The Texas Pharmacy Museum is one of only two museums in Texas that specialize in the collection, preservation, documentation, research and exhibition of items related to the history of pharmacy. Of the more than 140 pharmacy museums in the United States, the museum is among a few to be affiliated with a college or school of pharmacy, making it a unique educational resource.
Features the artifacts of the Pueblo and Plains Indians, as well as performances by the international-known Kwahadi Dancers.
The Don Harrington Discovery Center and Space Theater makes science exciting, relevant and interesting to all types of learners by providing interactive exhibits and programs that actively engage children, adolescents and their families. It fosters inquiring minds and nurtures the individual genius that is within each of us.
Take a hundred or so participants, more than 100 head of livestock, add in nearly 10,000 fans over two days, and it adds up to one great event over Labor Day Weekend!
The Boys Ranch Rodeo +adventureFEST, benefitting the boys & girls of Cal Farley’s, offers the perfect arena in which the children we serve showcase what they’ve learned. Boys and girls, who might never have seen a horse or cow before coming to Boys Ranch, are challenged and their spirits encouraged through competition, teamwork and hosting others as they greet the thousands who visit Boys Ranch for the Labor Day weekend festivities.
One of Texas last drive-in movie theatre. Treat your family to the original big screen experience from the comfort of your car or the bed of your pickup truck. Seasonal, so call first!
This is one of the nation’s largest auctions selling more than 100,000 head of livestock annually at its weekly Monday sales. Before the sale, rub elbows with cowboys and ranchers at the Stockyard Café.
This is one of the world’s first roadside sculptures. It features 10 Cadillac’s buried nose down in a field. Personal creativity is encouraged so bring your own spray paint. Located on I-40 West at Arnot Road (exit #60) along the south side access road.
The Texas Panhandles largest water park. Cool off on water slides, a lazy river and a large wave pool as well as a kiddies’ activity area.
Founded in 1955 the Amarillo Zoo is a place to share the wonders of the animal world with kids of all ages. The beautiful 15-acre site is located in Thompson Park and features over 60 species of animals. The zoo is designed for fun and discovery and will provide a lifetime of memories.
Here is an oasis on the High Plains! Gardens feature an indoor tropical conservatory and seasonal native plantings.