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
We stopped during a snow storm! Freezing cold but still worth a stop![Lisa, 12/21/2013]
I'd wanted to go to Cadillac Ranch for a long time, and when I finally did I stayed there five hours on a beautiful sunny day, taking pictures. Definitely a place to see. In November I was alone there and it's even better to feel the place! It's just magic, those Cadillacs just standing like that with all the graffiti, just amazing! Can't wait to go back again.[pat, 09/14/2013]
Sad to see all the discarded spray cans and garbage, but Cadillac Ranch is still a cool, free attraction.[Nicole, 07/11/2013]
Spray cans litter the ground around the half-buried Cadillacs. Off the exit, go as if you're getting back on I-40, but don't merge on, stay straight (we went way down the far dirt road and got annoyed...). Beautiful in midday, and would be lovely at sunset![Sara McCobb Hubbell and Travis Prino, 12/21/2011]
At the Cadillac Ranch, a large graft of spray paint has been cut from a tire. A buncha punk kids were stealing years of paint that had built up. No worries, it will grow back.[Darren Collins, 08/13/2011]
- 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:
- Major Fun