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One of Texas' largest privately owned amusement parks with more than 25 rides and 32 attractions, including miniature golf, arcades, bumper cars, Big Splash log flume, Fantastic Journey spook house, Shoot the Chute water ride, Raging Rapids water slide, Texas Tornado double loop roller coaster, food concessions, more.

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Cadillac Ranch

"Bumper crop" of 10 Cadillacs buried nose down in field at same angle as Cheops' pyramids. Represents Golden Age of Automobiles from 1949 through 1963

Amarillo, TX Auto Collections

Visitor Information Center

Brand new facility, open year-round in the Amarillo Civic Center in downtown Amarillo. Visitors can find information on events, attractions, accommodations, shopping, and more. Easy access from I-40 by taking the downtown exit.

Amarillo, TX Information Centers

Route 66 (Old San Jacinto)

Get your kicks on Route 66! Amarillo was the largest Texas city on Route 66, and many Route 66 fan clubs have sprung up all over the U.S. and the world. Look for the "Old Route 66"

Amarillo, TX Landmarks

Helium Monument

Six Story stainless steel time column erected 1968 commemorates the unusual natural element found near here in world'

Amarillo, TX Monuments

Wonderland Amusement Park

One of Texas' largest privately owned amusement parks with more than 25 rides and 32

Amarillo, TX Amusement Parks

Things to do near Amarillo, TX

Buffalo

View from Texas 114 of private herd of buffalo (American bison) and elk pastured across from highway rest area 8 miles east o...

Thomas Cree's Little Tree

Set behind protective fence at south edge of U.S. 60 about five miles southwest of city is site of first tree planted through...

Lake Meredith Aquatic and Wildlife Museum

Living specimens of some 16 species of fish found in Lake Meredith and the Canadian River are among primary features of the f...

Backdoor Theatre

A turn-of-the-century ice house transformed into a charming community theatre. Performances....

Fort Phantom Hill

Established 1851 to protect frontier from Indians, the post suffered a series of hardships; was abandoned in 1854. Historians...