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CAF Airpower Museum
The CAF Airpower Museum is dedicated to preserving the complete history of World War II military aviation and the memory of the men and women who built, serviced and flew the historic military aircraft of World War II.
Recognized for its collection of authentic World War II artifacts and memorabilia, the museum houses 40,000 square feet of permanent exhibits that detail the story of World War II airpower. From the rise of German and Japanese militarism before World War II to the introduction of the atomic age, the AAHM provides interactive exhibits that illustrate aviation concepts and events from every theater of the war. The museum also features the World's Largest Collection of original World War II Nose Art. Considered a rare collection of American folk art, the collection reflects the hears of young men at war and inspires generations to come.
9600 Wright Dr.
Arts Assembly of Midland
Visual and performing arts are coordinated and promoted in the community through this organization. Among their activities, they work with various cultural organizations and artists as sponsor of the annual month-long Celebration of the Arts Festival in downtown Midland. Visit our website for more information.
P.O. Box 3494 (79702)
401 W. Texas, Suite 508
(432) 687-1149; Fax (432) 687-1600
Brown Dorsey Medallion Home
Built in 1899, this beautiful old home is the oldest in Midland. It has been restored and contains furnishings from the late 1800s. Maintained by the Midland Historical Society, tours are available by appointment.
231 N Weatherford St
George W. Bush Childhood Home
Listed on the National Registry of Historic Sites and restored to the 1951-1955 period when the Bush family lived in the home, this home is truly a unique landmark in the history of Midland and of the country. Our mission is to express and interpret the history of one of America’s great families by telling the story of the Bush Family and the childhood of George W. Bush in Midland, Texas, and celebrating the lives of two presidents, two governors, and two first ladies. Come tour this unique landmark and be a part of history. You’ll see a 1950s restoration with period furnishings, learn a little more about Midland in the 1950s and a great deal more about the Bush family and their impact on Midland and the country. You can also visit our gift shop for interesting souvenirs, gifts, books and clothing.
Tours and gift shop open 10 a.m. -5 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays and 2 p.m. -5 p.m. on Sundays. Admission charged.
Located at Midland College in the Allison Fine Arts Building, the gallery features a variety of exhibits.
3600 N Garfield St
Midland Rockhounds Professional Baseball
Home of the Oakland Athletics AA team.
5514 Champions Drive
(432) 520-BALL (2255)
Fax: (432) 520-TEAM (8326)
Host to a variety of events all year.
105 N Main St
Midland Chamber of Commerce
The Midland Chamber provides vision and leadership to strengthen and enhance the quality of life for businesses and individuals in the community.
109 N Main St
(Convention & Visitors Bureau)
Midland Community Theatre
This community theatre has a season of eight plays, including children's plays and the Summer Mummers
, plus theatre school and dance classes.
2000 W Wadley
Midland-Odessa Symphony & Chorale
The largest in West Texas, the orchestra was formed in 1962. The symphony, chorale and its ensembles perform more than 50 concerts each season.
3100 LaForce Blvd
Museum of the Southwest
Works by classical and Southwestern artists are shown in the historic Turner Mansion. A variety of subjects are presented in a range of contemporary exhibits. Lectures and workshops are available to enhance the exhibits.
Fredda Turner Durham Children's Museum
Filled with natural light and a fun-filled atmosphere, the museum includes three exhibition areas designed to encourage a hands-on approach to learning about art.
Marian Blakemore Planetarium
Stargazers and schools and other groups have the opportunity to learn about the universe. Stargazing is also available at the adjoining park. Call for information about public shows.
1705 W Missouri Ave
Visitors are taken back 230 million years as they learn about the process to create, trap, and find oil. Life-size murals, ancient artifacts and colorful memorabilia are combined to create fascinating displays. The museum also pays tribute to individuals who helped make the Permian Basin one of the world's premier oil and gas provinces.
1500 Interstate 20 West
A variety of live performances, including Summer Mummers, are held in this fully restored 1929 theater throughout the year. This historic theatre features ornate Assyrian style architecture.
208 N Colorado St
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