MUSEUM OF TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY
3301 4th Street, Lubbock, TX 79415 Directions
'Museum of Texas Tech University' is a resource for educating a collecting, studying, diverse audience and disseminating information on the natural and cultural resources of local and neighboring areas. The museum is set to expand its field trip to include the museum's National Heritage Ranching Center, located next door. The museum provides a range of office machines, necessary historical weapons, household furniture, telephones, books, magazines, and equipment. It offers workshops that come into your classroom to deliver practical learning experiences. Guided tours, specifically tailored for school groups, are also available on request.
Traveling Trunks, Summer Camps, Science Program, Anthropology, Planetarium, Events, Open Studio, Steam Day, Teachers Programs, Collecting Divisions, Museum Tours, Clothing, Prospective Students, Continuing Education, Exhibitions, Lesson Plans, Art & Textiles Collections
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LOUISE HOPKINS UNDERWOOD CENTER FOR THE ARTS
511 Avenue K, Lubbock, TX 79401 Directions
Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts is a 501(c)(3 ) nonprofit arts organization for the city. Their mission is to nurture and promote all of the arts by encouraging imagination and public participation. The LHUCA main building contains four magnificent art galleries that are open to the public and free of charge. It has over 55,000 people enjoying the programs and services offered by LHUCA. The main building of LHUCA host over 20 exhibitions featuring regional, national, and foreign artists. It presents visual, performing, and literary arts to adults.
Events, Displays, Collections, Educational Programs, Flatland Film, Rentals, Classes, Shops, Exhibitions, First Friday Art Trail & Helen Devitt Jones Clay Studio
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NATIONAL RANCHING HERITAGE CENTER
3121 4th Street, Lubbock, TX 79409 Directions
National Ranching Heritage Center is a 19-acre museum and historical park situated on Texas Tech University's northern boundary. The paved path through the historic park is 1.5 miles long, and depending on your level of interest can take one hour or more to tour. Exhibits bring to life the development of the beef cattle industry with a rare selection of images highlighting an industry that supplies high-quality protein to millions of customers worldwide. Tourists can enjoy 52 historical ranching structures at the ranching heritage site and a variety of activities for all ages. The National Ranching Heritage Center is a perfect place to organize special events such as dinners, parties, receptions, and workshops. Admission is free.
Corrals and Pens, Stock Cars, Summer Camps, Blacksmith Shop, Resources for Teachers, Outdoor Historical Park, Field Trips for K-12, Barns, Dugouts, Exhibit, Calendar, One-Room School House, Historic Windmills, Ranch Headquarters Buildings, Bunkhouse, Adult Group Visit & Junior Rough Rider Corrals