Perched in the Texas Panhandle, Amarillo is home to a cool arts scene, a unique historic district and awe-inspiring natural beauty. Discover the best of Amarillo.
Start your visit with a tour of one of Amarillo's most eye-catching attractions, “Cadillac Ranch.” This art installation features a row of brightly painted and partially buried Cadillac cars, and it's a must for art buffs. For even more local art, make your way to the Amarillo Museum of Art, or head to the Texas Air & Space Museum to learn about the state's aerospace history. Hike dozens of miles of trails through the majestic Palo Duro Canyon or take the kids to Wonderland Park, a fun-filled theme park that's entertained families for decades.
Whether you're planning a getaway with the family or you're booking a business trip, it's easy to find a great place to stay in Amarillo. Reserve a budget-friendly spot in the center of town or get comfortable at an extended-stay property on the west side of the city. Since Amarillo is home to so many family-friendly hotels, you'll want to choose the one that's closest to the top attractions on your must-visit list.
If you're visiting Amarillo from afar, you'll find that the easiest way to get to the city is to fly into Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport, which is a 15-minute drive east of the city. If you're planning a road trip, you'll find Amarillo conveniently located at the intersection of Interstates 27 and 40, about two hours north of Lubbock, four hours east of Albuquerque and four hours west of Oklahoma City.