THINGS TO DO IN
This site is dedicated primarily to American Singer-Songwriter from the 1950s, Charles Hardwin Holly, aka Buddy Holly. The life
and times of the iconic rock and roll legend are displayed for his fans.
Buddy Holly Center
The museum was opened in 1998 and soon evolved in 2001. The museum houses
more than 200 windmills of all sizes
American Wind Power Center
lfred and Billie Caviel decided to donate the former pharmacy. Their vision was
to get the spot converted into a museum showcasing African-American history
Caviel Museum of African-American History
From fine arts to biology, textiles
to paleontology, and history to natural sciences, the Museum of Tech University
is a one-stop destination for everyone interested in related topics.
Museum of Texas Tech University
The National Ranching Heritage Center features traditional ranching history displayed by the well preserved historical ranching structures, categorized one after another, in order of their existence.
National Ranching Heritage Center
CLICK BELOW to read more