If at all possible, i think all visitors should see the musical TEXAS which is performed in the amphitheater in Palo
Duro Canyon located 15 miles south of Amarillo.
This is story put to music performed with the canyon walls as backdrop. This is an open performance so rain checks are issued for inclement weather. The performance is a must
see and the special lighting against the canyon walls is quite mesmorizing. You almost travel back in time.
The musical 'Texas' in the valley of Palo Duro Canyon, located 20 miles from Amarillo. A must see!
It starts around dusk and filled with beautiful props and dancing outfits portraying Texas families in the 1900's. A lightning show and hand-clapping music make this show great.
People from other countries even visit nightly so reservations should be made, but tickets usually available up until showtime.
This is a must stop, if you want information of TExas sites. It is loaded with brochures and maps, and the staff helpful
This is a nice, but not big display of local artists with eclectic pieces and paintings. Some art paintings are permanent collections, but most are changing displays. Entry is free and housed in the
Alanreed jail. It's the smallest jail on earth. It's right next to the Alanreed postoffice. ( for serious people: it's a gag ).
Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum is largest museum of it's kind in Texas.
There are displays on all the history of Texas from present times going back to the days of dinosaurs.
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