from one of five award-wining wineries in town, play a round of golf at the championship Rawls Course, have a night out on the town in the Depot Entertainment District or explore real western traditions at the National Ranching Heritage Center, Lubbock has something for everyone.

Although we are a thriving city of more than 280,000, Lubbock prides itself on small-town hospitality and West Texas charm. Home to Texas Tech University, Buddy Holly, an eclectic nightlife and world famous sunsets, Lubbock will entertain and delight both young and old.

A trip to Lubbock would not be complete without a stop at the Buddy Holly Center. The center features a permanent exhibit dedicated to the life and music of Buddy Holly, a pioneer of rock ‘n’ roll. Unique memorabilia ranging from his famous glasses to his guitar are on display. Across the street, visitors can take a walk on the West Texas Walk of Fame honoring great West Texan musicians, artists, actors and entertainment legends.

For the sports enthusiasts, Lubbock has many things to offer. The Texas Tech University Red Raiders have year-round sporting events including Big XII football match-ups and action-packed basketball. Or, take matters into your own hands and tee off on Texas Tech’s Rawls Course, voted Golfweek’s #3 Best University Golf Course in America, Golfweek’s #2 Best Course that you can play in Texas for 2013 and Golf Digest’s #2 New Affordable Public Golf Course in the U.S.

Lubbock | First Friday Art Trail
Lubbock | First Friday Art Trail
If you are looking to add a little culture to your life, hop on a trolley and enjoy a night full of art on the First Friday Art Trail held every month. For contemporary art on the South Plains, visit the Louise H. Underwood Center for the Arts featuring a campus that includes working studios, galleries and a theater. Lubbock is also home to Ballet Lubbock and the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra. At the end of the day, enjoy a glass of wine from one of our five award-winning wineries.

In addition to great shopping, dining and nightlife entertainment, Lubbock offers an abundance of activities for the entire family. Be sure to visit Mackenzie Park and view some of Lubbock's most beloved critters at Prairie Dog Town. The Science Spectrum & Omni Theater provides a hands-on museum and movie theater that’s perfect for a family adventure. Finish the day with a movie under the stars at the Stars & Stripes Drive-In Theatre.

Lubbock | National Ranching Heritage Center
Lubbock | National Ranching Heritage Center
Brush up on your western history while visiting the National Ranching Heritage Center’s 48 authentic structures dating from the late 1700s through the 1950s. Home to more than 170 rare and fully restored windmills, the American Wind Power Center is the largest windmill museum in the world! Finally, visit The Silent Wings Museum where the story of the U.S. Military Glider Program is told and one of few fully restored glider planes in existence lives.

The next time you are planning a weekend getaway, business convention, group tour, meeting or reunion, let Visit Lubbock, the convention and visitors bureau, help you have a hassle-free and memorable experience! For more information browse our website visitlubbock.org or feel free to call us at 800.692.4035.
 

 

 


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Lubbock Convention and Visitors Bureau
1500 Broadway
Lubbock, Texas 79401
1-800-692-4035
806-747-5232

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