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O'Donnell Heritage Museum
The O'Donnell Heritage Museum is housed in a 1925 two-story bank building in it's original condition. A part of the museum includes a room of exhibits on the actor Dan Blocker (reared in O'Donnell) who played 'Hoss' Cartwright on NBC's Bonanza. The museum's exhibits include a telephone system, blacksmith shop, schoolroom, post office, legal and doctor's offices and a restored church.
Doke & 8th St.
O'Donnell, Texas 79361
Out of the flatness of the Texas High Plains rises one of the most beautiful wine making facilities in the country. The facilities at CAP ROCK WINERY include a barrel reception hall that can accommodate up to 250 people, a bridal suite, large tasting room, large lighted out door patio, and much more. The name, CAPROCK, refers to the actual geologic formation of the Texas High Plains area.
408 E. Woodrow Road
Lubbock, Texas 79423
The museum is a non-profit foundation and the collection of the G.C. McCrary Family. The gallery is a place where contemporary art and artifacts join spectacular art of the world. The educational factor is exceptional due to Mr. McCrarys passion for collecting. Displaying the artistic culture of people world wide, in Post, Texas, was his dream of sharing what he enjoyed most. Free admission.
201 East Main Street & Ave. I, Ste. 3
Post, Texas 79356
Llano Estacado Winery
Come visit the winery given credit by the state for creating Texas' current wine renaissance. Llano Estacado is Texas' Best-Selling 'Premium' wine, and has won hundreds of awards over the years--both nationally and internationally. The simple mission of Llano Estacado, from its beginning in 1976 to its role as industry leader today, has been to embody the fabulous potential of Texas wines.
3426 East F.M. 1585
Lubbock, Texas 79452
Museum of Texas Tech University
The Museum of Texas Tech University is internationally recognized with collections in the arts, humanities and the sciences featuring nearly two million objects. Exhibits and programs representing all collecting areas are presented in the museum building and star shows are available in the adjoining Moody Planetarium. Exhibits include anthropology, art, ethnology, history, paleontology, and more.
3301 4th street
Lubbock, Texas 79409