Amarillo attractions

Top Choice Monument in Amarillo

Cadillac Ranch

To millions of people whizzing across the Texas Panhandle each year, the Cadillac Ranch, also known as Amarillo’s ‘Bumper Crop,’ is the ultimate symbol of the US love affair with wheels. A salute to Route 66 and the…
Top Choice Museum in Amarillo

American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum

Quarter horses, favored on the Texas range, were originally named for their prowess at galloping down early American racetracks, which were a quarter-mile long. These beautiful animals are celebrated at this visuall…
Top Choice Market in Amarillo

Amarillo Livestock Auction

A slice of the real West is on display every Monday morning at the Amarillo Livestock Auction, just north of SE 3rd Ave on the city's east side. The auction is still one of the state's largest, moving more than 100,…
Amusement Park in Amarillo

Wonderland Amusement Park

If plowing along sedately for hours on the bland interstate has you ready for a little more excitement, then careening through the double loops of this park's Texas Tornado roller coaster should shake you out of you…
Nature Reserve in Amarillo

Wildcat Bluff Nature Center

Stretch those road legs at this 600-acre nature center, which has trails winding through grasslands, cottonwoods and bluffs. Spy on a prairie-dog town and try to spot a burrowing owl or porcupine while avoiding ratt…
Museum in Amarillo

Jack Sisemore Traveland RV Museum

Long before today's posh gas guzzling RVs hit the road, laden with every convenience right down to the satellite dish, intrepid Americans looking for adventure had much simpler vehicles. This museum at Jack Sisemore…
Museum in Amarillo

Don Harrington Discovery Center

Sadly you can't inhale any helium and talk like Donald Duck, but the lighter-than-air gas that was an Amarillo industry is honored at the Don Harrington Discovery Center. Aquariums, a planetarium and science exhibit…
Monument in Amarillo

VW Slug Bug Ranch

In response to Cadillac Ranch, five stripped down VW bugs have sprouted 18 miles east of Amarillo at an abandoned gas station.