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Museums in Amarillo, TX

Find museums in Amarillo, TX. Listings include American Quarter Horse Foundation - Hall of Fame & Museum, American Quarter Horse Youth Association, American Quarter Horse Store, Don Harrington Discovery Center, Cadillac Ranch and Amarillo Museum of Art. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 10/24/18
    The American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum’s annual Youth Art Show is an opportunity for young artists to create artwork featuring the American Quarter Horse, compete to win cash prizes and ha...
    > American Quarter Horse Foundation - Hall of F
  • 10/22/18
    The American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum’s annual Youth Art Show is an opportunity for young artists to create artwork featuring the American Quarter Horse, compete to win cash prizes and ha...
    > American Quarter Horse Foundation - Hall of F
  • 10/16/18
    Don’t forget to apply for one of the many American Quarter Horse Foundation Scholarships! From involvement with Quarter Horses, 4-H, FFA or Racing, there is a Foundation Scholarship for you! For y...
    > American Quarter Horse Foundation - Hall of F
  • 10/16/18
    Apply today for a new Foundation leadership and development program designed for young adults ages 19-34! #aqhlead #aqhfoundation
    > American Quarter Horse Foundation - Hall of F
  • 10/11/18
    “All horses that are bred to run don’t run. But those that run are bred to run,” said Sonny Vaughn of Refrigerator. Bred by Vaughn, Refrigerator was out of Native Parr and by Rare Jet, a full ...
    > American Quarter Horse Foundation - Hall of F
  • 10/10/18
    This is the last week to view Icons & Symbols of the Borderland. See this collection of 100+ works of art before it closes on Sunday. #admissionisalwaysfree http://www.amarilloart.org/united-statesme...
    > Amarillo Museum of Art
  • 10/09/18
    After focusing on cutting horses like American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame member Peppy San and Peponita for many years, American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame breeder Carol Rose wanted to move in a new d...
    > American Quarter Horse Foundation - Hall of F
  • 10/08/18
    ☔️ It rained. It poured. 🌧 And now the kids are bored. 😅 Come see us; we’re open until 4:30 today!
    > Don Harrington Discovery Center
  • 10/08/18
    Freckles Playboy’s first foal crop hit the ground in 1978, and it was soon clear that he wasn’t just a stallion; he was a sire. Terry Riddle started the sorrel colt and trained him for breeder an...
    > American Quarter Horse Foundation - Hall of F
  • 10/06/18
    Corona Chick was one of the greatest racing distaffers and broodmares to ever rule the track. Owned since 2001 by Julianna Hawn Holt of Texas, Corona Chick was bred by Robert D. “Strawberry Bob” ...
    > American Quarter Horse Foundation - Hall of F
  • 10/05/18
    In the spirit of exploration, come and explore our newest traveling exhibit RESCUE on Monday, Columbus Day! We'll be open from 9:30 am-4:30 pm. We're pretty sure that Christopher Columbus would appr...
    > Don Harrington Discovery Center
  • 10/05/18
    Mr Conclusion was foaled April 1, 1982, the vision of longtime breeders James Evans and Mark Toteff of Michigan, who matched halter sire Conclusive with Miss Amber Charge by Otoe Charge. It was a cros...
    > American Quarter Horse Foundation - Hall of F