Category: Attractions

5 Reasons to Visit the Texas Tech Museum 

Texas Tech University Museum

By: Lindsey Neas The Museum of Texas Tech University is TTU’s hub of knowledge and culture. The museum has free admission and over 4,000 square feet of galleries. With six diverse collections of anthropology, art, clothing and textiles, history, paleontology and natural history, the museum welcomes visitors of all ages.  Established in 1929, the museum

Top 5 Family-Friendly Experiences in Lubbock

1. Explore the Great Outdoors From hikes through the red rocks to meeting Lubbock’s cutest furry friends, there’s plenty for your family to do under the West Texas sun. Gather everyone for a night of friendly competition full of yard games, golf swings and wood-fired pizza at The Range, or grab a bag of carrots

From Santa to Symphony: Your Guide to the Holidays in Lubbock

By: Aubrie Harris It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas here in the 806! From time-honored traditions to exciting new events, this holiday season is full of festive fun. As you get your coat out of the back of the closet and embrace the chilly West Texas winter, get ready for a full calendar

Hub City Happenings: December

By: Aubrie Harris December 1 – The Amazing Castle Travel back to medieval times with The Amazing Castle exhibition at the Science Spectrum. Visitors can explore eight themed and interactive areas. This whimsical exhibit is on display every weekday and is included with the standard museum admission fee. December 1 – “High and Dry XXIII:

Why You Need to Stop in Lubbock on Your Way to Ski

This winter, plan your weekend getaway to the mountains and consider taking the scenic route! Halfway to the slopes, you’ll find a city rich in history, art, culture and cuisine. Whether you’re on the hunt for new skiing gear, a rest stop for the night or anything in between, Lubbock boasts the necessary amenities to

5 Reasons to Travel to Lubbock as a Digital Nomad

Now more than ever, remote workers and digital nomads are on the move. Whether you are bringing business with you to visit family over the holidays or planning your next short-term travel destination as a digital nomad, Lubbock is the ideal spot to explore. If you have the flexibility to work from anywhere, you should

How to Halloween in Hub City 

By: Aubrie Harris Halloween is underway in Lubbock with festive activities, fright experiences and more waiting just around the corner. Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie or looking for a place to show off your costume, there’s a Halloween celebration waiting for you. From jump scares in a haunted house to a family-friendly walk in the

Hub City Happenings: October

By: Aubrie Harris October 1 – 502 Jam Night Two Docs Brewing Co. is hosting a jam night every Sunday 6–9 p.m. The sign-ups are open and everyone is welcome! October 1 – King Tut: Treasures of the Tomb The Science Spectrum has a limited-time exhibition centering around the famous ancient Egyptian ruler King Tut

6 Sensory-Friendly Experiences in Lubbock

From sunny days spent adventuring outside to indoor play spaces, Lubbock is home to several family-friendly spaces. Explore our guide to sensory-friendly attractions and activities: We Rock the Spectrum Kids Gym | 5217 82nd St. With trampolines, swings, ziplines, arts and crafts, and more, this gym is made with the purpose of exercising and stimulating the

Fair Food Must Haves at the South Plains Fair

Trade in the West Texas sky for a night under the neon lights! Filled with endless deep-fried eats, rollercoasters and live music, the Panhandle South Plains Fair makes for the perfect family-friendly fall activity.  When you’re not busy enjoying the view from the tip top of the ferris wheel, feeding animals at the petting zoo