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Stars and Stripes Drive-in Theatre

Stars and Stripes Drive-in Theatre

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5101 Clovis Highway, Lubbock, TX 79416

Showtimes: http://DriveInUSA.com/lubbock
Open Year-Round.
2 New Movies for $7
*Playground for kids and 50s Cafe for dinner, drinks and snacks.

Southwest Collection - Special Collections Library

Southwest Collection – Special Collections Library

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15th and Detroit, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas 79409-1041

The mission of the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library is to provide uncompromising service:

To fellow staff members, in a cooperative effort that recognizes the dignity and worth of individuals and their potential for unique contributions, and therefore promotes more efficient operation and better service to patrons.

To patrons from the university community, Read More →

Buffalo Springs Lake

Buffalo Springs Lake

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9999 High Meadow Rd, Lubbock TX, 79404

Palo Duro State Park

Palo Duro State Park

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Palo Duro Canyon, TX

Palo duro Canyon State Park consists of 16,402 acres in Armstron and Randall Counties, south of Amarillo in the Texas Panhandle

Texas-A Musical Drama
Palo Duro Canyon, TX
1514 5th Ave.
Canyon, TX 79015
(806) 792-1299

Cactus Theater

Cactus Theater

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1805 Texas Ave Lubbock, Texas 79401

As part of the development of Lubbock’s Depot District in 1993, Cactus Theater, Inc. bought the Cactus Theater and refurbished it into a live performance/movie theater. The refurbished theater retains its original balcony, slope, and stage. The seating was replaced with four hundred modern seats. The old projection booth was Read More →

Silent Wings Museum

Silent Wings Museum

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6202 North Interstate 27, Lubbock, TX 79403-7523

The first Silent Wings Museum opened to the public on November 10, 1984 in Terrell, Texas. By 1997, the pilots realized that a more permanent museum home was needed. Lubbock, where a majority of the glider pilots had trained, offered to provide a new site for the museum. The pilots Read More →