Kids Activities in Snyder

$10 for $18 Worth of Books and a Visit for Two to National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature

National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature

Original Town North

$18 $10

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Hundreds of lavishly illustrated children's books, some signed by Caldecott Award–winning artists, at illustration center's bookstore

One, Two, or Three Years of Online Guitar or Bass Lessons from Dangerous Guitar (Up to 91% Off)

Dangerous Guitar

Online Deal

$134.55 $18

More than 650 high-definition videos give professional instruction in a wide range of playing styles

Round of Mini Golf with Soft Drinks for Two or Four at Play Faire Park (54% Off)

Play Faire Park

Cobb Park Area

$13 $6

Duo of castle-themed, 18-hole stretches comprise historic mini golf course peppered with obstacles

Hour of BYOB Bowling with Shoes for Two, Four, or Six at Prime Time Family Entertainment Center (Up to 51% Off)

Prime Time Family Entertainment Center

Abilene

$41 $22

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

Two Guitar Classes for One or Two or Six Guitar Classes for One at Don’t Fret Guitar Studio (Up to 52% Off)

Don't Fret Guitar Studio

Lubbock

$100 $55

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At a laid-back studio, instructors teaches students to play guitar in a variety of styles, such as jazz, metal, and classic rock

$45 for Four 30-Minute Music Lessons at Texas Music School ($100 Value)

Texas Music School

Lubbock

$100 $45

Instructors with decades of music experience teach students to play guitar, voice, keyboard, banjo, bass, and other instruments

All-Access Indoor-Family-Fun-Center Outing for Two or Four Sunday–Thursday at Adrenaline City (Up to 58% Off)

Adrenaline City

Adrenaline City

$29.90 $14

Families team up in the laser-tag arena, bounce wall to wall in the 11,000 sq. ft. trampoline park, and scale the high-ropes courses

Admission for Two or Four, or One-Year Family Membership to the Railway Museum of San Angelo (Up to 50% Off)

Railway Museum of San Angelo

San Angelo

$10 $6

Exhibits trace the evolution of railroads, from the 1800s until today, inside a historic passenger depot

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Scurry County Museum offers a window into the county's past that's equally useful for locals and tourists. The permanent exhibit showcases a timeline of the county's development, highlighting everything from buffalo hunting to the oil boom. Rotating exhibits explore historical realities such as homemaking in the frontier days. Visitors can shop for unique gifts in the museum store, stocked with books, mugs, T-shirts, and other specialty items.

6200 College Avenue
Snyder,
TX
US

Prime Time Family Entertainment Center brings a chic, modern touch to the traditional bowling alley. Angular leather couches and sleek lighting set the scene for competition on the facility's smooth bowling lanes, which feature large screens that hover above and broadcast sports and entertainment for players. The lights drop and the pins become glowing targets during glow bowl, and a pool table invites bowlers to take a break with a game of nine-ball or stripes and solids between rounds. Prime Time is BYOB.

4541 Loop 322
Abilene,
TX
US

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
Abilene,
TX
US

A day’s worth of revelry awaits patrons at the Putt-Putt Fun Center, with attractions designed to amuse fun-seekers of all ages. Settle family feuds on the 18-hole Putt-Putt golf course, which includes both mini scoring pencils and mini mulligans––if no one sees. After a rousing round of mini golf, bat-wielders can bludgeon sports spheres to their hearts' content in the Putt-Putt BatZone, where one token produces 20 pitches and 200 home runs earns "Eternal Glory" emblazoned across the onesie of the slugger's choice. Skee-ball all-stars can rack up a small fortune in winnings redeemable for prizes in the air-conditioned arcade.

201 S Danville Dr
Abilene,
TX
US

Though Sol Events is headquartered on Costa del Sol Farm, the company's team of equestrians organizes and executes horse shows throughout the country so that stallions and their riders can sufficiently show off their jumping and dressage skills. Led by Ana Schravesande and daughter Adri Doyal, whose family history with horses goes back several generations, the steed savants at Sol Events also lead riding classes in which students bear down on grooming, riding, showing, and jumping to compete in trials or centaur-costume contests, if desired.

2288 Fm 18
Baird,
TX
US

Three years after founding Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts in 1997, Louise Hopkins Underwood’s operation finally found a permanent home in the city's vacated Fire Department Administration Building. These days, her vision for a thriving contemporary-arts community has grown into a four-block campus with nine buildings spread across 64,000 square feet. The LHUCA team repurposed those structures—warehouses and former municipal buildings among them—into arts spaces that include an exhibition hall and four galleries whose nearly 5,000 square feet display local, national, and international artists. The renovated Icehouse accommodates rehearsals and performances of dance, music, and performance art, and the 159-seat Firehouse Theatre's 5.1-surround-sound mix brings films to life more effectively than hiring Dr. Frankenstein as a projectionist. Along with showcasing the work of prominent figures, the center's teachers nurture up-and-coming artists with classes in disciplines such as oil painting, bagpiping, and creative writing.

511 Avenue K
Lubbock,
TX
US