National Ranching Heritage Center

It is a park made up of a variety of unique buildings that provide an educational look into the history of Western ranching and its design.

Buddy Holly Center

The Buddy Holly Center is named for its eponymous star, Buddy Holly, a rock and roll legend who swept the nation in the 1950s.

American Windmill Museum

In Lubbock, Texas, there is a wind energy museum called the American Wind Power Center. More than 160 American-style windmills are on display at the museum.

Museum of Texas Tech University

The museum has a wide variety of collections on display, such as those devoted to anthropology, history, palaeontology, fine arts, and even apparel and textiles.

It is devoted to glider pilots who served for the United States during World War II. It is a popular tourist destination in Texas.

Silent Wings Museum

Prairie Dog Town

A little field with these adorable creatures is all that makes up this tiny attraction, which is encircled by a short wall.

American Wind Power Center

Nearly 200 distinct windmills of all various types, colours, forms, origins, and sizes can currently be seen.

English Newsom Cellars at Caprock Winery

Located not far from Lubbock, Texas's city centre, lies English Newsom Cellars. One of the most renowned vineyards in the state.

Joyland Amusement Park

It's a standard theme park with all the usual games, rides, and amusements that you would expect to find at an entertainment park.

Lubbock Lake National Historic Landmark

An important archaeological site and natural history preserve in the Texas city of Lubbock is the 336-acre Lubbock Lake National Historic Landmark.