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Palo Duro State Park

Palo Duro State Park

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Palo Duro Canyon, TX

Palo duro Canyon State Park consists of 16,402 acres in Armstron and Randall Counties, south of Amarillo in the Texas Panhandle

Texas-A Musical Drama
Palo Duro Canyon, TX
1514 5th Ave.
Canyon, TX 79015
(806) 792-1299

Prairie Dog Town

Prairie Dog Town

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Mackenzie Park, Lubbock, TX

Lubbock’s Prairie Dog Town is a large enclosure located in Mackenzie Park, that is the home to hundreds of black-tailed prairie dogs. It was established in the early 1930s by Kennedy N Clapp, a prominent Lubbock resident who was concerned that a government-run poisoning program would drive the black-tailed prairie Read More →

Stars and Stripes Drive-in Theatre

Stars and Stripes Drive-in Theatre

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5101 Clovis Highway, Lubbock, TX 79416

Showtimes: http://DriveInUSA.com/lubbock
Open Year-Round.
2 New Movies for $7
*Playground for kids and 50s Cafe for dinner, drinks and snacks.

Silent Wings Museum

Silent Wings Museum

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6202 North Interstate 27, Lubbock, TX 79403-7523

The first Silent Wings Museum opened to the public on November 10, 1984 in Terrell, Texas. By 1997, the pilots realized that a more permanent museum home was needed. Lubbock, where a majority of the glider pilots had trained, offered to provide a new site for the museum. The pilots Read More →

Stubb's Memorial Statue

Stubb’s Memorial Statue

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108 E. Broadway, Lubbock, TX

C.B. Stubblefield:
“Ladies & Gentlemen, I’m a Cook”
Article originally appeared in
The Caprock Sun, in April, 1997.
In 1968, Christopher B. “Stubbs” Stubblefield, Sr. opened the original 75 seat Stubb’s Bar-B-Q Restaurant in a small, ramshackle building at 108 East Broadway. The jukebox was filled with vintage Blues music. Read More →

Cactus Theater

Cactus Theater

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1805 Texas Ave Lubbock, Texas 79401

As part of the development of Lubbock’s Depot District in 1993, Cactus Theater, Inc. bought the Cactus Theater and refurbished it into a live performance/movie theater. The refurbished theater retains its original balcony, slope, and stage. The seating was replaced with four hundred modern seats. The old projection booth was Read More →