Horse Texas FlagFrom outdoor activities to western heritage to a flourishing arts scene, who knew there was so much to do in Amarillo? From A (Amarillo Botanical Gardens) to Z (Palo Duro Zip Line), take a look at the all Amarillo has to offer. And new attractions, like Bill's Backyard Classics, are being added all the time. Use the dropdown menu below to jump to attractions in specific areas of interest.


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Zip across Palo Duro Canyon! weekends from 10am to sunset!…


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Hours: Mon. - Sat. 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. Sunday 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.

Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument is approximately 35 miles northeast of Amarillo near Fritch, Tx. A unique 1 1/2 mile walking tour led by park staff or volunteers offers a

Don’t miss this lush landscaped gardens in the middle of the Texas Panhandle featuring the the sights, sounds and fragrances of the Mary E. Bivins Tropical Conservatory, bursting with

Hockey celebrates its 20th consecutive year in the Texas Panhandle. No other professional sport can say that. The Amarillo Bulls enter their sixth season in the North American

Amarillo Dragway, south of FM1151 (Claude Highway) at the end of Burlington Rd, has brought drag racing back to Amarillo. Races are held every other weekend in the summer, weather

Amarillo Historical Museum features a growing collection of artifacts and photos featuring the development of Amarillo. It is located at 211 SE 17th Avenue. 806-374-3056

Amarillo Little Theatre Amarillo Little Theatre is a large, professionally staffed community theatre which is also among the oldest, continuously operating theatres in the country. The

Amarillo Little Theatre (ALT) is a large, professionally-staffed community theatre which is among the oldest, continuously operating theatres in the country. ALT produces 9 shows each

This is one of the largest independent livestock auctions in Texas, selling over 100,000 head of livestock annually. Rub elbows with Texas cattlemen and experience the excitement of

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