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|American Quarter Horse Association||American Quarter Horse Heritage Center & Museum|
|Amarillo Dillas||Amarillo Garden Center|
|Amarillo Gunfighters||Amarillo Livestock Auction|
|Amarillo Little Theatre||Amarillo Museum of Art|
|Amarillo Opera||Amarillo Sox Baseball|
|Amarillo Symphony||Amarillo Zoo|
|Cadillac Ranch||Cal Farley's Boys Ranch & Girlstown, USA|
|Don Harrington Discovery Center||English Field Air and Space Museum|
|Palo Duro Canyon||Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum|
|Route 66 Historic District||Wonderland Amusement Park|
Cal Farley's Boys Ranch & Girlstown, USA
P.O. Box 1890
Amarillo, Texas 79174-0001
Phone: 806 372-2341 or 800 687-3722
America's First Boys Ranch. Approximately 20,000 people visit Boys Ranch annually. The two-day Boys Ranch Rodeo held Labor Day weekend since 1943, is a highlight of the year. Both boys & girls are given a "second chance for success" at Cal Farley's Boys Ranch.
Amarillo Little Theatre
The longest continuously performing
little theatre in the United States!
2019 Civic Circle in
Amarillo, Texas 79109
Phone: 806 355-9991
Concerts at the Amarillo Civic Center Auditorium, 3rd & Buchanan. Come be enchanted by this symphony orchestra which has been providing beautiful music for Amarillo since 1924!
1000 S. POlk St.
Amarillo, Texas 79101
Phone: 806 376-8782
Operas are performed in English. Guest artists and company perform during the season. For more information see the website or call 806-372-7464
Free admission for this great zoo
representative of the local area animals and more.
North of Amarillo on U.S. 287 in Thompson Park
Various special programs held during the year may have admission costs
Phone: 806 381-7911
Amarillo Museum of Art
This museum has both permanent and
changing exhibits featuring a broad range of art of all types. Free admission.
2200 S. Van Buren
Amarillo, Texas 79109
PO Box 447
Amarillo, Texas 79178
Please call for hours & exhibits: 806 371-5050
Amarillo Garden Center
Visitors are always welcome to this garden which features a scent garden for the blind among many other features.
1400 Streit Drive
Harrington Regional Medical Center
Phone: 806 352-6513
Amarillo Livestock Auction
Over 300,000 head of cattle are sold here annually. Come and experience the excitement of sale day!
Phone: 806 373-7464
Route 66 Historic District
Located in Old San Jacinto, one of the city's first residential and business districts. Find over one mile of antique and collectible shops located in former business district of old Route 66.
On 6th Avenue between Georgia and Western
English Field Air and Space Museum
Varied displays of aircraft and
As of 2008 this museum has closed, but some of the aircraft may be seen through the fences.
Located on Hwy 60 at 2014 English
Rd., next to control tower
the Dillas were founded in 1994 in Amarillo Texas. They were part of the United League Baseball from 2006 to 2010, the Texas-Louisiana League from 1994 to 2000 and the Central Baseball League from 2001 to 2004. As of 2010 they are no longer functioning in Amarillo as a baseball team.
This Baseball Team has been affiliated with the American Association South Division since 2011. The league is not affiliated with Major League Baseball. Games are played at the Amarillo National Bank Sox Stadium. They were formerly located in Pensacole, Florida.
Wonderland Amusement Park
Come ride the famous "Texas Tornado", one of the top-rated double-loop steel roller coasters in the country. Besides 25 rides, Wonderland offers food and entertainment for everyone. See the website for hours of operation and admission costs.
Call for more information: 800 383-4712 or 806 383-3344
Don Harrington Discovery Center
A planetarium and science museum
with a unique 360 degree theater.
See the website for hours of operation and admission costs
Visit us at the Harrington Regional
1200 Streit Drive
Amarillo, Texas 79106
Phone: 806 355-9547
The Gorillas no longer play Hockey in Amarillo. They began here in 2002 and played through 19 May 2010. The team was replaced by the Amarillo Bulls for the 2010-2011 season
The Bulls began playing in Amarillo in 2010. They are part of the North American Hockey League's South Division and play at the Amarillo Civic Center.
American Quarter Horse Association
For more information about the AQHA, please call:
806-376-4811 or go the the website
American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame and Museum
2601 East I-40
Amarillo, Texas 79104
Phone: 806 376-5181
See exhibits of western art as well as those showing the American Quarter Horse and western liefstyle. There are often traveling exhibits at the museum.
See the world's only Cadillac Ranch! A Unique experience!!
Located seven miles west of Amarillo on I-40
Find this group at the Rusty Spur
Located on the rim of Palo Duro Canyon.
Phone for more information: 806 379-7667 or 488-2406
Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum
Located in nearby Canyon, Texas, this museum much of western history, including a reconstructed typical western town of the 1880's. Many other exhibits will hold your attention for hours. Please call for admission prices and hours of operation
2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
Phone: 806 651-2244
The Grand Canyon of Texas
Enjoy beautiful vistas and much to do in the country's second largest canyon! Many hiking and horseback riding trails, picnic areas and more.
26,275 acres of the scenic, northern most portion of the Palo Duro Canyon.
Call for more information: 806 488-2227 ext 100
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