Revision as of 05:13, 18 December 2008
Panhandle is a city in the High Plains of the Texas Panhandle.
Panhandle sits on Highway 60 between Amarillo and Pampa. Farm Road 207 connects the city with Borger to the north, and Conway and Claude to the south.
- Carson County Square House Museum, 5th and Elsie (Hwy 207), 806-537-3524. This 14-building complex houses many artifacts from the pioneer days, particularly focusing on the history of the railroad in the area, for which Panhandle was an important stop. A number of macro-artifacts include a preserved pioneer dugout house and an early railroad car. The original square house dates from 1880.
- Tony's Mexican & Tex-Mex Cuisine, Highway 60, 806 537 3406.
- Texas Hotel, 117 E Broadway, 806 537 3372.