Amarillo, Texas: Cadillac RanchIs it just a line of ten junker Cadillacs buried nose-down in a dusty farm field -- or is it art?
Visitor Tips and News About Cadillac Ranch
I have wanted to visit this for years and I finally did. It was so much fun making some legal graffiti. Other reviewers had talked about how much trash there was, and there was some, but it wasn't as bad as I thought. It was, however, FREEZING cold, and so windy -- but that didn't stop us from leaving our mark. I already want to go back and do it again! Don't forget to buy your paint to take with you. We got ours at the Home Depot just up the road.[Jenny, 02/20/2015]
Cleaner than expected! Wonderful piece of Americana.[Judy, 01/02/2015]
This piece is excellent in person! So much fun to look at the layers of images and messages people have tagged. All positive too![Jenn, 12/16/2014]
I liked what someone did with the used paint cans.[Joyce D, 11/06/2014]
All we are saying, is Give Our Cadillac Ranch Spray Paint Art a Chance. (impromptu spray can display was temporary -- Joyce's pic is dated Jan. 2012)
It had rained all night before the day we visited. Walked through nearly ankle deep mud to reach the cars. Couldn't get close enough to touch them without needing a life jacket. Thousands of discarded spray paint cans laying all over the ground. Wish people would be more respectful and take their trash with them.[Vicki Stevison, 09/03/2014]
- I-40, Amarillo, TX
- Just west of the Amarillo city line. I-40 exit 60. Drive south to the frontage road (old Route 66), then turn left. Drive east one mile. Cadillac Ranch will be on the right (south) side; just park your car along the shoulder and enter the pasture through an unlocked gate. Visitors are encouraged; dog friendly.
- Daylight hours.
- RA Rates:
- The Best