Currently on Exhibit

From Enormous to Tiny: Ice Age Animals of the Southern High Plains (Now through October 2019)

Imagine a landscape where the American Lion stalks its prey while Columbian Mammoth and Yesterday’s Camel graze nearby. That was the grasslands at the Lubbock Lake Landmark 12,000 years ago.

Our newest exhibit, From Enormous to Tiny: Ice Age Animals of the Southern High Plains, showcases the abundant life on the prairie when glaciers covered much of the northern United States. We’ve employed the latest, cutting-edge 3D printing technology to replicate skulls, shells, and rare animal bones for you to investigate during your visit.

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Online Exhibits

Engaging Folsom Hunter-Gatherers with 3D Technology

If you missed visiting our most recent exhibit, see it online in our new Engaging Folsom Hunter-Gatherers Virtual Exhibit. This exhibit explores the technology of Folsom Hunter-Gatherers through modern 3D modeling technology.

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Long-term Exhibits

Over 80 years of research at the Landmark have revealed thousands of years of human occupation in this meander of the Yellowhouse Draw. Our long-term exhibits examine the tools and methods of the investigators as well as the fascinating history that they have uncovered.

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