The High Plains of West Texas offers many surprises for visitors. Many of the most popular tourist attractions and things you can do are free. Amarillo is located at the halfway point of historic US Route 66.
This attraction is located at the western edge Amarillo’s, near Interstate 40. It’s surprisingly free and fun. The Cadillacs are artistically arranged in a row, sunk nose-first in the soil of a farmer’s field.
Palo Duro State Park offers a variety of activities including hiking, camping and mountain biking. The 16-mile round trip takes from the canyon rim to the canyon floor.
The Panhandle Plains Historical Museum is the largest Texas history museum. It offers an insight into Texas’ history from the time of the dinosaurs through modern times.