Lubbock Vacations & Travel Packages!
A city and the county seat of Lubbock County in the US state of Texas, Lubbock is located in a region geographically and historically known as the Llano Estacado and is ecologically a part of the southern end of the High Plains. The city is nicknamed as "Hub City" for it being economic, healthcare, and education hub of the multicounty region. From family fun to live music, interesting museums, and cultural festivals, this city guarantees to capture attention of tourists on Lubbock vacation. Weather-wise, September to November and March to May are considered as the best times to visit Lubbock. The temperatures are pleasant and thus perfect for sightseeing. It is advisable to book Lubbock travel package in advance as flight ticket fares and hotel prices tend to rise.
Places of Interest in Lubbock
Cactus Theater offers visitors with live music productions, theatrical plays, and musicals. Designed in Art Deco style by architect Robert Maxey, this theater has capacity of 426 people where one can enjoy theatrical plays and various other performances along with admiring the architectural beauty of this place.
Lubbock Lake Landmark
Also named as Lubbock Lake Site, Lubbock Lake Landmark is a significant archaeological site and natural history preserve. Listed in National Register of Historic Places and also a designated National Historic and State Archeological Landmark, Lubbock Lake Landmark has evidence of ancient people and extinct animals. One can explore active archaeological digs here. This site remains closed for public on Mondays.
Silent Wings Museum
Silent Wings Museum is an apt place to visit for tourists wanting to learn about the World War II Glider Program. This museum puts on show a fifteen-minute program in its theatre named Silent Wings: The Story of the World War II Glider Program. Photographs and artifacts showcased in the museum include a fully restored WACO CG-4A glider, airborne equipment, TG-4 trainer, and living exhibit: the British Horsa Glider restoration project.