Explore The Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas

TEXAS - The Cadillac Ranch is a fun and quirky roadside attraction in Amarillo, Texas. It's a public art installation that features ten Cadillacs buried in the ground, arranged in an aesthetically pleasing manner.

Explore The Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas
Photo: The Cadillac Ranch


What is The Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo?


The Cadillac Ranch was created by an art group called The Ant Farm, based out of San Francisco.  It was meant to be a fun interactive installation for people to enjoy.

The Cadillac Ranch has been featured in numerous newspapers and television shows. It is also one of the most famous roadside attractions along Route 66. If you're planning a trip to the area, you should stop by for a visit.

Cadillac Ranch is located on Interstate 40, west of Amarillo, Texas. It's easy to get there by using GPS. You can also download the Cadillac Ranch map for offline use.

Cadillac Ranch is open 24 hours daily, and you don't have to pay for access. The ranch also offers spray painting services. If you don't have spray paint, you can buy half-used cans at the site. It's a great place for kids to express themselves.

You can also write messages on the Cadillac Ranch's monument. The next visitor will erase these messages. If you're traveling with kids, they'll enjoy decorating the cars.

You can also purchase small souvenirs at the ranch. The Cadillac Ranch is a fun place to visit, and it's worth taking a quick stop along the I-40.