Tag: Fun

Destination Spotlight – The Rawls Course

Since spring is upon us and the temperature is on the rise, it only seemed fitting to have the Destination Spotlight for March be one that celebrates being outside. For golf lovers far and wide, The Rawls Course at Texas Tech University is very well-known, for both its beautiful design and challenging course. The Rawls Course,

Celebrate Agriculture in Lubbock

Lubbock is no stranger to agriculture and its impact on our economy. Whether it’s today, this weekend or sometime this year, be sure to celebrate the industry by visiting or attending these fun and educational museums and events only in the “Hub City.” American Wind Power Center 1701 Canyon Lake Drive | 806.747.8734 windmill.com Home to

Top Group Outings in Lubbock

Located in West Texas, Lubbock is a popular destination for meetings and conventions. When groups are in town, there’s plenty to do and see during your off time. Luckily, Lubbock is bustling with a busy nightlife, world-class museums and live music, a perfect break for business travelers. Here are some of the top things to do when you’re

Butterflies Alive! Sneak Peek

Butterflies Alive! is back at the Science Spectrum & OMNI Theater in Lubbock starting Saturday, March 5. Once again, it’s a can’t miss event! We stopped by yesterday for an inside look at what you can expect. See them come to life. First along the exhibit trail is a chance to see butterflies actually come to

Did You Know…Lubbock Fun Facts

Whether you’re a tried-and-true Lubbockite, a relatively new citizen or just a visitor, there are many things you might not know about this great city. While there are some facts you should know about Lubbock, (we are home to rock ‘n’ roll legend Buddy Holly) some details might surprise you! Take a look at these

A History Buff’s Guide to Lubbock

The Lubbock area is rich in history and heritage. Currently, more than 244,000 people call Lubbock home. But in 1890 when two towns, Old Lubbock and Monterey, joined forces and established Lubbock after Thomas S. Lubbock, just 50 citizens inhabited the city. Lubbock was built on a thriving farming industry and made great strides in

Destination Spotlight: LHUCA

The arts scene in Lubbock is exploding, but it wouldn’t be without Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA). If you haven’t visited the LHUCA or experienced the First Friday Art Trail, you’re missing a West Texas gem. LHUCA began as the Lubbock Regional Arts Center (LRAC) in 1997 “to inspire and enrich the Lubbock

A Kid’s Guide to Lubbock, Texas

Hopefully you’ve seen our blog for “big kids” featuring the fun things going on in Lubbock. Now that we have mom and dad covered, we can’t forget about the little ones! Here are some of the places around Lubbock that bring back fond memories of childhood…when the going never got tough! National Ranching Heritage Center This Lubbock hot spot

Summer at Buffalo Springs Lake

Here in Lubbock, summers couldn’t be better. Our West Texas weather provides a perfect reason to escape to the lake with friends and family. Thankfully, Buffalo Springs Lake is close by and is one of Lubbock’s gems for summer fun — and it’s this month’s Destination Spotlight. Established in 1955, Buffalo Springs Lake was developed

Girls’ Getaway in Lubbock

Whether you are weathering the stress from work, family or school, giving yourself a girls’ getaway with your best friends is an important part of keeping balance in your life. Grab your friends and look no further for the ultimate refueling experience in Lubbock. Below you’ll find some of our favorite ways to have a