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Bayer Museum of Agriculture, Lubbock

(4.3/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • There are all sorts of displays about agriculture on the Southern Plains. The museum is mostly housed in two large silos. The event space is large and worked really well.  more »
  • After viewing the windmill museum, drove right up the road to the Agriculture museum and saw many old tractors beside the road which was enough for me and didn't go into the museum.  more »
  • Toured the museum and learned about cotton. The tractor museum was really neat. Many old models and equipment to view.  more »
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  • We took our 4-year-old there and he had a great time. Huge tractor collection indoors, and exhibits about cotton. There's a neat harvester simulator too. One potential issue for kid visitors- many things that should be behind glass are not, so you must look out if your little one tends to grab things.
  • It's a very fun place to learn the agriculture cultures in West Texas. Kids love this place.
  • I never knew this place existed until recently. This is a awesome place to see the history of agriculture. Going there again definitely!
  • Very clean, nice, and informative
  • Don't check out the American Museum of Agriculture... they purchased a pair of mules and euthanized them to create a display on agriculture. What a waste, let the mules do their job and teach people in real life what American agriculture is...