The museum honors the man known as the King of Western Swing, who was reared on a farm just north of the town. It includes memorabilia of the Texas Playboys and of Wills' career. Open 9–11:30 a.m. and 1–5 p.m. Mon.–Fri. Sixth and Lyles streets. 806/423-1253 or 806/423-1033
Built in 1927, it has remained in continuous operation and is listed with the state and national historic registries. The hotel is run as a bed-and-breakfast today, but it still retains its 1927 decor in the 15 rooms. Third and Alexander streets. 806/423-1151 or 800/657-7110
602 Lyles. 806/423-1033. www.turkeytexas.net.
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