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If your a music lover or not, the West Texas Walk of Fame is a really nice place to see who's made it on the wall. The area is well cared for and maintained with great lighting in the evenings. Come and see this place....更多
During his life and for decades after, Buddy was a prophet w/o honor in his home town: conservative Lubbock disapproved of him hanging out with those "colored folks." The statue, now relocated, is across the street from the Buddy Holly Museum, excellent and with unique...更多
Very nice park and statue honoring Lubbock's native son. We visited during the day and saw it had numerous spotlights so we came back after dark. Stunning!
The statue of Buddy Holly is realistic. The wall of fame was very interesting! Some names, i.e. Dan Blocker, surprised us and other names we had never heard of! The grounds were very well maintained. It's easy to stroll across the street to the museum,...更多
Many would recognize Buddy and his guitar, with signature glasses, but how many other names would you or your traveling companions recognize? For the middle school and high school orchestras that we brought to this special place, most kids recognized 1 - 5 names outside...更多
This is a nice statue to see and since you are right across the street you might as well go and see it but there isn't much to it. we did walk around and I suppose you could say it was a good finish after...更多
Music lives on. Many featured performers from the past 75 years. Around the Buddy Holly statue are plaques honouring performers who came out of West Texas. Many of them will surprise you.