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American Banjo Museum, OKC (4hrs from Amarillo)

Nice two-storey museum with well-told history of banjo on lit-up porch, beautiful banjos displayed, and front room where you can play a banjo!

Bricktown, OKC (4 hrs from Amarillo)

Fantastic place to stroll along the canal, check out the flowers and pretty trees, see the Land Run sculpture, and enjoy live music at dinner.

Houston Museum of Natural Science

Fantastic museum with huge fossils, amazing dinosaurs, and lovely gems.

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Fantastic museum with collection of pre-Columbian gold collected by Alfred C. Glassell, Jr.

Pearl District, San Antonio

Hip neighborhood that used to be the site of the industrial Pearl Brewery.

Japanese Tea Garden, San Antonio

Beautiful garden in a former rock quarry, with high waterfall, stone bridges, flowers, an island, koi ponds, cafe, Japanese torii gate, and a Japanese pagoda.

Fountains at Farah, Cielo Vista Mall, El Paso

A lovely public space in El Paso. Here you can hang out on the lawn or go to a cafe.

San Antonio River Walk

Gorgeous walkways lined with cafes, along the river, one storey below street level.

National Border Patrol Museum, El Paso

Interesting basic-looking museum with contraptions showing what people do to get across the border.

Balmorhea Springs

Natural spring where you can swim in the deep blue pool.

Hermann Park, Houston

It's fun to walk to the top of the manmade hill at Hermann Park.

Children's Museum of Houston

Fun for kids; loud, cold, and expensive for parents.

El Paso Museum of Archaeology

Attractive museum with displays about the cliff dwellings of native people in the area.

Wyler Aerial Tramway, El Paso

Horrible tramway where you wait in the sun for half an hour to be taken up to an area where signs warn that the electromagnetic fields are unsafe for humans.

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