Explore the city named the No. 1 Western Town in the U.S. by True West Magazine. From the rich history of the National Ranching Heritage Center to the awe-inspiring wonder of the world’s largest windmill museum, a trip to Lubbock is one you will never forget.
- Two-night stay at Hyatt Place Lubbock
- 4 passes to the American Windmill Museum
- 4 passes to the Bayer Museum of Agriculture
- 4 passes to the Buddy Holly Center & Silent Wings Museum
- 4 tickets to the Science Spectrum & OMNI Theater
- 4 passes to the Stars & Stripes Drive-In Theatre
- $100 gift card to Triple J’s Chophouse & Brew Co.
- $100 gift card to Orlando’s Italian Restaurant
- $100 gift card to Cagle Steaks & BBQ
Be sure to visit these free attractions during your stay:
- Lubbock Lake Landmark
- Museum of Texas Tech University
- National Ranching Heritage Center
- Texas Tech Public Art Collection
For more information on the above attractions, click here.
About American Windmill Museum
Home to more than 170 rare and fully restored windmills spread out on 28 acres of rolling hills, the American Wind Power Center is known as the largest windmill museum in the world. Visitors are sure to leave with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the American-style, water-pumping windmills that shaped much of the country’s pioneering technology efforts. In 2016, the center opened the Wind Energy Experience building featuring a G-scale train exhibit mirroring the South Plains, windmills, dozens of miniature houses and an impressive collection of grist stones from the mid-19th and early-20th centuries.
About Bayer Museum of Agriculture
The Bayer Museum of Agriculture features interactive exhibits and historical displays dating back to the pioneering years of agriculture. Unique exhibits include 71 pedal tractors, 700 collectible toy tractors, a 1920s replica Blacksmith shop, an exhibit on the history of cotton ginning and a new addition with meeting facilities and interactive displays.
About Buddy Holly Center
No visit to Lubbock is complete without a stop at the Buddy Holly Center located in the historic Depot Entertainment District. The Center houses a permanent exhibition dedicated to the life and music of Buddy Holly and showcases unique memorabilia donated by the family, friends and fans of Lubbock’s favorite son.The Center also houses the Lubbock Fine Arts Gallery.
About Silent Wings Museum:
From 1942 to 1944, Lubbock was home to the majority of American Glider Pilots and their flight training for World War II. To preserve their history and bravery, the Silent Wings Museum tells the story of the U.S. Glider Program through three exhibit galleries, a C-47 airplane, a research library, multimedia theater and one of the few fully restored World War II gliders in existence.
About Science Spectrum & OMNI Theater:
Entertainment and education meet at one of Lubbock’s favorite attractions, the Science Spectrum & OMNI Theater. Kids and adults alike will step into a unique, hands-on museum that features interactive science exhibits, Lubbock’s only public aquarium, thrilling programs at the OMNI Theater and much more.
About Stars & Stripes Drive-In Theatre:
There’s a reason TripAdvisor recently rated Stars & Stripes Drive-In Theatre the No. 3 drive-in theatre in the country. At this local hot spot, visitors can enjoy two new movies for one amazing price, and kids under the age of 5 get in free! Come early and let the kiddos have a blast on the playground while you grab a box dinner, nachos or their famous Chihuahua Sandwich. Just don’t forget a sweet funnel cake or a bucket of popcorn for the show.
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