Join us for a book signing event Texas Natural History in the 21th Century by David J. Schmidly, Robert D. Bradley and Lisa C. Bradley on September 13, 2022, 7–9pm
Join us for an art talk about current exhibition CRISSCROSS: Bill Lagattuta and Collaborative Printmaking! More information here.
School's out for summer and the Moody Planetarium is open! Check the schedule of shows here.
Tiny and Mighty Creatures exhibtion is now open!
Open Studio 2022 dates have been set! Each event will be 1–4 pm
- September 3
- October 1
- November 5
El Dia de los Muertos is October 23, 2022, 1–4 pm
Dino Day is November 13, 2022, 1–4 pm
Holiday at the Museum is December 3, 2022, 2–4 pm
Construction continues on the Dr. Robert Neff and Louise Willson Arnold Wing! This
means there are changes to traffic flow and parking. Refer to this map for these changes.
Rhino among animals excavated at Lubbock Lake Landmark for preservation within Texas Tech Museum. More »
Lubbock Lake Landmark, and Nastural Science Research Laboratory (NSRL) divisions of the Museum, perform dig on animals buried for research. More »
KCBD News segment for Tug-of-War sculpture. More »
Art talk scheduled for Tug-of-War sculpture now on display at Museum. More »
Museum of Texas Tech University announces addition of Dr. Robert Neff and Louise Willson Arnold Wing. More »
Jennifer Girón, Ph.D., Acting Manager of the Invertebrate Zoology Collection and Research Associate at the Museum Publishes Research. More »
MUSEUM OF TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY TO RESUME REGULAR VISITING HOURS. More »
5 FASCINATING UNIVERSITY MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES TO VISIT IN TEXAS. More »
Lubbock Boot Maker Curator Dr. Jill Hoffman discusses new exhibition. More »
Lubbock Boot Makers opens at the Museum of Texas Tech University. More »
MUSEUM OF TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY REOPENS TO THE PUBLIC THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22
LUBBOCK LAKE LANDMARK TO REOPEN THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15. More »
Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock Lake Landmark announce reopening dates. More »
Cotton and Thrift takes top book prize at TAM. More »
Aaron David Pan as the next Executive Director. More »
Quilt Stories from the Museum of Texas Tech University: Little Women Appliqué Quilt. More »
Director and Founder of the AP/RC receives awards. More »
Title One school field trip funding assistance. More »More »