Amarillo is the biggest city in the Texas Panhandle and is the seat of Potter County. It is also home to more than 191,000 people. Get on a bus charter in Amarillo, Texas and visit the city today.
With a bus charter in Amarillo, Texas, you can visit these places:
You should head out to Wonderland Park, where you can get on and enjoy rides like the Texas Tornado, the Cyclone, and other thrill rides. The park has been open for at least five decades.
Check out the city's many excellent museums, such as the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, which is the state's biggest history museum; the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum; the Texas Air & Space Museum; the Don Harrington Discovery Center; and the Amarillo Museum or Art. You could also join the First Friday Art Walks, or you could just drop by the city's many art galleries.
As for great performances, check out the Amarillo Little Theatre, a professional community theater that is one of the oldest in the country. The group puts out nine shows for every season. You can also enjoy the music of the Amarillo Opera or the Amarillo Symphony. Or catch the Amarillo Ballet, which produces several shows a year including "The Nutcracker." Or you can just drop by the Amarillo Civic Center Complex to see what's happening there.
The Galleries at Sunset Center, Don Harrington Discovery Center and the Amarillo Botanical Gardens are also worth a visit!
Check out the golf courses in the city, including Comanche Trail Golf Course, Preston West Par 3 Golf Course, Amarillo Country Club, Ross Rogers Municipal Golf Course, Tascosa Country Club, and La Paloma Golf Club.
The city has more than two dozen sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These include churches such as Central Presbyterian Church, First Baptist Church, and Polk Street Methodist Church; and houses such as the Alice Ghormley Curtis House, the Henry B. and Ellen M. Sanborn House, and the Miles and Myda Bivins House. It also includes three districts that give you several historic and architectural gems that are near each other. These are the Plemons-Mrs. M. D. Oliver-Eakle Additions Historic District, and Wolflin Historic District. The Historic Route 66 has several antique and collectible stores in more than a one-mile stretch.
Other historic sites that you can visit include: Amarillo College Administration Building and Gymnasium, Amarillo US Post Office and Courthouse, Fisk Medical Arts Building, Northwest Texas Hospital School of Nursing, and Potter County Courthouse and Library.
Visit the Palo Duro Canyon State Park, which is among the most scenic attractions in the country. The state park includes more than 25,000 acres of space and is ideal for camping and for picnics. Mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding are some of the other things you can do here. You can also watch TEXAS at the park's Pioneer Amphitheater.
Amarillo Zoo is located inside the Wonderland Amusement Park and has more than five dozen species of animals housed in 15 acres of space.
Do check out the Cadillac Ranch, a roadside attraction that includes 10 Cadillacs that are all covered in graffiti. The cars are standing with their noses buried under the ground.
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