FIBERMAX CENTER FOR DISCOVERY
1121 Canyon Lake Dr
Lubbock, TX 79403
Open 24/7; T-Sat 10a-5p
“FiberMax Center for Discovery”
The FiberMax Center displays agricultural
machinery and artifacts dating back to the
pioneering days of agriculture. Exhibits include
restored tractors, household items including
wash tubs, household appliances, horse-drawn
plows, planters and cultivators. A unique exhibit
of 71 pedal tractors and 350 toy tractors is also
on display along with interactive exhibits on
farming and cotton ginning.
JIMMY DEAN MUSEUM
1900 West 8th St.
Plainview, Texas 79072
M-Th 8a-5p; F 8a-4p; Sa, Su 1-5p
“Explore the sausage empire of Jimmy Dean”
Raised in Plainview, Jimmy Dean pulled himself
from poverty to national prominence as a
television entertainer and businessman who
started the Jimmy Dean sausage company.
The Jimmy Dean museum tells the story of his
life, including memorabilia, video, records and
photos from his personal collection. See how
Dean's early life shaped him into the future
musician and sausage mogul.
BUDDY HOLLY CENTER
1801 Crickets Avenue
Lubbock, Texas 79401
Tu-Sa 10a-5p; Su 1-5p
“A celebration of music and visual arts.”
The Buddy Holly Center is located in the
renovated historic Ft. Worth & Denver Depot.
The center provides a facility that features a
wide variety of programs encompassing music,
music history, the visual arts and educational
outreach initiatives. The Buddy Holly Center
currently houses a Fine Arts Gallery, the Buddy
Holly Gallery and the Texas Musicians Hall of
AMERICAN WINDMILL MUSEUM
1701 Canyon Lake Drive
Lubbock, Texas 79403
“Wind Power, Past, Present and Future.”
American Windmill Museum is the largest
museum in the world featuring over 180 rare
and unique windmills. Exhibits are inside and
outside. Home to the Wind Energy Experience
C e n t e r w h i c h e x p l o r e s t h e c o n n e c t i o n
between windmills and the railroad. Another
must see is the 6,000 square-foot hand-painted
mural titled "Legacy of the Wind". A family fun
and educational experience.
520 E. Waylon Jennings Blvd.
Littlefield, TX 79339
“A Little House with Big History”
The Duggan House Museum is located in one of
the first homes built in Littlefield. In 2012 it will be
100 years old. We promote Littlefield, Lamb
County and Waylon Jennings. We celebrate
Littlefield because without Maj. Geo W.
Littlefield we would not have a town, and Lamb
County because it is one of the richest farming
lands in Texas, and Waylon Jennings because
he was born here and never forgot his roots.
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