Special Events, Birthdays, and Wedding Venue

There’s nothing like these West Texas skies, and nobody knows it better than us. Our event space was initially created to house a family member’s wedding. We decided to design our own wedding venue so we could incorporate the exact details we desired. Something very important to us was versatility. We wanted a space that could be decorated and transformed to fit any event perfectly. The open floorplan was another feature we wanted to have in a wedding venue so that we could comfortably host a DJ, set out tables and chairs, and still have room for anyone who wanted to dance.

About The Barn of Amarillo



Locally Owned Family Business

We are a family owned and operated event center located in east Amarillo, several miles from the Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport. We take pride in doing business as a family and strive to treat each of our clients as we would our own friends.


Whether it’s friends and family coming from out of town for a wedding or old peers traveling from all over for a class reunion, we want your experience to be wonderfully memorable! Read up on what the area has to offer so that you can make well-educated suggestions on where to eat, sleep, and play.

The Area

We are located outside the city, several miles east of Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport on U.S. Route 66 and near Highland Park High School. The area surrounding our event space features a vast landscape that easily captures the beauty of the Texas Panhandle.

Hosting guests from out of town? Be sure to recommend some nearby spots for them to rest their heads, fill their bellies, and explore the Amarillo area.


La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Amarillo Airport – 9305 E Interstate 40 Hwy, Amarillo, TX 79118

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Amarillo Airport – 1740 Airport Blvd, Amarillo, TX 79118

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Amarillo East, an IHG Hotel – 9401 I-40, Amarillo, TX 79118

Super 8 by Wyndham Amarillo East – 8701 I-40, Amarillo, TX 79118

Hampton Inn & Suites Amarillo East – 7777 I-40, Amarillo, TX 79118

Big Texan Motel – 7701 Interstate 40 Access Rd, Amarillo, TX 79118

Big Texan RV Ranch – 1414 Sunrise Dr, Amarillo, TX 79104

AOK Camper Park – 901 TX-228 Spur, Amarillo, TX 79111

Amarillo KOA Journey – 1100 Folsom Rd, Amarillo, TX 79108

Overnite RV Park – 900 S Lakeside Dr, Amarillo, TX 79118


Cecils Last Chance Bar & Grill – 12800 S U.S, US-287, Amarillo, TX 79118

The Big Texan Steak Ranch & Brewery – 7701 I-40 East, Amarillo, TX 79118

Jerry’s Cafe – 1601 S Grand St, Amarillo, TX 79104

Henk’s Bar-B-Que – 1508 S Grand St, Amarillo, TX 79104

Coyote Bluff Cafe – 2417 S Grand St, Amarillo, TX 79103

Whataburger – 3620 E Interstate 40 Hwy, Amarillo, TX 79103

Texas Chicken Bowl – 3011 E Amarillo Blvd, Amarillo, TX 79107

Dona Juanita’s – 2208 E Amarillo Blvd, Amarillo, TX 79107

Mimi’s Restaurant – 1400 Ross St, Amarillo, TX 79102

Thai Town Restaurant – 1300 Ross St, Amarillo, TX 79102


Route 66 Motor Speedway – 4101 TX-335 Loop, Amarillo, TX 79118

Texas Air & Space Museum – 10001 American Dr, Amarillo, TX 79111

Azteca Music Hall Venue – 500 FM1912, Amarillo, TX 79108

Amarillo Railroad Museum, Inc. – 3160 I Ave, Amarillo, TX 79111

Amarillo Tri-State Exposition/Tri-State Fair & Rodeo – 3301 SE 10th Ave, Amarillo, TX 79104

Starlight Ranch Event Center – 1415 Sunrise Dr #4300, Amarillo, TX 79104

Hodgetown Stadium – 715 S Buchanan St, Amarillo, TX 79101

Tascosa Drive In – 1999 Dumas Dr, Amarillo, TX 79107

Amarillo Zoo – 700 Comanchero Trail, Amarillo, TX 79107

Wonderland Amusement Park – 2601 Dumas Dr, Amarillo, TX 79107


Amarillo is the biggest city in the Texas Panhandle and the 14th most populous city in its state. The town lies in the central region of the panhandle and is known for its proximity to Palo Duro Canyon State Park, the second-largest canyon in the United States.

There are several fascinating museums in the area dedicated to various features and historical objects of the Texas Panhandle. These include the American Quarter Horse Association, the world’s largest breed registry, the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, and the Amarillo Museum of Art.

As a hub for the oil and gas industry and a major agricultural center, the city is home to the headquarters of several major production companies, including Tyson Foods and Cattle Feeders. The town also has a strong sense of community and is notable for its friendly residents and fairly laid-back way of life.