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This chic boutique in Amarillo will help you make your house a home. Find cozy and stylish furnishings from haute couture sofas to gorgeous lamps, throw pillows, accent pieces and more. Gray is Grey isn't just for the savvy home decorator either, the shop also carries an assortment of gifts for men and women like healing lavender salve, candles, jewelry, agate bookends, graphite figurines, stationary and other curios. Find charming keepsakes for friends and family that they'll truly cherish and maybe even pick up something for yourself!
American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum is dedicated to the quarter horse, a breed smaller than average that can run short distances faster than any other horse. The AQHA offers memberships for those interested in owning their own quarter horse or entering it in competitions. Equestrian classes, seminars and training courses are available at the AQHA. Popular events such as racing and horse sales are held regularly.
This modern antique shop is a far cry from the dusty, crowded antique shops you're probably used to. Carefully curated, this massive 20,000 square foot shop features the best of the best from over 100 different dealers. The Nat as locals call it, is short for the Natatorium and was originally opened in 1922 as a swimming center. Since then, The Nat has undergone various renovations, been a dance hall, a supper club, ballroom and closed in the 60's. Today, The Nat has once again been remained and now serves as a marketplace for antique dealers, craftsmen and such. Find gorgeous handcrafted items along with lovely antique furniture and accessories.
This eclectic Amarillo art gallery features pieces from renowned artists Sharon and Doug Quarles, Lincoln Fox and many more. The gallery's overall theme leans towards Americana with paintings, sculptures, photographs and other mediums revolving around Route 66. Find gorgeous paintings of the canyons and scenery found along this route, like Cadillac Ranch, the Wigwam Hotel, the Blue Whale Swimming Hole and many more.
Feel a sense of nostalgia as you step back in time at this unique museum. Displaying various RV's from decades past, the Jack Sisemore Traveland RV Museum is owned and operated by the Sisemore family who've collected and restored these beloved homes on wheels for years. See how the evolution of RV's progressed as you take a tour of vehicles from the 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, and 70s. The museum is free to the public, making it a budget friendly activity for the whole family.
This larger than life museum in Amarillo is dedicated to the men and women of aviation service of Texas. Recognizing the importance of the early years of aviation and the role it played in shaping the history of the United States, the Texas Air & Space Museum features exhibits that educate visitors on aviation's role in both WW I and II, the Vietnam War, Korean War, Cold War and Desert Storm. Exhibits include photographs, detailed accounts and pilot biographies. Perhaps the best part of all is the various aircraft's on display. Get up close and personal with a DC-3, C-7A Caribou, P-51D Mustang and many more.