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
Awesome. Right beside I-40. Exit 60 and take the service road on the south side of the interstate. Bring a can of spray paint if you want to unleash your creative side.[AirstreamAcrossAmerica.com, 06/18/2010]
Cadillacs are getting even more heavily damaged, and not all pink anymore. The signs you speak of aren't there anymore. A lot of empty cans...at least if you are going to graffiti them, use the supplied dumpster instead of tossing the cans into the plowed field.[James S., 10/01/2007]
There are NO signs of any kind. No signs along the way, so if you don't know and aren't looking for it you will miss it. There are also NO signs at the "installation" itself.[JaxAmerican, 08/31/2007]
An alternate viewpoint from the recently visited Caddy Ranch![Tony Hume, 06/04/2006]
This was so exciting to me, I have been wanting to visit the Cadillac Ranch since I was a kid. It was what I had expected, though I thought that they were more visable from the road. If you are not looking carefully, you will drive right on past them. There are signs posted that explain the history behind the cars, the artist, and the people whose property they are on. So it is an art history lesson in a roadside stop!![Naomi Perry, 07/18/2004]
- 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.
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- Major Fun