1515 I-40 E. , Amarillo, TX, US, 79102

  • Phone: (806) 376-9993
  • Fax: (806) 373-5343
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  • Attractions

    »Llano Cemetery

    The historic Llano Cemetery was created by a group of dedicated volunteering women in 1901 and continues to be preserved as a notable heritage site in Amarillo. Picturesque Statues from the turn of the 20th Century can still be found on the property.

    2900 S Hayes St
    Amarillo, TX 79103

    »Lee and Mary E. Bivins Home

    This massive three-story house is a West Texas version of late Georgian Revival-style with a rather eclectic combination of architecutural features.

    1000 South Polk
    Amarillo, Texas 79105

    »Madame Queen

    The Madame Queen is a prototype 2-10-2 locomotive that was constructed in 1930 for the Santa Fe Railroad. The locomotive has been on display to the public for over 50 years. At the time of its use, the Madame Queen was the premiere locomotive of its day. In order to continue the upkeep of the classic locomotive, The Santa Fe Locomotive Development Museum is getting its start and taking donations. It was also shown in the Mega Movers series of The History Channel.

    South Lincoln Street & South East 2nd Avenue
    Amarillo, TX 79101

    »Splash Amarillo Waterpark

    This 14-acre water park offers cooling rides for summer visitors including a wave pool, speed slide, flume slides, a lazy river, arcade and concessions

    1415 Sunrise Drive
    Amarillo, Texas 79104

    »Texas Panhandle War Memorial

    The Texas Panhandle War Memorial pays tribute to soldiers who either lost their life or went missing in action since the Spanish American War. Several large red granite stones, each dedicated to a different war, lists the names of veterans who came from the 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.

    4101 South Georgia Street
    Amarillo, TX 79110

    »Thompson Park

    Amarillo's Thompson park covers and area of over 600 acres which makes it a perfect destination for families with kids. A day can be devoted to exploring the park and discovering it's features. A small zoo can be found on Thompson Park. For adults, a 36-hole golf course is available. But don't get too sidetracked and miss the lake, baseball park or child amusement area.

    2601 Dumas Dr
    Amarillo, TX 79107

    »Wonderland Amusement Park

    Featuring three roller-coasters, five water-slides and a number of rides for children, the Wonder Land Amusement Park has been entertaining visitors in Amarillo for close to 50 years. The family-friendly park also has bumper cars and a miniature golf course. For an affordable price, guests can purchase a ride pass for a full day of experiencing almost any attraction in the park (discounts are available for children with a height under "42). The Wonderland Amusement Park is the perfect place to have fun on a summer's day. Check website for seasonal hours.

    2601 Dumas Drive
    Amarillo, TX 79107

    »Sixth Street Antique Mall

    An official listing on the National Register of Historic Places, the Natatorium, or as locals call it, "The Nat", used to be an indoor swimming pool in the 20s. In later years, the Nat was transformed into a dance hall. The Nat was a major venue for bands traveling through Route 66, with such legendary musicians as Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong gracing the stage. Today, the Nat is as popular as ever, although it re-opened to the public as a large antique mall.

    W 6th Ave & S Forest St
    Amarillo, TX 79106

    »Western Bowl

    The Western Bowl bowling alley is the perfect place for people visiting Amarillo to have some fun. Every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday are "Galaxy Bowling" nights, where disco music is played and lasers flash throughout the alley. For young travelers, Thursdays are "College Nights" where students from Texas A&M and other schools come for a fun night of bowling. Hot dogs, sodas, beers and all of the other refreshments needed for a solid game of bowling are served.

    5120 Canyon Dr
    Amarillo, TX 79109

    »Helium Monument

    Right outside of the Don Harrington Discovery Center sits a large steel structure. This monument is dedicated to helium, the gas that originally brought prosperity to Amarillo. At one point of time, Amarillo was the world's only commercial producer of helium. The monument is dedicated to the importance of helium in the building of Amarillo's economic development and growth as a city.

    1200 Streit Drive
    Amarillo, TX 79106

    »Amarillo Botanical Gardens

    The Amarillo Botanical Gardens is a great place to visit for families or individuals who want to have a fun, educational experience involving the outdoors and native plant life. New exhibits are regularly being added, such as the Palo Duro Canyon Garden. Guided tours are available by request if made a week in advance. Be sure to find the tropical conservatory for a chance to investigate rare and exotic indoor plants.

    1400 Streit Drive
    Amarillo, TX 79106

    »Lights Off Golf

    Lights Off Golf is the perfect place to go for a date or with friends. At night, the golf balls, the green and the putters all glow in the dark thanks to black lights and special paint.

    7701 W Interstate 40
    Amarillo, TX 79121
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