The American Wind Power Center is internationally recognized as the place to visit for observing windmills in their natural setting, and it serves as the premier educational facility where the heritage of the windmill is taught, seen and heard. The traditional space is 6,000 square feet and can hold up to 300 guests.
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A longtime Lubbock favorite, Cagle Steaks offers delicious meals in a unique setting. The family-owned steakhouse serves specialty steaks, barbeque, smoked salmon, grilled chicken, fajitas and more. It’s also a great place for a large group or event.
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Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA) is the perfect setting for all occasions from wedding receptions, corporate functions and theatrical presentations, to holiday parties, anniversaries, reunions, proms and graduations. The largest of LHUCA’s multi-discipline spaces, the renovated Christine DeVitt Icehouse, can accommodate up to 260 people for events.
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Ninety-five thousand square feet of meeting space makes the LMCC a one-stop-shop for meetings and events. The Civic Center’s downtown location ensures attendees can eat, stay and play just minutes away. The space welcomes more than 800,000 guests and more than 800 events each year thanks to its ideal location and versatile layout.
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The National Ranching Heritage Center is a 16-acre site houses 48 authentic structures dating back to the 1700s, which have been authentically restored and furnished. There is even a structure onsite that played host to President Theodore Roosevelt in the 1830s. Through year-round events and tours, the center depicts the life of North American ranchers.
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The Overton Hotel & Conference Center was designed by meeting and conference professionals featuring 20,000 square feet of all the resources you need for effective, memorable and productive events.
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The Overton Hotel & Conference Center is home to 303 upscale rooms and suites and an 11,250 square-foot, column-free ballroom/exhibit area with sound-deadening walls to convert the space into three separate rooms.
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From 1942 to 1944, Lubbock was home to the majority of American Glider Pilots and their flight training for World War II. To preserve their history and bravery, the Silent Wings Museum tells the story of the U.S. Glider Program and is home to three exhibit galleries, a C-47 airplane, research library, multimedia theater and one of the few fully restored World War II gliders in existence.
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The United Supermarkets Arena is located on the campus of Texas Tech University. The 15,000-seat, state-of-the-art, multipurpose facility is host to a variety of entertainment and athletic events.
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The Visit Lubbock Team understands the precision and fine details it takes to plan and implement a professional and successful event. It’s our team’s attention to detail and steadfast dedication to visiting groups that keeps meeting planners coming back time and again.
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