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  • Attractions

    »Apple Country At Hi-Plains Orchards

    Pick your own fun from over 30 varieties of apples at this 6,000-tree apple orchard or purchase them from the Apple Country store. There is a unique gift shop, bakery, country caf

    Rt. 2 Box 234
    Lubbock, Texas 79329

    »Pheasant Ridge Winery

    Red and white wine are made with care at the Pheasant Ridge Winery located just outside Lubbock. The vineyard was planted in 1979 and is one of the oldest and most respected in the Texas High Plains area. Each year the winery produces around 10,000 cases for people all over the world to enjoy. The types of wines produced are: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, and Semillon. The quality is apparent by the awards won which are listed on their website and the grapes are all harvested by hand. Tours of the winery are free.

    3507 E. County Road 5700
    Lubbock, TX 79403

    »Silent Wings Museum

    During the second World War, a little known but very important operations was performed by pilots of gliders. Because of their "silent wings," they were able to get behind enemy lines undetected and provide important information to the Allied Forces. This museum in Lubbock, housed in a former airport terminal is dedicated to showing the importance and fascinating history of this operation. A fully restored CG-4A glider is the centerpiece of museum. There is a film to help all those visiting learn more about gliders and a library and reading room also helps to educate on the same subject. Adult admission is $5.

    6202 N Interstate 27
    Lubbock, TX 79403

    »Breedlove

    A non-profit organization based in Lubbock, Breedlove is dedicated to relieving hunger around the world. A large part of what makes Breedlove unique is that they create and process healthy and nutritious meals themselves. With stark facts such as the rate of death from hunger (one person every 2.9 seconds) and that more than half of all children's death worldwide is caused by malnutrition, it is impossible not to admire the good works Breedlove does. A list of all their products can be found online along with how long each meal stays fresh and nutritious. A great company doing worthwhile work to change the world, that is Breedlove.

    1818 North Martin Luther King Boulevard
    Lubbock, TX 79403

    »Breedlove Dehydration Plant

    Breedlove is listed in the Guiness Book of World Records as the largest dehydration plant in the world. The plant uses its extraordinary capacity to donate produce and other ingredients to provide nutritious food for the hungry throughout the world.

    1818 North Martin Luther King Boulevard
    Lubbock, Texas 79403

    »Lubbock Lake Landmark State Historical Park

    Lubock Lake Landmark is a national archaeological preserve that is the only known North American site containing deposits showing continuous occupation by South Plains cultures over the last 12,000 years, including many extinct animals.

    2401 Landmark Drive
    Lubbock, Texas 79415

    »Mackenzie Park

    Located within the city of Lubbock, Mackenzie Park has plenty to do and provides a nice green space for the residents of the city. The park has all the usual amenities like baseball fields and picnic areas, but it also has some more unusual features such as a sculpture garden, amphitheater, disc golf course, and equestrian trails. The Joyland Amusement Park and Prairie Dog Town are also located within the park. Santa Land, a Christmas celebration, is open seasonally.

    301 Interstate 27
    Lubbock, TX

    »Prairie Dog Town

    Black-tailed prairie dogs are a keystone species crucial to ecosystems throughout the western United States, from Texas in the South to Wyoming up north. But nowhere do these herbivorous little critters rule the roost more supremely than down at Prairie Dog Town, a prairie dog sanctuary in the heart of Lubbock's venerable Mackenzie Park. Begun as a modest endeavor in the 1930s, Prairie Dog Town has seen its share of excitement over the years, what with the naming of Mayor Emeritus Kennedy Clapp, the installation of prairie dog Prairie Dog Pete as official Goodwill Ambassador, and, in 2004 and 2005, an epic renovation that resulted in perimeter fencing AND interpretive signage! Admission is free.

    301 Interstate-27
    Lubbock, TX

    »Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts

    Creating a haven for the arts in Lubbock, the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA) aims to create a community art center for western Texas. Classes as well as spaces in the center are affordable and many non-profits make their home in the LHUCA. Each month, a different artist's work is featured at the site, and programs and events are ongoing. Check the website for the newest and best arts in the Lubbock area.

    511 Avenue K
    Lubbock, TX 79401

    »Buddy Holly Statue on Lubbock Walk of Fame

    See this bronze statue depicting Buddy Holly strumming his guitar and marvel at the effect his short career had on the history of music. Around the base of the statue is the "Walk of Fame" which has plaques to remember all the great musicians from western Texas. The statue was made by the sculptor Grant Speed and weighs over a ton.

    Avenue Q & 7th Street
    Lubbock, TX

    »Jones AT&T Stadium

    Pull out the pom pons, the tiny shirts and head straight for Jones stadium. With a capacity of over 50,000 people, this stadium has a mind blowing schedule lined up every season. And talk about re-constructive surgery...that too to the amount of $90 million! A luxurious West Stadium Building has been added, which will include private suites as well as viewing boxes for the media.

    4th & University
    Lubbock, TX 79409

    »Caprock Canyons State Park

    One of the best-kept secrets in the Panhandle, this out-of-the-way park, little known either by natives or visitors, has stunning views of mountains, canyons, waterways, and native flora and fauna.

    Three miles V. of Quitaque on SH 86
    Amarillo, Texas 79255
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