All people are welcome at the Lubbock Nativity. Below please find information on how to ensure your visit is a safe and enjoyable one.
For more information about the Nativity, feel free to contact the Public Affairs Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The Lubbock Nativity is completely free and open to the public. There are free public parking lots on the south, west, and east sides of the building.
The many exhibits arranged throughout the building are staffed by hosts who can answer any questions you have, but visitors are free to move through the exhibits unaccompanied and at their own pace. You will not be asked for donations of any kind, and there is nothing for sale anywhere on the grounds.
The Live Nativity occurs outside on the grounds, so visitors should wear seasonally appropriate clothing if they plan to watch the Live Nativity.
A map of the building showing the locations of the various exhibits: Click to enlarge.
The Lubbock Nativity will take place at the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints meetinghouse located at
7014 Frankford Ave.
Lubbock, TX 79424
The Lubbock Nativity is dedicated to ensuring that all people have equal access to the event. If you or someone you know requires special accommodations, please don’t hesitate to contact our Special Accommodations Coordinator at email@example.com. We are happy to make arrangements to accommodate individuals and groups in any way we can including the following:
- Foreign language tours
- Private tours for large groups
- Private tours for people with limited mobility
Posters and fliers in English and Spanish are available for download here..