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  • Attractions

    »Claydesta Atrium

    This six story atrium will leave you wondering if you are in the tropics of Western Texas. The Claydesta Atrium is filled with plants, streams, waterfalls, fish and birds. This beautiful building is the perfect spot for any special occasion, as many weddings are held in this scenic indoor area. In addition, the atrium also has a skylight to add that final touch to your special day.

    6 Desta Drive
    Midland, TX 79705

    »Sibley Learning Center

    The 5,200 square foot building that houses the Sibley Learning Center contains four major rooms. The Llano Estacado Room features displays and activities regarding the eight major habitats of the region. The 70 seat auditorium is host to several groups per year. A natural history library, the Midland Archaeological Society

    1307 East Wadley
    Midland, Texas 79705

    »George W. Bush Childhood Home

    Whether you love 'em or hate 'em, you have to admit that the Bush presidencies changed the course of the nation and of the world. This house was home to the Bush family during the formative years of George W. Bush's life. Although altered since the Bush family moved out, the home has been restored to its original 1950s style. Many artifacts from the era have been placed around the home to show visitors exactly what a home from the 1950s was like. Visitor information is located in houses adjacent to the site so the entire home can be historically restored. Two presidents and two governors lived in the house, and one has to wonder whether there was something in the water.

    1412 W. Ohio Avenue
    Midland, TX 79701

    »Turner Mansion

    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Turner Mansion includes such features as hand-painted tiles, Italian marble fireplaces, and carved wooden friezes.

    1705 West Missouri
    Midland, Texas 79701

    »Dennis the Menace Park

    The kids will love Dennis the Menace Park, as there is plenty to keep them busy in this three-acre park full of colorful playhouses and slides. This park was inspired in part by the Dennis the Menace Park in Monterey, California.

    2201 W. Indiana Avenue
    Midland, TX 79701

    »Haley Memorial Library and History Center

    Unlike any other library, the Haley Memorial Library and History Center is truly a mecca for historians and writers interested in the West. This research facility contains volumes found nowhere else detailing life in the West for early settlers. A number of different authors and historians have used the research center to add detailed and accurate information to stories or accounts. So even if you aren't planning on writing a novel anytime soon, you should still stop in to learn a little something about the history of the west that helped to shape the psyche of the United States.

    1805 West Indiana Avenue
    Midland, TX 79701

    »Petroleum Building

    This 12-story office building, designed by Wyall Hedrick, is a dedicated Texas historical landmark.

    214 West Texas
    Midland, Texas 79701

    »Centennial Plaza

    Located in near the Midland Center, the Centennial Plaza is a great place in the heart of Midland. This little spot is a great place to sit and enjoy the city. The courtyard contains numerous trees, a waterwall and a fountain. Also home to performances, Centennial Plaza contains a amphitheater with seating for 300.

    105 N. Main Street
    Midland, TX 79701

    »Midland County Public Library

    A full-service public library, the Midland County Public Library carries an extensive collection of books and research materials including topographic maps and regional petroleum history. 21 adult public access computers and four juvenile computers are on hand. The Centennial Branch can be found in the Imperial Shopping Center at 3211 West Wadley.

    301 West Missouri
    Midland, Texas 79701

    »Brown-Dorsey Medallion Home

    The oldest home in Midland is the claim to fame of the Brown-Dorsey Medallion home, just beating out the Scarborough-Linebery House which is the second-oldest. Get a glimpse into the life of a west Texan before the turn of 20th century. Period furnishings and artifacts are on display - take particular note of the art glass window. Tours are available by appointment only.

    213 N. Weatherford Street
    Midland, TX 79701

    »Scarborough-Linebery House

    The second-oldest home in Midland, the Scarborough-Linebery House is a perfect example of Ranch style architecture. This home belonged to the same family for 90 years before it was donated to the City of Midland. It is available for guided tours and private functions by appointment only.

    802 South Main Street
    Midland, Texas 79701

    »The Petroleum Museum

    For those of you interested in the petroleum industry, the Petroleum Museum is the place to visit when in Midland. This is the premiere museum of its kind and traces the history of the men and women who first helped to make the industry such a success. The facility houses murals and dioramas, and a special section on the relationship between transportation and petroleum and includes a real racecar. Every other year, the museum inducts members into its hall of fame, the likes of which include George H.W. Bush. With a gift store and summer camps for kids, there is always something to learn or see at the Petroleum Museum.

    1500 Interstate 20 West
    Midland, TX 79701
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