The Buddy Holly Center has some nice exhibits, lots of reading, most that is difficult to read either because of the lighting which is low to preserve the artifacts or in the wrong location to actually be read. The cases are low so you find yourself stooping around to get a look at items or trying to read. The main boards are high so you strain you neck reading. Music is played over speakers, but there are no music stations where you can listen to the music one by one that you might want to hear. One computer has an interactive display that is all reading. There is a short movie that shows clips of his singing and tells about his life. The theater is small and with the air conditioner running it is difficult to hear. No photography is permitted in the building. There are two art galleries inside that have nothing to do with Buddy Holly, but were nice to see.
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