Historical Markers

A Tribute to Cotton

Austin Brother’s Bridge

Bacon Home

Becton Cemetery

Bentley Arrow

Bledsoe Santa Fe Depot

Bradford Knapp

Breedlove Airport

Buddy Holly Center

This permanent exhibit is dedicated to the life and music of rock’n’roll legend, Buddy Holly. View memorabilia donated by family, friends, and fans. Hidden gem: Buddy’s glasses found at the site of the airplane crash. The Center also features a contemporary Fine Arts Gallery and Foyer Gallery.

Cactus Theater

Originally built as a move theater in the 1930s, this iconic venue is home to diverse concerts, shows, and performances.

Citizens National Bank of Lubbock

City of Lubbock Cemetery

Colonel T.S. Lubbock

Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients Located in Lubbock City Cemetery

Coronado High School

Coronado High School – Dagley Field

Engine 1809

Englewood Cemetery

Estacado Cemetery

F W & D South Plains Railway Depot

First Baptist Church of Lubbock

First Methodist Church of Lubbock

Forks and Brazos

General Ranald Slidell Mackenzie in Mackenzie Park

Idalou Cemetery

Immanuel Lutheran Church

Isham and Texana Tubbs House

Kress Building

Landwer Manicapelli Home

Lubbock High School

Lubbock Lake Landmark

Named one of the top five destinations to see evidence of the first Americans by Smithsonian Magazine, experience a West Texas sunset and journey through a three-mile scenic trail during one of their night hikes.

Lubbock Tornado Memorial

Lubbock Women’s Club

Lubbock’s First Cotton Gin

Mackenzie Scout Trail

Mercy Hospital

Migrant Labor Camps Historical Marker – Aztlan Park

Miss Mae Murfee

Monterey High School

Mount Gilead Church

New Hope Missionary Baptist Church

Ransom Canyon

Reese AFB

Ropesville Cemetery

Ropesville Resettlement Project

Slaton Bakery

Slaton Harvey House

Slaton Volunteer Fire Department

Slaton, Texas

Snyder Chalk Martin House

South Plains Army Airfield

St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Church

Texas Tech Judging Pavilion

Texas Tech University Barn

The Arnett House

The Mast Home

The Site of Old Lubbock

W. G. McMillan Construction Company

World War II Glider Pilots

Yellowhouse Canyon