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  • Kwahadi Heritage
    Bronze castings, beadwork, and art by more than 100 artists of the American Plains and Southwest line the walls at the Kwahadi Museum, providing visitors an enlightening glimpse of the Kwahadi, a band of Comanche people who hunted on the High Plains of Texas. The adobe-styled museum also displays the paintings, manuscripts, photographs, and artifacts of Thomas E. Mails, the late artist and author who has fed hungry libraries with 14 tasty tomes about American Indians, including Mystic Warriors of the Plains. Upcoming exhibits include the Perry Null Game Animal collection and Birds of the High Plains, and lucky visitors might catch one of the Kwahadi dancers' regular performances at the museum. Feel free to barter currency for elegant jewelry, pottery, paintings, dolls at the Trading Post, the museum's gift shop, which hosts collectibles from more than 100 native artisans.
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    9151 E Interstate 40
    Amarillo, TX US
  • Panhandle Plains Historical Museum
    A century ago, most travelers had no choice but to explore the world by foot, unless, of course, they were rich enough to own a Wonkavator. With that in mind, they probably would appreciate visiting the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum—a facility that, in a sense, lets guests cover 26,000 square miles on foot in one visit. But that’s not the only big number behind the museum’s operation: it also houses more than 2 million artifacts, spanning 14,000 years of the region’s history. Inside, guests can marvel at themed displays, including those that showcase the Plains’ roots in paleontology, archeology, and a renowned art collection. They can also relive the hardships and courage of living in the Old West while plodding through a life-size Pioneer Town.
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    2503 4th Ave
    Canyon, TX US
  • Wildcate Bluff Nature Center
    Wildcat Bluff Nature Center brings the natural world to open minds with outdoor trails and tours and a science center that hosts educational displays and classes. There are 5.3 miles of trails that wind through the Texas prairie and river-breaks habitats. Follow a naturalist on a guided tour or get shade from the hot sun under the visitor center's wrap-around veranda. Occasionally, Birds feed close by and occasionally deer show up to eat the bird food and and drink from a nearby pond.
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    2301 N Soncy Rd.
    Amarillo, TX US

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