Expected the unexpected and wow your group with Amarillo’s large arts community
Day 1 – Arrive in Amarillo and check-in to your chosen hotel. Kick off your stay by viewing some of the public art and galleries located in the Amarillo Cultural District (Free). Have a chuck wagon style dinner with your group before viewing the world-famous TEXAS! Musical Drama (Seasonal).
Day 2 – Have breakfast at the hotel or one of our many group friendly restaurants. Visit the large collection on display at the Amarillo Museum of Art (Free Admission). Then take your group to the Route 66 Historic District for a hands-on pottery class with Blue Sage Pottery. After lunch, stop by the American Quarter Horse Museum and Hall of Fame to learn about the horse that settled the west and view their art gallery. Enjoy an afternoon performance at the Amarillo Little Theatre, Amarillo Opera, Lone Star Ballet, or Amarillo Symphony (Seasonal). Then travel back to the Route 66 district to for a reception with music from Chamber Music Amarillo.
Day 3 – Have breakfast at the hotel or one of our many group friendly restaurants. Stop by the sculpture garden and view the galleries at Arts in the Sunset. Before leaving town, your group can show their creative side and leave their mark on Cadillac Ranch (Free Admission; don’t forget your spray paint)!
Immerse yourself in the culture and times of The Mother Road with these group friendly attractions stops.
Day 2 – Have breakfast at the hotel or one of our group friendly restaurants such as Blue Front Cafe located on Route 66. Spend the morning with a trip back in time at the RV Museum at Jack Sisemore's Traveland. After the RV Museum, spend free time on the mile-long Route 66 Historic District enjoying the antique and boutique stores, restaurants and art galleries (you can also arrange for a pottery class at Blue Sage Pottery or a reception and music with Chamber Music Amarillo!). For lunch try one of our group friendly restaurants or let them choose a place in the historic district. Spend an afternoon living the fun and excitement at Wonderland Amusement Park, you can have dinner under their picnic shelter, or enjoy music and food under the stars at Starlight Ranch.
Day 3 – Have breakfast at the hotel or one of our group friendly restaurants. Before you leave town let your group leave their mark on Cadillac Ranch, don't forget spray paint! If you're heading west, stop by the Midpoint Cafe in Adrian, Tx for lunch. Their pie has been voted the best pie on Route 66!
Let your group feed their inner country and have a true taste of the west with these western focused tour options.
Day 1 – Arrive in Amarillo and check-in to your chosen hotel. Start your trip with a tour of the Alibates Flint Quarries and National Monument with a park ranger. For dinner, wow your group with a performance by the Kwahadi Dancers at the Kwahadi Museum of the American Indian.
Day 2 – Have Breakfast on a ranch and a real western experience with Cowgirls and Cowboys in the West. Head to the town of Canyon and tour the largest historical museum in Texas at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum then for lunch, Feldman’s Wrong Way Diner. After lunch, have an open air Humvee tour of the beautiful Palo Duro Canyon with Palo Duro Creek Ranch. You can also bring your group to heights with Palo Duro Canyon Adventure Park and Zip Line. After the fun, meet the staff of TEXAS Outdoor Musical Drama (seasonal) for a guided driving tour through the canyon and backstage before a chuck wagon style dinner and then seeing this official play of Texas.
Day 3 – Have breakfast at the hotel then head over to the museum dedicated to the horse that settled the west, The American Quarter Horse Museum and Hall of Fame. After that, enjoy a leisurely mid-morning at the shops and locally owned boutiques at Wolflin Square, Wolflin Village, Shops at Soncy, Westgate Plaza, or the Route 66 Historic District. Have lunch at The Big Texan Steak Ranch before leaving town.
Day 1 - Arrive in Amarillo and check-in to your chosen hotel. For the evening visit Wonderland Amusement Park (Seasonal). Dinner can be arranged at their picnic shelter.
Day 2 - Breakfast at hotel or a cowboy style breakfast with a real western experience at Cowgirls and Cowboys in the West. After breakfast explore the canyon with an open-air Humvee tour at Palo Duro Creek Ranch (horseback riding is also available!). Then, let your group zip across the canyon at Palo Duro Adventure Park and Zip Line. Have lunch at Feldman's Wrong Way Diner or schedule a campus tour of West Texas A&M University and have lunch in their cafeteria. After lunch head back to Amarillo and see the Don Harrington Discovery Center. After that choose a sporting event (depending on the season): Route 66 Motor Speedway, Amarillo Venom Indoor Football, Amarillo Bulls Ice Hockey, or an equestrian event at the Amarillo National Center. Wrap up your day with dinner at the world-famous Big Texas Steak Ranch!
Day 3 - Have breakfast at the hotel or one of our many group friendly restaurants. Get in touch with nature with a guided walk through Wildcat Bluff Nature Center. Then, let your group leave their mark at Cadillac Ranch, don't forget spray paint! For lunch, have a catered meal as your group watches a performance by the Kwahadi Dancers at the Kwahadi Museum of the American Indian.
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