Top 5 Spring Break Spots in the “Hub City”
Spring break is right around the corner, and “Hub City” activities aren’t slowing down. Here are the top five events you must partake in during your spring break vacation.
Having a staycation in Lubbock for spring break? The legendary Buddy Holly Center invites all children ages nine and up to participate in an artistic and creative adventure on Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 20. Each day will feature a unique theme, including summer tote bags on Monday, windsocks on Tuesday, flowers on Wednesday, sun-catchers on Thursday and yarn art on Friday. Ages eight and under are also welcome to join in on the fun with adult supervision.
Treasure is a word that fuels the imagination of many people of all ages. The Pirates & Treasure! Exhibit explores the history of treasures and the technology employed in hunting treasure. This lively exhibit has many thematic areas and hands-on activities that allow visitors to experiment with the tools used to go treasure hunting. For group and school group rates and reservations, please call 806.745.2525.
- Texas Tech Baseball vs. Oral Roberts
If you’re in Lubbock during baseball season, mark your calendar for some Red Raider action. Grab a bag of peanuts before the game, or if in the mood for something more traditional, indulge in a ballpark hotdog! The match will be held at Dan Law Field in Rip Griffin Park on Tuesday, March 17 at 6:30 p.m. and on Wednesday, March 18 at 2 p.m.
- Scuba Steve & Friends Show at Blue Light Live
Lubbock is reputable for cultivating some of the best musicians. If you are visiting, or if you live in this city, you need to check out the diverse array of music. This band’s popularity has taken them to many places across the Lone Star State as well as few other states. Come and listen to eccentric music offered by this talented group on Tuesday, March 17 from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Admission is only $3.
- Movies at the Museum: “White Fang”
“White Fang” is a classic 1991 film featuring Ethan Hawke. In this film, Ethan plays Jack Convoy, a young gold hunter in Alaska. One day, Jack saves a dogwolf from the hands of a cruel man leading to the start of a beautiful friendship between the dog and Jack. Join the Museum of Texas Tech University for a one-of-a-kind experience on Wednesday, March 18 at 2 p.m. The film will be shown in the Helen DeVitt Jones Auditorium.
Of course, there is much more to do and see in Lubbock. Check out Visit Lubbock’s calendar of events to find the perfect activity for your friends and family.