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American Wind Power Center


category : Historic Mills
Windmills of all descriptions are found on the grounds of this 28-acre site, donated in 1993 by the City of Lubbock to document the unique history of the windmill and its effect on early pioneers. Center tells the story of how the windmill settled the West, giving access to underground water on land where there were no rivers, streams, or lakes. Currently the museum features 30 exhibits outside and 75 windmills inside, including one of the first all metal windmills and an early example from the 1800s. Between 19th and Broadway streets. Along Canyon Lake Drive.


Admission: Suggested donation:: $2 per person or $5 per family.
Hours: Hours Open: Varied
Address: 1701 Canyon Lake Dr.
Phone: 806/747-8734
Our Website:www.windmill.com

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