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Littlefield, Texas: Waylon Jennings Museum and Liquor Store

The late country music star Waylon Jennings is remembered in his hometown -- in his younger brother's liquor store. Rare relics include the coat Waylon wore when he played with fellow dead superstar Buddy Holly.

Waymore's Package Store

901 Hall Ave., Littlefield, TX
At Waymore's Package Store. Take US 84 to Littlefield, then exit onto Hwy 430/Delano St. Drive to the intersection of Route 54 and turn west. Drive a quarter-mile on Route 54 and turn left (south) onto US 385/Hall Ave. Waymore's will be on the right, in an old service station.
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Waylon Jennings Museum and Liquor Store

We met James and got a personal tour of the museum room, with a lot of stories -- not just of Waylon Jennings, but Johnny Cash and Elvis, to name a few. He does also sell some T-shirts.

[hotrodkitten28, 10/26/2022]

Waylon Jennings Museum.

Waylon Jennings Museum and Liquor Store

James still runs the Waymore's store and has some wonderful family photos and great stories to share. The store is an old gas station and a back room is filled with memorabilia. Worth seeing if you are in the area

[Clark W, 10/08/2020]

The Waylon Wall.

Waylon Jennings Museum and Drive-Thru Liquor Store

A must stop if you're in this part of the country. I went there yesterday and James, the owner, was working. He also happens to be Waylon's little brother. I was there for at least an hour chatting with him. His tales of Waylon, Willie, Buddy Holly, Paul Newman, etc made my day. I won't forget James anytime soon. He's definitely proud of his brother and happy to explain photos and tell stories.

[Vagabond Betty, 10/19/2016]

Nice to pay your respects at The Waylon Wall.

Waylon Jennings Museum and Drive-Thru Liquor Store

Waylon Jennings was an old-time rocker who later went on to pioneer "outlaw" country music. He lived a substance-fueled life, so it's fitting that his home town museum is in a liquor store. Actually, "museum" is an exaggeration -- it's just a converted storeroom in an old gas station run by his devoted younger brother, James, who turned the place into a drive-thru package store a couple of years after Waylon died in 2002.

Waylon's gold records and first guitar are now displayed among bottles of beer and booze, and James will sometimes drive fans around in his pickup truck to the Waylon-centric parts of town.

[ Team, 12/16/2009]

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