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Museum of Texas Tech is a great way to spend a hot summer afternoon in Lubbock! The art exhibits are always interesting and they have good interactive exhibits for the children.
The equipment in the planetarium broke during our visit, but there were plenty of...More
Texas Tech Museum has a great dinosaur exhibit that it sure to entertain kids and adults! The Lubbock history section is interesting. I always enjoy the special exhibits! Nice but small gift shop. Well worth the time and it is free!
There are magnetic puzzles on the walls which our 7 yr old grand daughter loved putting together with her grandpa. There is a reading table and chairs with children's books. But this museum has exhibits that entertain and educate as you wander through the exhibit...More
Stopped here while visiting a friend that works for the university and glad we did. Museum contained many different exhibits at the time of our visit including the fascinating Wildlife Photographer of the Year. The amazing photographs, bios, and descriptions were laid out in an...More
You’re in Lubbock. There’s really not a lot to do. This place rocks. Very interesting exhibits and ITS FREE. Totally worth the visit and the time was well spent. I’d love to go back and spend more time learning about the history of the area...More
Really impressive that a school can offer a museum of this caliber to the public, for free. No point talking about the exhibits; they’ll probably be different by the time you read this. But I think it’s fair to say that whatever they’ll have on...More
Love the history portrayed as well as the special exhibits. I visited while the Holocaust exhibit was there which included statements from Texan military men who helped liberate concentration camps.
I also liked their permanent exhibits and displays of jade and more. I recommend for...More
The museum has a ton of displays and each has different themes. We also took part in a activity where the helped others understand the evolution of woman heroes in history and comics. We enjoyed with our 12 now 13 year old daughter. Food was...More