Things To Do In Abilene

Up to 57% Off Shotgun Sports at Abilene Clay Sports


$35 $15

Clay pigeons launch at two skeet fields, six trap fields, or across a sporting-clays course with 12 stations, each up to 80 ft. tall

Up to 59% Off Women's Self-Defense Seminar


$40 $19

Seasoned self-defense instructors teach women to strike, kick, and disarm assailants

Up to 67% Off at Martial Arts or Party

Elmwood Area

$135 $49

Kids, teens, and adults get fit in martial-arts classes; birthday parties entertain up to 30 kids with martial-arts lessons and games

Up to 54% Off Horseback-Riding Lessons


$50 $25

Experienced equestrians teach students to ride confidently and respect horses during lessons at scenic farm

Up to 51% Off BYOB Bowling with Shoes


$41 $22

Bowlers bring beer and wine to complete their outing at an sleek, modern alley outfitted with large projection screens

Up to 59% Off at The Hideout Golf Club


$115 $55

Designed by Bill Johnston, this 6,981-yard course wraps wide fairways around scenic ravines and water hazards

50% Off Souvenirs at Scurry County Museum

Western Texas College

$10 $5

Pick up souvenirs, T-shirts, mugs, magnets, and stocking stuffers at the store inside a museum dedicated to local and regional history

Up to 79% Off VIP Entries to Trunk Show

Wells Fargo Pavilion

$20 $10

The shopping extravaganza takes place Friday, June 6, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.; the first 100 shoppers in the door receive a vendor goody bag

Up to 57% Off Roller-Skating Package or Party

San Angelo

$22 $11

Adults sip fountain sodas as they zip around the rink on rental skates, and groups of up to 12 kids party at table ready for cake

Up to 59% Off at Concho Yoga

San Angelo

$40 $19

Hatha yoga classes are designed to bring physical and mental balance; purified water, mats, and yoga props provided

Up to 59% Off at Tai Chi Concho

San Angelo

$40 $19

Find your inner calm during tai chi classes whose soft, flowing movements get the mind and body working together in harmony

Up to 51% Off Personal Training

San Angelo YMCA

$100 $49

NASM-certified personal trainer, Matt Cutrer, tailors workouts to build bulk, enhance stamina, and improve athletic performance

Up to 53% Off Dublin Bottling Works Tour


$19 $10


Tours explore the inner workings of the 120-year-old bottling plant that first sealed the caps of the original Dr. Pepper

45% Off Fitness Classes

Mineral Wells

$75 $41

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Haunted Abilene revamps its thrills and surprises each Halloween, finding new ways to frighten visitors while honoring the city's past. Each year, the Abilene Preservation League transforms the historic Swenson House into Phantom Manor, coaxing fiendish ghosts and ghouls to terrify visitors and chip in on the Preservation League's historic-site restoration projects.

1726 Swenson Street

Abilene Christian's student theater department practices cutting-edge stagecraft, integrating artistic talent, spiritual depth, and intellectual pursuit to produce quality theatrical performances. With this deal, you'll catch the college's melody-gifted thespians perform Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera masterpiece The Pirates of Penzance, which whimsically brims with colorful characters, including a merry band of sentimental swashbucklers, a squad of blustery policemen, and a rapid-singing major general. Hear timeless operatic standards such as "I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General," "Hail Poetry," "Poor Wand'ring One," and much more.

1705 Campus Court

The 13-acre Abilene Zoo delights visitors with more than 600 animals from more than 200 species. Guests gaze upon bobcats, flamingos, and giraffes before visiting the new bird gardens, where road runners and burrowing owls face off in feather fluffing tournaments. The zoo participates in conservation efforts for African lions, black rhinos, and ring-tailed lemurs, as well as other threatened and endangered creatures, and the Abilene Reporter-News recently profiled their new horticulturist, who has helmed a “green renaissance” at the facility.

2070 Zoo Lane

The Grace Museum builds connections through new experiences in art, science and history within the evolving Texas story through its exhibitions, programs and collections.

102 Cypress St

At Buffalo Gap Historic Village, wide-eyed visitors find themselves whisked back in time to a turn-of-the-century Texas, replete with a two-room schoolhouse, a courthouse, and a blacksmith shop. Explore the Buffalo Gap Historic Village's relics and historical landmarks dating back to the late 1800s with the help of complimentary guided-tour recordings. A garage barn houses antique vehicles such as a carriage and a 1919 Model-T hack. The doctor's office exhibit boasts office furnishings and a collection of archaic medical instruments that often inspires visitors to compose heartfelt letters of appreciation to their anesthesiologist. Two of the most storied buildings at the village are the Taylor County Courthouse and Jail, and the Cottonwood School, a two-room schoolhouse where 1920s children studied history, penmanship, and advanced flapping.

133 William Street
Buffalo Gap,

Classic Touch is a full care boarding and training facility. I offer riding lessons for children and adults in western or english. Train horses for Halter, Western Pleasure, Hunter under saddle, Trail and yearling lounge line. I also injury lay-ups and rehab.

525 Fm 1082