Texas Panhandle Plains
The Texas Panhandle Plains region offers a wide variety of experiences, from the breathtaking canyons to the Old West heritage that is still evident today. You can visit the birthplace of Buddy Holly and many other famous artists, explore a wide variety of museums & exhibits, or simply enjoy the wide open skies that have attracted visitors for generations. Discover the adventure of the Texas Panhandle Plains.
(Dumas) - Teams from throughout Texas and surrounding states come to Dumas to compete in this two-day event sanctioned by the International Barbecue Cookers Association.
(San Angelo) - The Healthy Families Children’s Fair in San Angelo, the fourth Sunday in April, has more than 100 food and activity booths to support young West Texas families.
(Lubbock) - For 90 years the Museum of Texas Tech University has preserved and showcased the history of the Southwestern U.S. The Museum is one of the most diverse and with more than eight million objects, one of the largest university museums in the country.
(Lubbock) - From August 18, 2018 to March 3, 2019, the Museum of Texas Tech University will host the exhibition. It is the largest collection of original and facsimile biblical manuscripts ever assembled in West Texas. The exhibit is free to the public.
(Austin) - Caprock Canyons State Park, Copper Breaks State Park, and Monahans Sandhills State Park are just three of the amazing state parks in the Texas Panhandle Plains.
(Lubbock) - The color red, with its brilliant hue, has inspired artists’ imaginations and seduced viewers for millennia. And we have a small insect to thank for this magical color.