Lubbock, Texas

HELLO LUBBOCK

Lubbock city is known for being the birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll legend Buddy Holly. It is situated in the north-western part of Texas. The city has various museums and art galleries that display millions of art, history and palaeontology  exhibits for the visitors.


Places to visit-

  • Joyland Amusement Park- An amusement park for kids with rides and restaurants to eat.
  • National Ranching Heritage Center- It is a museum with historic dwellings for the visitors.
  • Buddy Holly Center- It is all about Buddy Holly and his memories.
  • American Windmill Museum- It is a museum of indoor and outdoor windmills.
  • Mackenzie Park- A kids entertainment spot with numerous rides and trails and golf for all the others.
  • Museum of Texas Tech University- It displays large works of art, science and culture.
  • Prairie Dog Town- It is a park which has numerous Prairie Dogs.
  • Lubbock Memorial Arboretum- It is a historic spot with beautiful gardens with picturesque views.
  • Mae Simmons Park- Tourists can spend some time doing fishing and playing disc golf in this serene area.
  • Bayer Museum of Agriculture- It is a huge museum that organizes various interactive exhibits for the visitors.
  • Trapped! Escape the Room
  • Tech Terrace Park
  • Silent Wings Museum


    Places to stay-

    • Best Western Plus Lubbock- It offers simple rooms along with free breakfast and Wi-Fi for the guests.
    • La Quinta Inn Lubbock- A beautifully built hotel with a pool and offering free continental breakfast for the guests.
    • Staybridge Suites Lubbock- They offer an all-suites lodging along with a kitchen facility for those on a vacation with family.
    • Howard Johnson by Wyndham Lubbock- It is a budget hotel featuring unfussy rooms and suites with a pool and free continental breakfast for the guests.