9 Things to Do in Wichita Falls, Texas

Ishwari Pamu Jul 15, 2019
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Also known as the “Factory City”, it’s the best place to experience the North Texas culture, art and history. It has an array of activities and attractions in store for its visitors. Here are a few things you can do in this city.

Lucy Park

It is the best place to visit if you want spend a day amidst nature in this part of the US.
You can try the numerous outdoor activities the park offers or just cop a squat somewhere on the extensive green spaces and have a little picnic.

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Kell House Museum

Visit the Kell House Museum to learn about the founding family of Wichita Falls who helped shape the town into what it is today.

Downtown Wichita Falls

Walk around downtown Wichita Falls to experience the food, culture and get to know the people of the town.
Drive-in to Bar L Drive Inn and enjoy an chilled beer in your car or try out their famous frosty beverage - Red Draw, because nobody makes it better than here in Wichita Falls. Try the popular steak on garlic sandwich at Deuce P2.

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The Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame & Museum

Educate yourself about the history of wrestling and learn about all the wresting greats, who have contributed in making the sport famous.

Museum of North Texas History

Learn about the history and heritage of North Texas. Don’t miss the Nat’s Hats and the WWII’s Battle of Iwo Jima exhibits.

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Wichita Falls’ Art Museums

If you’re interested in art galleries and museums, this town has plenty of them.

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The Kemp Center for the Arts, The Juanita Harvey Art Gallery at MSU, Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU and the Wichita Falls Railroad Museum are the best ones in the town.

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Castaway Cove Waterpark

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With a lot of fun interactive water activities, this waterpark is the place to be when the temperature rises in Wichita falls. If you’re a daredevil, try out the Pirate's Plunge and the Storm Watch Tower.

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World’s Littlest Skyscraper

Visit the Newby-McMahon Building that stands only 40 feet and four storeys tall.

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It has a comical backstory and has stood it’s ground through a fire, tornadoes and years of neglect.

Alley Cat Vintage Mercantile

Does you heart race when you see a vintage cabinet or a rare vinyl or an old book?
This beautiful store has a fine collection of all things vintage. Go here to shop for antiques, rare books and most unusual stuff.