Ever wondered what it is like to live in Lubbock, TX? While you may spend most of your time in class or studying, there is tons around to explore in this area we call home!

Whether you’re from the area or a Lubbock newcomer, you’ll find something to love within steps of The Edge. Explore our town’s best and brightest local attractions, starting with these six things to do, see, and eat.

Stars & Stripes Drive In

Stars & Stripes Drive In

The stars at night are big and bright .... DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS!

Looking for something to do under the vast Texas skies? Enjoy a nostalgic experience under the stars. Showing new movies and retro favorites. 50's Cafe serves Rockin' Eats & Tasty Treats!

Jones Stadium at TTU

Jones Stadium at TTU

Jones AT&T Stadium, home of Red Raider football since Nov. 29, 1947, is arguably one of the most electric game day atmospheres in all of college football. The stadium's majestic beauty on the outside is the perfect facade for a rowdy and terrific game day experience that lies within its walls.

McPherson Cellars Winery

McPherson Cellars Winery

The McPherson family has been a part of Texas viticulture and winemaking for over 40 years. McPherson Cellars was created to honor Winemaker Kim McPherson’s father, Dr. Clinton “Doc” McPherson, a founder and pioneer of the modern Texas wine industry. Doc was one of the state's prime grape growers and was the first in Texas to plant Sangiovese in his Sagmor Vineyard. We converted Lubbock’s historic 1930s era Coca Cola bottling plant in downtown Lubbock into a winery and our winery opened in the fall of 2008.

National Ranching Center

National Ranching Center

Since 1969, founders of the National Ranching Heritage Center sought to address the loss of historically significant ranch structures to time and the elements. Today, the mission of the National Ranching Heritage Center and Ranching Heritage Association is to preserve and interpret the history of ranching in North America and address contemporary ranching issues.

Buddy Holly Center

Buddy Holly Center

Exhibitions and programs reflect the diverse cultural characteristics of the region and encourage interaction between artists and the community. The Buddy Holly Center, a historical site, has dual missions; preserving, collecting and promoting the legacy of Buddy Holly and the music of Lubbock and West Texas.

Prairie Dog Town

Prairie Dog Town

Of all Nature's wild creatures, none is more appealing and entertaining to watch than the Prairie Dog. In the 1930's, Prairie Dog Town was established in Mackenzie Park and has been enjoyed by resident and visitors alike throughout its history.

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