An attraction that campers at Lubbock KOA will want to put at the top of their list of places to see is the Buddy Holly Center. It is not only dedicated to the music of the city’s favorite son, Buddy Holly, but it also houses the Lubbock Fine Arts Gallery and Texas Musician’s Hall of Fame.
Remember going to a drive-in movie theater in the 50s? You can experience this pleasure once again at the Stars and Stripes Drive-In Theater in Lubbock. Pile in the car and come watch the double feature while you munch on popcorn. If you want to have a meal here, you can order something from the 50s-style café onsite.
The World War II era is one of the most interesting times in history, so museums that deal with this topic can be fascinating. Silver Wings Museum is devoted to the US Glider Program and the manner in which it was used during the war. The depository includes exhibits, a theater and restored gliders.
Another museum in the area is the American Wind Power Museum, a facility that showcases water-pumping windmills. Visitors can browse through 28 acres of these machines.
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