Lubbock Things to Do

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  • 1. Buddy Holly Center

    4 out of 5 stars

    If you are a music fan, or even if you are not, the Buddy Holly Center is worth a stop. The center preserves the music of Lubbock and West Texas in general and Buddy Holly specifically. Many people,...

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  • 2. Museum of Texas Tech

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Another big part of the complex of the Museum of Texas Tech Universirt is the Center for Contemporary Art and the Helen DeVitt Auditorium and Sculpture Garden. There are also science exhibits, a...

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  • 3. Walk of Fame

    The Music Walk of Fame in Lubbock was dedicated in 1980. It honors people like Buddy Holly, Mac Davis, Tanya Tucker, Jimmy Dean and Dan Blocker (could he sing?) along with many others. The walk is...

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  • 4. City of Lubbock Cemetery

    Located on the eastern edge of town, the city's cemetery was designated a Texas Historic Cemetery in 2002. Once you enter, turn right. Buddy Holly's grave is on the left a short distance, there are...

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  • 5. Balloon Fest

    Buffalo Springs Lake held a balloon fest while I lived there. It was pretty cool seeing the initial lift-off of balloons, and then later seeing them touch the lake. I believe this is an annual event,...

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  • 6. Silent Wings Museum

    The Silent Wings Museum is on the west side of Lubbock International Airport and used to be part of the South Plains Army Airfield. This was where most of the...

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  • 7. McPherson's Cellars

    To me though the best place to go to taste wine, and possibly buy a bottle, in this part of Texas is probably McPherson's Cellars. They have been growing grapes...

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  • 8. Depot Entertainment District

    The Depot Entertainment District, AKA the "Lubbock Cultural District" includes the Buddy Holly Center and Plaza; the Cactus Theatre; a variety of nightclubs; an...

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  • 9. Historic Cactus Theater

    The Cactus Theater was built in 1938 as a neighborhood moviehouse, using the Art Deco style of architecture. Today it serves as a venue for live music, musicals...

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  • 10. Lubbock and Lubbock County

    bbock is a fairly large city of 230,000 (up 16% since 2000) located at the intersection of four US Highways (62, 82, 84, and 87) and Interstate 10; in the...

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  • 11. Lubbock Historic District

    There are 3 historic districts and 11 individual listings listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Lubbock. There are quite a few buildings of...

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  • 12. This is an entire prairie dog CITY

    En route from Canyon to Abilene, I pulled off at Lubbock's Mackenzie Park where there is a marvelous Prairie Dog Town. Many of the prairie dogs had pups, and it...

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  • 13. PRARIE DOGS? OK I HAVE SEEN...

    PRARIE DOGS? OK I HAVE SEEN TWO OR THREE PAGES THAT HAVE THE PRARIE DOG TOWN LISTED AS A MUST SEE ACTIVITY? GRANTED NOT EVERYONE GETS TO SEE THESE ON A REGULAR...

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  • 14. Go and see the Ranching...

    Go and see the Ranching Heritage Center. It is great! There are lots of neat old buildings that portray the history of Lubbock and of life on ranches. There are...

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  • 15. A couple of sites to see in...

    A couple of sites to see in Lubbck:1. Lubbock Musuem of Science2. Lubbock Planetarium3. Mackenzie State Park a. Prairie Dog Town b. Joyland Amusement Park c....

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