- The list below includes 27 free or cheap things to do in or near Amarillo, Texas, including 21 different types of inexpensive activities like Specialty Museums, Movie Theaters, Bowling and Colleges & Universities.
- From Amarillo College to Harrington House, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Amarillo and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Canyon.
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Girls Night Out the Show Amarillo MoreLess Info
Muscle-bound hunks unleash ripped abs and sexy dance moves in a tantalizing evening of girls’ night out fun, with optional meet-and-greet
91% 11 votes
Amarillo, TX MoreLess Info
Amarillo College, established in 1929, is a two-year community college with a total of six campuses. A wide range of degrees are offered, as well as Continuing Education courses and online classes.
92% 26 votes
1600 S. Polk St., Amarillo, TX MoreLess Info
Built in 1914, the Harrington House is a 15,000 square foot mansion with 20 rooms, eight bathrooms, seven fireplaces and four floors. Tours are offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays, mid-April through mid-December to guests ages 14 and over. Admission is free.
84% 88 votes
1400 Streit Dr, Amarillo, TX MoreLess Info
The Amarillo Botanical Gardens started as a garden club formed by a group of women in 1929. Today, the gardens feature a tropical conservatory that is available for event rentals, and several themed outdoor gardens.
68% 2121 votes
Interstate 40, Amarillo, TX MoreLess Info
There isn't a more unique pop-culture experience than seeing 10 caddy's buried nose down at Cadillac Ranch, outside of Amarillo. Visitors are welcome to view the artwork or create their own by adding to the display with spray paint.
54% 240 votes
6th Ave., Amarillo, TX MoreLess Info
Eat, Drink, and Antique' on the mile-long Route 66 Historic District. This stretch of road, once a part of the famous Route 66, now is home to antique shops, cafe's, watering holes and more whether you are staying or just passing through.
70% 27 votes
1200 Streit Dr, Amarillo, TX MoreLess Info
Located in front of a discovery center, Helium Monument consists of a six story high structure filled with time capsules from the 1960s. The monument was erected to celebrate the discovery of helium.
68% 19 votes
Amarillo, TX MoreLess Info
Surrounded by trails, Wildcat Bluff Nature Center offers visitors educational information about the native plants and animal life in the region. The center organizes guided nature tours where visitors can go bird, deer, and insect watching.
100% 334 votes
19300 South FM 1258, Amarillo, TX 79118 MoreLess Info
Consistently rated one of the best attractions in Amarillo, Cowgirls and Cowboys in the West, is dedicated to celebrating the rich heritage of the American West. Featuring riding and ranching demonstrations, chuck wagon meals, and tours.
98% 328 votes
4341 Canyon Drive, Amarillo, TX MoreLess Info
Take an interesting look at the inception and evolution through today of the RV industry at Jack Sisemore Traveland RV Museum. Explore dozen's of restored RV's and learn about how the industry has grown to what it is today.
85% 175 votes
2601 I-40 East at Quarter Horse Dr, Amarillo, TX MoreLess Info
A 'must-see' attraction for horse lovers everywhere, the American Quarter Horse Heritage Center & Museum is a great place to experience the American West. Visitors can learn about this special breed of horse through sculptures, artwork, and exhibits.