An old train depot which has been converted into a memorial for Lubbock Legend Buddy Holly who is attributed to creating Rock n Roll. Buddy Holly died in a plane crash and was memorialized in the classic song ‘American Pie’
The historic cactus Theater has been home to countless Lubbock and Texas legends. Now it hosts weekly tribute shows as well as international touring acts. In the heart of the depot district, this neon-accented historic building is a must for anyone visiting Lubbock
Joyland is a small Amusement park located in the heart of Mackenzie Park. Mackenzie is Lubbock’s largest park and features a full disc golf course, several recreational lakes where paddle boards are available to rent and miles of beautiful hiking trails.
A real-life escape game! You and your team are locked in a themed room such as a 1980’s police station, or a mysterious doctor’s office and have one hour to escape. You must work together to solve puzzles, find hidden keys, open trap doors and escape before your time is up. Reservations must be made ahead of time online, all bookings are private.
A Contemporary Visual and Performing Arts Campus is a place where people come together to discover the fine art in the every day and to learn about the creative spirit that abides in each of us. Lubbock’s finest art museum and visual art exhibit.
Texas Tech University has the largest campus in America and is a tier one Carnegie Research University. Its campus is beautiful, sprawling and offers a rich history deeply connected with Lubbock.
The National Ranching Heritage Museum is Lubbock’s most popular attraction on TripAdvisor. This museum goes into great detail of the beginnings of Lubbock and how the city is deeply enmeshed with ranching.
A sprawling 93-acre garden featuring plants both native and exotic. A beautiful place to spend the afternoon, or for a quick walk. The grounds are managed by the facility and the property includes a lake and tons of native wildlife.